Welcome to St. Paul's!

COVID-19 Advisory

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 office@stpaulsgoc.org. 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.  

Saint Paul
(Αγιος Παυλος)
Patron Saint of Our Parish

Come join us in worship and fellowship!

Upcoming Calendar

26

Sep

Saturday

FALLING ASLEEP OF ST. JOHN THE THELOGIAN

+ Orthros 9AM *
+ Divine Liturgy 10AM *


+Streamed
*Limited Access

27

Sep

Sunday

+ Orthros 9AM *
+ Divine Liturgy 10AM *
No Fellowship Hour 


+Streamed
*Limited Access

4

Oct

Sunday

+ Orthros 9AM *
+ Divine Liturgy 10AM *
No Fellowship Hour


+Streamed
*Limited Access

10

Oct

Saturday

Brunswick Divine Liturgy 10 am

11

Oct

Sunday

+ Orthros 9AM *
+ Divine Liturgy 10AM *
No Fellowship Hour


+Streamed
*Limited Access

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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