LIVING CHIVALRY FOR TODAY'S WORLD
The International Knightly Order of St George promotes and pursues the timeless traditions of chivalry by compassion and supporting works of charity. The Order focuses on supporting charities that work with current and former service personnel, and with Christian communities suffering religious persecution.
Saint George is the patron saint both of soldiers and of many countries and communities around the world, particularly in the Middle East. True to this heritage, we focus our work on supporting vulnerable communities in the Middle East and Africa, and in the welfare of NATO and Commonwealth armed forces personnel and veterans.
Delivering medical and humanitarian aid
Working with services charities
Supporting educational programmes
WHO WE ARE
The Order of St George is a worldwide confraternity of men and women who seek to support, in a modest way, the timeless social virtues of compassion, charity, faithfulness and courage – in a word, chivalry. We take our inspiration from the original Order of St. George established in 1326 in Hungary, which was the very first royal and military order of chivalry.
Today’s Officers, Knights, and Dames of St George uphold the virtues of chivalry and undertake to support our charitable and humanitarian mission around the world.
WHERE WE ARE
The Order of St. George welcomes members from around the world. We work through two Grand Priories – the Americas Grand Priory leads our activities in North America, the Caribbean, and Latin America, while the UK Grand Priory takes care of the United Kingdom, Europe, and the rest of the world..
14 July 2022, starting at 18.00 St Margaret’s Church Lothbury,London EC2R 7HH Full details to follow. Please add this date to your diary. Please let us know if you would like to attend and if you will be bringing any guests.
Photos of the Rochester Investiture are now available here and there is a write-up in the Investiture 2022 edition of Called to Order. Note the date - 7 May 2022 - as we return to Rochester, Cathedral, Kent for our next UK Investiture. Timings to be confirmed, but likely to be 10:30 for 11am...
Sixty volunteers, many from local medical schools, joined us in processing 104 pallets of mixed medical supplies destined to help relief efforts in Ukraine, The Templar Order (SMOTJ) and the Order of St. Lazarus joined the Order of St. George to accomplish this feat, in a powerful sign of...
It is with deep sadness and regret that we must announce that our beloved Grand Patron, HE Col. Dame Iris Karászy-Kulin MKN GCStG DCLJ CML, has passed away. Grand Magisterium Stuart Notholt says: "Dame Iris was a wonderful, caring, person and it was a privilege to know her. I will always remember...