On the Sunday closest to January 25, the Church commemorates the Synaxis of the Holy New Martyrs and Confessors of Russia, remembering all those Orthodox Christians who suffered for Christ at the hands of the godless Soviets during the years of persecution. These include the royal Passion Bearers…
St. Paul's is pleased to announce that beginning June 14th limited access to Sunday services will be provided. During this first phase of re-opening a limited number of households will be permitted at each worship service. Please pre-register for the service you wish to attend by calling the church office at 912-236-8256 or emailing us at email@example.com. Please remember to bring a face mask and to abide by the guidelines provided by the Metropolis of Atlanta.
For those unable to attend Sunday services, these are being made available for live streaming on our Facebook Channel. 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.
A nursery located in our Hellenic Center is available during Sunday services. A Fellowship Hour, also hosted in the Hellenic Center, always follows Sunday services.The Hellenic Center is located directly across from the church at 14 West Anderson Street.
Ample free parking is available.
Come join us in worship and fellowship!
+ Divine Liturgy 10:00 am *
+ Divine Liturgy 10:00 am *
No Fellowship Hour
Saint Xenia of Rome, in the world Eusebia, was the only daughter of an eminent Roman senator. From her youth she loved God, and wished to avoid the marriage arranged for her. She secretly left her parental home with two servants devoted to her, and set sail upon a ship. Through the Providence of…
Saint Gerasimus, Bishop of Great Perm and Ust’Vymsk, was the third bishop of the newly-enlightened Zyryani people, and he was a worthy successor to Saint Stephen, the Enlightener of Perm (April 26). He was elevated to the See of Perm sometime after 1416, and participated in many Church…
The Martyr John of Kazan suffered for Christ in the city of Kazan on January 24, 1529. During the reign of Great Prince Basil the Tatars swooped down upon Nizhni Novgorod. Many of the inhabitants were taken into captivity and brought to Kazan. Also among their number was the fearless John. When…
The Holy Martyrs Babylas of Sicily and his two disciples Timothy and Agapius lived during the third century on the outskirts of Rome. Saint Babylas was born in the city of Reupolium into a rich family, and he was raised by his parents in the Christian Faith. While still in his youth he abandoned…
Saint Macedonius, a Syrian hermit, lived during the end of the fourth century and the beginning of the fifth. When he first embarked upon the path of asceticism, he led the life of a wanderer, roaming through the cities of Phoenicia, Cilicia, and Syria. Afterward, he spent forty-five years in the…
The uncovering of the relics of Saint Anastasios of Persia (January 22) took place in 638, ten years after his martyrdom. There are three traditions regarding his relics. According to the first, which is also accepted by the English historian Saint Bede (May 27), the relics were transferred to…
Saint Dionysius of Olympus was born into a family of poor parents in the village of Platina. When he was an infant, the Cross shone over his crib. Fond of prayer and reading spiritual books from his youth, Saint Dionysius decided to become a monk after the death of his parents. With this aim he…
Saint Philotheus, the founder of the Philotheou Monastery on Mount Athos, lived toward the end of the tenth century.
Saint Xenia lived during the eighteenth century, but little is known of her life or of her family. She passed most of her life in Petersburg during the reigns of the empresses Elizabeth and Catherine II. Xenia Grigorievna Petrova was the wife of an army officer, Major Andrew Petrov. After the…
The Holy Martyrs and brothers according to the flesh Pausirius, Paul, and Theodotion lived in Egypt during the third century. Pausirius and Paul confessed their faith in Christ and suffered martyrdom under Diocletian (284-305). Theodotion converted to Christianity after witnessing their martyrdom.…
Saint Philon, Bishop of Kolpasteia (Crete) He died peacefully in the fifth century. He wrote a commentary on the Pentateuch, and on the Song of Songs.
The Hieromartyr Philippicus the Presbyter and the Martyr Barsimos and two brothers were beheaded for their confession of faith in Christ.
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