Welcome to St. Paul's!

COVID-19 Advisory

A limited number of households are permitted at each worship service where seating is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.  We track attendance for contact tracing purposes and ask that you wear a mask and follow safe distancing protocols.  In addition, our ushers will direct your seating.  For certain services during Holy Week, overflow seating will be provided in the Hellenic Center next door where the service will be live-streamed.  Please ask an usher if you have any questions.

For those unable to attend Sunday services, these are available by selecting play in the Live Stream section below. We encourage you to join these services. During this time, we can also light a candle for you or loved ones. And, please consider supporting your church during these difficult times through on-line donations

 

St. Paul's Greek Orthodox Church

St. Paul’s Greek Orthodox Church is the spiritual home for Orthodox Christians in greater Savannah.

We are a diverse vibrant community centered on the teachings of Christ and a unity of faith and love in Christ.

Our church is located on the corner West Anderson and Bull Streets in downtown Savannah just south of historic Forsyth Park. 

Sunday services begin with Orthros at 9:00 A.M. and Divine Liturgy at 10:00 A.M. 

Ample free parking is available.

Saint Paul
(Αγιος Παυλος)
Patron Saint of Our Parish

Come join us in worship and fellowship!

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Upcoming Calendar

16

May

Sunday

Sunday of the Myrrh-Bearing Women


Orthros & Divine Liturgy 9 am
Coffee Hour

21

May

Friday

Ss. Constantine & Helen
Orthros & Divine Liturgy 9am
Fast: fish, wine, & oil

23

May

Sunday

Sunday of the Paralytic
Orthros & Divine Liturgy 9 am
Coffee Hour

30

May

Sunday

Orthros & Divine Liturgy 9 am
No Coffee Hour

31

May

Monday

Memorial Day

Office Closed

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Virgin Martyr Glyceria at Heraclea
Virgin Martyr Glyceria at Heraclea

Saint Glyceria suffered as a martyr for her faith in Christ in the second century, during a persecution against Christians under the emperor Antoninus (138-161). She came from an illustrious family, and her father Macarius was a high-ranking Roman official. Later, the family moved to the Thracian…

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Martyr Laodicius the Keeper of the Prison

Saint Glyceria was tortured at Heraclea in Thrace during a persecution against Christians under the emperor Antoninus (138-161).The martyr was then thrown into prison onto sharp stones. She prayed incessantly, and at midnight an angel appeared in the prison and healed her of her wounds. When the…

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Righteous Virgin Glyceria of Novgorod

Righteous Virgin Glyceria of Novgorod, was the daughter of Panteleimon, a starosta of Legoscha Street in Novgorod. The saint died in the year 1522. Her incorrupt relics, according to the second Novgorod Chronicle, were uncovered on July 14, 1572 near the stone church of Saints Florus and Laurus.…

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Venerable Macarius, Archimandrite of Obruch
Venerable Macarius, Archimandrite of Obruch

The Relics of the Hieromartyr Macarius, Archimandrite of Kanev, were transferred on May 13, 1688 from Kanev to the city of Pereslavl because of the threat of enemy invasion. The main Feast commemorating Saint Macarius is on September 7.

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Martyr Alexander of Rome

The Holy Martyr Alexander suffered for Christ at the beginning of the fourth century. He was a soldier serving in the regiment of the tribune Tiberian at Rome. When he was eighteen, the Roman emperor Maximian Hercules (284-305) issued an edict that all citizens were to go to the temple of Jupiter…

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Saint Pausicacus, Bishop of Synnada

Saint Pausicacus, Bishop of Synnada, lived at the end of the sixth century in the Syrian city of Apamea. He had been raised in the Christian Faith by his pious parents, and he began to lead an ascetic life of prayer, vigil and fasting in his youth. The Lord gave him the gift of healing sicknesses…

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Saint George the Confessor, with his wife and children, of Constantinople

The Holy Confessor George suffered for the veneration of holy icons at Constantinople in the first half of the ninth century. The emperor Theophilus demanded that Saint George renounce the veneration of holy icons, but the brave confessor refused the order and told the impious emperor that in…

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Saint Irene, with her husband and children, of Constantinople

Saint Irene lived in Constantinople in the first half of the ninth century. When her husband Saint George was sent into exile because he venerated the holy icons, she and their children went with him.

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Saint Euthymius the New, Founder of the Ivḗron Monastery, and his fellow Georgian Saints of Mount Athos
Saint Euthymius the New, Founder of the Ivḗron Monastery, and his fellow Georgian Saints of Mount Athos

Our holy Father Euthymius was from the town of Tao in Georgia . He was the son of pious, noble and wealthy parents. When his father renounced the temporal and perishable splendor and glory of this world, preferring poverty in Christ which leads to heavenly riches, he donned the angelic schema of a…

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Monastic Martyr John of the Ivḗron Monastery on Mount Athos

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Monastic Martyr George of the Ivḗron Monastery on Mount Athos

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Monastic Martyr Gabriel of the Ivḗron Monastery on Mount Athos

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Martyrs killed by the Latins at the Ivḗron Monastery on Mount Athos
Martyrs killed by the Latins at the Ivḗron Monastery on Mount Athos

Georgian monks began to settle on Mt. Athos in the middle of the 10th century, and a Georgian monastery, Ivḗron, was founded there not long after. At that time foreign armies were constantly invading Mt. Athos. In the 13th century the Crusaders stormed through the region, and between 1259 and…

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Spiritual Home to Orthodox
Christians in Greater Savannah

Corner Anderson and Bull Streets
Savannah, GA 31401
Tel: (912)-236-8256    
Email: office@stpaulsgoc.org