On Bright Wednesday we commemorate the holy monastic Fathers who have shone forth on the God-trodden Mt Sinai. This commemoration was established by the Church of Russia on April 17, 1997. Saints Theocharis and Apostolos are local saints of Arta. The first fell asleep in 1845 and the second a…
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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.
Come join us in worship and fellowship!
Orthros & Divine Liturgy 9 am
The holy Great Martyr Irene was born in the city of Magedon in Persia during the fourth century. She was the daughter of Licinius, the pagan ruler of a certain small kingdom, and his wife Licinia, and at birth her parents named her Penelope. Penelope was very beautiful, and her father kept her…
Saint James of Zhelezny Bor. Today we celebrate the Uncovering of the Relics of the Kostroma Wonderworker. See his Life under April 11, the day of his repose.
The holy New Martyr and wonderworker Ephraim was born in Greece on September 14, 1384. His father died when the saint was young, and his pious mother was left to care for seven children by herself. When Ephraim reached the age of fourteen, the all-good God directed his steps to a monastery on the…
The “Inexhaustible Chalice” Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos was revealed in Russia in 1878. A retired soldier from Tula had spent his pension on alcohol, ruining his health. Though he was no longer able to walk, he continued to drink. One night the holy Elder Barlaam of Serpukhov…
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