St George The Great Martyr Catholic Church Birmingham, Alabama, USA

St George The Great Martyr Catholic Church, Birmingham, Alabama – Address, Contacts

St George The Great Martyr catholic Church is located in 425 16th Avenue South, Birmingham and belongs to the Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama 35205, United States of America (USA).

Street Address: 425 16th Avenue South
Birmingham, Alabama35205 unitrd states of america

Phone Number: (205) 252-5788

Email Address: stgeorge@bham.rr.com

Website: https://www.saintgeorgeonline.org/

Belongs to the  Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama

Google Map Coordinates 33.491876, -86.818076

St George The Great Martyr Catholic Church Birmingham Birmingham Mass Schedule

Wednesdays: 6 pm Evening Prayer


Saturdays: 5:00 pm Divine Liturgy


Sunday: 9:00 am Morning Prayers
               10:30 am Divine Liturgy

St George The Great Martyr Catholic Church Birmingham Parish Office Days and Hours

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Parish Confession Days and Time

Confessions: 30minutes before Services

St George The Great Martyr Catholic Church Birmingham Chapel Adoration Schedule

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Parish Short History

Over two thousand years ago the ancestors of Melkite Christians of Middle-Eastern origin, led by St. Peter, established Christianity in Antioch (Syria). According to the Acts of the Apostles (11:26), these disciples were first called Christians in Antioch. Parishioners of St. George Melkite Catholic Church, of Birmingham, Alabama are descendants of these Christians from Antioch.

Today, Antioch is no longer a great missionary city, but the spirit of Antioch lives on in St. George Church.
St. George is a parish of the Melkite Diocese of Newton, MA; a nationwide diocese of around 50 parishes, missions, and outreaches. They are the only Melkite Church of Antioch in Alabama.

St George The Great Martyr Church Birmingham, Alabama, USA


For nearly 100 years, St. George has had an integral presence in Birmingham, AL. They were the merchants and store owners who supplied the needs of the workers in the iron industry who made Birmingham the Magic City.


One of their former pastors, who became Archbishop Joseph Raya of Galilee, marched with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and participated in the civil rights movement here in Birmingham.


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