The Community of St. Joseph, led by the Rev. Jamie Maury, provides worship services by and for Savannah’s homeless persons living in the city, approximately 4,200.
Maury began with some initial worship services in the courtyard at Christ Church Savannah (a Friday morning healing service is pictured at right). The ministry now offers worship at Emmaus House on the Third Friday of the month and every Sunday worship near Camp 2, an area identified with the assistance of Homeless persons interested in the Community of St. Joseph. This work is also coordinated with the city’s Homeless Authority.
Want to take part?
You are welcome to join the worship on third Friday morning’s at 7:00 a.m. in Christ Church Savannah Parish House at the corner of Abercorn and Bryan Streets. Sundays, the liturgy is at 9 a.m. (breakfast at 8:00 a.m) at Old Louisville Road and Pritchard Street near Camp 2 (Four blocks west of Liberty & Martin Luther King Boulevard).
Contact the Rev. Jamie Maury