Parish life at St. Paul's is blessed to be under the spiritual guidance of our Parish Priest, Fr. Thomas Guerry. Our many Adult Ministries, Youth Ministries, and committees carry on the daily functions of our community under the leadership of the Parish Council. St. Paul's also supports the ministries of St. George's Chapel in Brunswick, GA. Please contact the Church Office or a member of the Parish Council to say where you are interested in serving on any of our ministries and committees.
In addition to our ministries, St Paul's sponsors an Annual Hellenic Festival, celebrating the food and culture of Greece. The Festival has become an annual highlight on the Savannah Tourism and Cultural calendar. The Festival takes place annually in October so please watch for announcements. St. Paul's is a founding members of the annual Tri-Church Choral Festival, which celebrates Christmas through an evening of sacred music and Christmas pageant. St. Paul's also sponsors numerous fundraising activities that support the homeless and those in need.
Please consider giving your time and talent in support of these very important ministries. Our church and community welcome you to support these vitial ministries!
Sacraments & Other Ministerial Services
To learn more about blessed sacraments, such as weddings, baptisms, funerals, as well as special services, including visitations, house blessings, and memorial services, please click here. Additional information can be obtained by calling our Church Office.
As an Orthodox Christian, establishing membership at St. Paul’s is easy: simply complete and submit your Pledge Form and the Parishioner Information Form. Your financial commitment is based upon your resources and your dedication to the work of our Lord and His Church Without your full financial, physical, and spiritual support, the work of the ministries of St. Paul cannot reach the level needed to meet the task which exists. If you are not presently an Orthodox Christian, you are encouraged to speak with Father Tom regarding membership.
The focal point of our community is our Church. St. Paul's was built originally as the Lawton Memorial, listed in the Historic Savannah Register as a Victorian-style building. Converted in 1941 into a house of Orthodox Christian worship the style of the building is cross-in-square adapted to Orthodox liturgical tradition. Ample parking is available behind the Church and in the surrounding areas.
Across from our church on West Anderson Street is the Hellenic Center, which houses our church offices, meeting rooms, kitchen, gymnasium, and classrooms. The Hellenic Center offers six unique meeting spaces, which are available for full or half day rentals. The Hellenic Center can host between 10 and 450 people and provides on-site parking. Please visit our Facebook Site for more information and call the Church Office to arrange an appointment.
We also have a Bookstore located in the lobby of the Center. Along side the Center, next to the Meeting room, is Tassey’s Courtyard, completed in memory of Speros Tassopoulos. Tassey's Courtyard is a beautifully landscape courtyard, which is used for functions as well as quiet reflection. For further information regarding use of our facilities, please call the Church Office.
Our Adult Ministries include: acolytes, bookstore, chanters, church choir, Philpotochos, Parish Council, Outreach, and AHEPA. Click here for more information on our Adult Ministries.
Our include: GOYA, HOPE & JOY, nursery, and Sunday School. Click here for more information on our Youth Ministries.
The story of our parish begins around 1900 and turn of the 20th Century. Please click here to learn more about our rich history.