Winter Stated Meeting Information

The third virtual Savannah Presbytery Stated Meeting will be a Zoom meeting on Tuesday, February 23 at 10:00 A.M.  Registration will begin at 9:30 A.M.

Registration is now open for the 632nd Stated Meeting of Savannah Presbytery which will be held via Zoom on Tuesday, February 23 at 10 am.  Please click on the following link for registration information:


Marty Susie at (912) 897-1840
Andy Meeker at (912) 897-1840



Faith Enrichment Conference (Formerly Leadership Development Conference)


The polarization of our culture did not happen overnight. Join us as we listen to Dr. David P. Gushee, Distinguished University Professor of Christian Ethics and Director of the Center for Theology and Public Life at Mercer University, offer insight into how we got here and how we, followers of Jesus, can offer a third way.

The Savannah Presbytery invites you to register for the 2021 Faith Enrichment Conference where we will explore what it means to be a follower of Christ in this day and time.

The conference will be ONLINE! Take advantage of saving time and money on travel and accommodations and participating from the comfort of your home!

Friday, February 5th:

6:30 PM: Meet and Greet

7:00-8:30 PM: Session 1, Q&A

Saturday, February 6th:

9:30 AM: Worship

10:00 AM: Session 2, Breakout Groups

11:30 AM: Lunch

12:30 PM: Session 3, Q&A

Conference Fee:

Early Bird: $45 (Both payment and registration must be received BEFORE January 8th)

After January 8th: $55




Reverend John Ruehl Appointed by Savannah Mayor to Lead Rise

Reverend John Ruehl has been selected by Savannah Mayor Van R. Johnson to organize and head the Rise Coalition.  Click on the link below to read about this important ecumenical program that is helping our schools regroup and serve the community during this challenging time.

Savannah students on the RISE

Greater Atlanta Church Guidelines for Re-opening

June 2, 2020

To the Clergy and Clerks of Sessions of Savannah Presbytery,  

“God is our refuge and strength,” proclaims the Psalmist.  We draw on this promise especially in times of turmoil and change. Though we have not been able to gather in our churches for the past three months, we know that God has not abandoned us. God has been guiding us during this sabbatical period.

As you know, there is a lot of discussion about opening our country and resuming normal activities such as worship within our sanctuaries. With differing opinions on how and when we resume our community life, we must keep in mind the vulnerable populations within our congregations. While it remains up to each Session to determine when its congregation resumes in-person worship, we strongly recommend for your consideration the three-phase guidelines from the Presbytery of Greater Atlanta for reopening their churches.

In Christian Service,

The Savannah Presbytery Council


Click the Link Below for Re-opening Guidance:

Greater Atlanta Re-opening Guidance