St. John’s Church, Savannah

St. John’s offers traditional worship from the 1928 Book of Common Prayer.

 

Sundays

8 am — Holy Communion

9:30 — Christian Education for Adults

10:30 — Sung Eucharist or Morning Prayer, with Hymns and Sermon

Noon — Said Eucharist (in the chapel)

 

Weekdays

Monday-Friday — Morning and Evening Prayer are said daily, 8:15 am and 5:30 pm

(with Holy Communion on Feast Days, and during Advent and Lent)

Wednesdays — Litany (9:45 am) and Holy Communion (10:00)

 

The Spring edition of the Eagle has been published! Read it here.

 

Church School Summer Schedule

The Church School is now on its Summer Schedule:

9:30 Sunday School or Nursery for Children and Youth is off for the summer

Nursery is provided from 10:15 through to the end of the 10:30 Service

10:30 – Music, Lesson and fellowship for Preschool – Kindergarten until the end of the service

Psalm Psingers (1st – 5th Grades) will follow the cross over for music until the conclusion of the service

***Church School will resume Sunday, September 14th***

Several adult classes are running through the summer.  Please check the Parish Papers for class offerings.

 

Notable Upcoming Events

 

Special Visitor This Sunday

May 24th — Rev. Canon Alistair MacDonald-Radcliffe, a priest of the Church of England with broad ties to the churches of the Middle East, will speak about Christians in the Middle East (and the Prayer Book too) at Fr. Dunbar’s 9:30 a.m. class in the Reading Room.

 

Men’s Steak and Bourbon Night

May 28th, Thursday at 6pm — Guests are welcome, and given free admission. For members of St. John’s, a $25 donation is suggested. Optional skeet shooting at 5 pm. Guest Speaker will be Captain Erik Alfsen, Chaplain to the 1st Ranger Battalion.

Tickets available at Coffee Hour.

 

Vacation Bible School (KG through G5)

July 27th – July 31st, 9:30am until noon. Please contact Caroline Hayes to register, 912-232-1251.

 

 

 

 

 


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