Columba House Savannah

We live in a world with lots of screens. We’re all looking at screens right now. But at Columba House, we love face-to-face interaction! The easiest way to connect with us is to come to one of our regular times of prayer and meals.For the latest news and updates, check out our blog and Facebook page.

You can also meet with the Missioners, Rev. Kelly and Father Guillermo by appointment. Send us an email or give us a call to set up a time to meet or hangout. We can meet for coffee or tea, or you can stop by to talk or study!

Daily Prayer

Come worship with us at Columba House Savannah!

We pray Morning and Evening Prayer at The Collegiate Church of St. Paul the Apostle, across the street from CHS.

Morning Prayer: 9:00 AM on Mon, Tues, Thurs; 6:45 AM on Wed, Fri

Evening Prayer: 5:30 PM on Sun – Fri

 

Events with Epiphany Savannah

Columba House Savannah plans most of its events in partnership with Epiphany Savannah, a new ministry by and for young adults.

The Christ Room

Passing through Savannah and need a place to stay?

Interested in the Residential Internship and want to check out the space?

Hospitality-of-AbrahamWhat is a Christ Room, you ask? Abraham and Sarah welcomed and fed three strangers who later revealed themselves to be God (Genesis 18:1-15; see the icon on the right). Jesus teaches us that when we welcome strangers and feed the hungry we are showing that kindness to Christ himself (Matthew 25:31-46). Another part of the Bible encourages Christians: “Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by doing that some have entertained angels without knowing it” (Hebrews 13:2).

A Christ Room is a room in Columba House that we intentionally keep empty so that we can offer it to travelers and guests. We promise to provide you a warm bed with clean sheets, running water, a hot shower, and as many meals as we can.

If you want hospitality for a night or two, please reach out to our Savannah Missioners, Rev. Kelly and Father Guillermo

Want to learn more about offering hospitality to friends and strangers? Please read one of our favorite Christian writers, Dorothy Day.