The vision statement of St. George Church states that "As Orthodox Christians, we are dedicated to the spiritual and temporal welfare of our parish. We provide spiritual and educational services aimed at enriching the life of each member. We assure the wellbeing and future growth and development of the parish through an effective administrative and institutional structure. As followers of Christ we are responsible for and accountable to one another. In imitation of Christ we reach out to and respond to the needs of the broader community". To help accomplish the lofty goals of our vision statement we rely on the ministry provided by several parish organizations. Our parish organizations respond to a wide range of needs in our parish and in the broader community. Our organizations take into consideration the diverse population we minister to and develop programs accordingly. All parishioners are encouraged to support and be involved in one or more of these special ministries.
Teen SOYO ministers to the young people of the parish who are in grades 7-12, and offers our teenagers an opportunity to serve the community through several religious, social and humanitarian programs.
The Jesus Orthodox Youth is a program designed for our third, fourth, fifth and sixth grade children who meet regularly throughout the year to build community among children ages 8 to 12 of the parish and bring them closer to Christ.
St. George Church School provides our children with a basic education in the Christian faith and in our Orthodox way of life.
The Young Adult Fellowship is group is made up of parishioners in their 20's and 30’s who meet for fellowship on a monthly basis.
The Adult Fellowship offers religious, educational, humanitarian and social programs that provide an opportunity for adult parishioners to be more involved in the life of the community.
The Antiochian Women of North America promotes religious, humanitarian and social programs that contribute to the life and growth of our parish.
Some of the ministries and charities in which St. George Church of Boston and its organizations participate.
The St. George Church Choir and Chanters lead the faithful in prayer through song. The Choir and Chanters follow the tradition of the Orthodox Church to sing acapella in both traditional byzantine, neo-byzantine, and Russian melodies.
HOPE is a program for all children from Kindergarten to 2nd grade. This program aims to help develop and build the community among the children of our parish from ages 5 to 8 years old. Hope meets regularly throughout the year to teach our faith, build community, and bring our children closer to Christ.