Holly Days Bazaar Leadership Meeting

Tuesday, September 19th , 5 p.m.

Green-Meldrim House

Calling all women interested in leading portions of this year's bazaar! Please join us tomorrow to learn about new ideas and plans. Please bring an appetizer to share.

PACK this Wednesday, September 20th

4:30-6:30 p.m.

We will meet at PACK Savannah this Wednesday to help pack bags of food for families in need in our community. We hope to see you there! Learn more at or contact Emiline Baxter with any questions (

Upcoming Worship

Week of Trinity XV


Monday-Friday, September 18th–22nd

8:15 a.m. Morning Prayer, Online


5 p.m. Evening Prayer, Chapel



8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer with Holy

Communion, Chapel

5 p.m. Evening Prayer, Chapel

Wednesday: Ember Day

8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer, Chapel

12 p.m. Holy Communion, Church

5 p.m. Evening Prayer, Chapel

9 p.m. Sung Compline, Church


Thursday: The Feast of St. Matthew,

Apostle and Evangelist

 8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer with Holy

Communion, Chapel

12 p.m. Holy Communion, Church

5 p.m. Evening Prayer with

Holy Communion, Chapel


Friday: Ember Day

5 p.m. Evening Prayer with Holy

 Communion, Chapel


Saturday: Ember Day

11 a.m. Holy Communion, Chapel


Sunday, September 24th,

Trinity XVI

8 a.m. Holy Communion, Church

9 a.m. Family Holy Communion, Chapel

10 a.m. Sunday School

11 a.m. Morning Prayer,


12:15 p.m. Coffee Hour,

Green-Meldrim House




The Parish Paper (09/17/2023)

11a.m. Service Booklet (Trinity 15)

Weekly Psalms & Lessons

(The week of Trinity 15, 2023)


Sunday Night Sessions 3:

Sunday September 24th, 5-7 p.m.

THIS SundaySeptember 24th, at 5 p.m., St. John’s will present the third installment of Sunday Night Sessions-- evenings with thought-provoking speakers in the Green-Meldrim House. For Session 3, we welcome Harrison Scott Key, Thurber Prize winning author of the new book How to Stay Married: The Most Insane Love Story Ever Told. Well-known for his hilarious and confessional style, in this book Key engages honestly with faith, marriage, infidelity, and the strangeness of God’s grace. The title for his talk is “Love is a Joke: on the death and rebirth of a marriage.” Youth Group and childcare will be available for this session.  RSVP early because this will be a popular event and will reach capacity quickly. Please register online or contact Melanie Finnegan (912-856-6210) to reserve your place.

Youth Group This Sunday

This Sunday, September 24th at 5 p.m., join us for games, dinner, and a study of the “royal priesthood” in the Bible. Youth and friends in 3rd grade or older are invited; childcare is provided for all younger children. You can RSVP through the Sunday Night Session link or let Steven Vanderlip know (


Men of St. John's Church, Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting of the Men of St. John's will be held Tuesday, September 26th, 2023, at 6:00 p.m. at the Green-Meldrim House. After fellowship and a short business meeting, Fr. Will Brown, a longtime friend of St. John's parish and avid outdoorsman, will speak about his newly published book on God and nature. Parishioners are asked to contribute $15; guests, 10$. Appetizers and libations will be provided. Please register/RSVP (click HERE) for this event.

Choral Evensong for Michaelmas

Sunday, October 1st 5 p.m.

We will celebrate Choral Evensong for Michaelmas on Sunday, October 1st with works by Ayleward, Harris, Stanford, and Murphy, with a special musical Prelude. A reception at the Green-Meldrim House will follow. We hope you will be with us for this reflective and joyful evening service of music and worship, as we welcome our new Interim Organist & Choirmaster, Jonathan Murphy. Invite your friends!

Women of St. John's, Membership Meeting

Thursday, October 5th, 5:30 p.m.

Green-Meldrim House

Please plan to join us for the first membership meeting of the year and the official kick-off for the Holly Days Bazaar! Wine and appetizers will be provided.

Sharing Our History and Beauty

Our beautiful, historic buildings are regionally significant and a draw for visitors. If you have a few hours to volunteer each month, please consider being a docent to share this beauty and history of our church or parish house. To volunteer for the Green-Meldrim House, email Director Jamie Credle at or call her at 912-660-7616. To volunteer for Church tours, email Frank Somoskey at or call him at 830-608-4939. Thank you to all helping in this educational work!

Needs for Summer Canning Group

The canning group is in need of sugar, green bell peppers, and Jerusalem artichokes. Thank you for the vegetables or fruit you give. All canned goods are sold at the Holly Days Bazaar to fund the ministry of the Women of St. John's. For more information, contact Jane Pressly at 912-667-1584.

For a list of upcoming services and events, please visit our online calendar.

We are building a community in Christ that is grounded in historic faith and reverent worship, and is committed to sharing the life-transforming truth of the Gospel.

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