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Parish Office: 912.598.7242

3 West Ridge Road

Savannah, GA 31411

communications@stpeterssavannah.org

Office Hours: 9-4 | Mon-Thu

Closed on Fridays

For Pastoral Emergencies: 912.712.0255

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WORSHIP SCHEDULE | Holy Eucharist | Sunday 8 am and 10 am

Parking beside and behind church

 

Parish Nursery open for infants and toddlers 8:45 - 11:45 am
SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR ALL AGES | 9 AM | SEPTEMBER - MAY

Godly Play (ages 4 years - 3rd grade) 
Youth Sunday School
Adult Sunday School

Adult Forums after 10 am Eucharist 

 

This 8-minute video, created for The Episcopal Church, offers a wonderful overview for those who would like to learn more about worshiping at St. Peter's or any other Episcopal Church.

As a local outpost of The Episcopal Church, our worship follows the patterns of the early church, updated for 21st century people. Using the Book of Common Prayer, our way of worshiping provides peaceful sanctuary and strives to be welcoming to all who wish to go deeper into their relationship with God in Christ. 

Our primary community worship time is the Sunday celebration of Holy Communion or Eucharist. Since the word Eucharist means thanksgiving, we consider ourselves to be a community of people striving to be ever more thankful and generous to God, to each other and to our neighbors far and wide.

Holy Eucharist at 8 and 10 am welcomes people of all ages and backgrounds, to sing, pray, and think, and then to gather around God’s table to be fed physically and spiritually.  Our Sunday worship grounds us in our faith journey and nourishes us to return to the unpredictability of our daily lives.

Much of Episcopal/Anglican worship is based on traditions stretching back centuries. Worship style and format is consistent week after week, with seasonal changes added throughout the year. To a newcomer, much of what we do might look puzzling, but centuries of thought and prayer have gone into putting together beautiful words of prayer and centuries of devotion have gone into the customs and ceremonies that give meaning to what the Prayer Book calls "the changes and chances of this life." People sitting near you are happy to help you get acclimated.