Post Landfall Hurricane Update

{Updated on October 8 at 9:13 PM in bold}
With all six of Georgia’s coastal counties still under mandatory evacuation and officials urging those who have remained to stay in place so that emergency crews can clean up the debris left in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, the Diocesan House is receiving informal reports on various properties. While no churches have been inspected fully, we have received word that Christ Church Savannah, St. Paul’s Savannah, St. Michael and All Angels Savannah, St. Luke’s Rincon, St. Elizabeth’s Richmond Hill, St. Thomas’ Isle of Hope, St. Peter’s Savannah, St. Mark’s Brunswick, St. Andrew’s and St. Cyprian’s Churches Darien, and St. Patrick’s, Pooler all look to have sustained little or no damage. 

 
Despite the storm, four of our 24 coastal churches do have services scheduled:  
St. Luke’s, Rincon at 9:40 AM
St. Michael and All Angels, Savannah at 10:30 AM
The Church of St. Paul the Apostle, Savannah, said Mass at 10 AM
Christ Church St. Mary’s, 10 AM
St. Luke’s Rincon, 9:30 AM
King of Peace, Kingsland 8:30 and 10 AM
Community of St. Joseph, Savannah breakfast at 8 AM and worship at 9 AM
 
Most churches on the coast will not be holding services tomorrow, including: 
All Saints, Tybee Island
St. Andrew’s and St. Cyprian’s, Darien
St. Thomas’ Isle of Hope
St. Matthew’s, Savannah
St. John’s, Savannah
St. Francis of the Islands, Savannah
St. Peter’s, Savannah
St. Patrick’s, Pooler
St. Mark’s, Simon’s Island
Christ Church Frederica, St. Simon’s Island
St. Elizabeth’s, Richmond Hill
Christ Church, Savannah 
St. Mark’s, Woodbine
Holy Nativity, St. Simon’s Island
St. George’s, Savannah
St. Richard’s, Jekyll Island
St. Athanasius, Brunswick
These lists will be updated as we receive more information but also check the church’s website and Facebook page. If you have news to add to this, please contact Anna Iredale, Director of Communications, airedale@gaepiscopal.org.
 
Let us pray:
Almighty God, who stilled the raging sea and saved your disciples perishing in a storm, we give thanks for your presence with us in the midst of Hurricane Matthew. We pray for all working to make way for evacuees to return home, and we remember those killed by the storm and those who mourn. Help us to be ever mindful that it is in you we hope and find peace even in the midst of the storms of this life, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
-Canon Frank Logue
 

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