A place to find community. Welcome to the neighborhood.
White Bluff Presbyterian Church was founded as the Congregational Meeting House in 1745.Our fellowship is the longest continuous Calvinist congregation in the state of Georgia and was first served by Georgia Delegate to the 2nd Continental Congress, John Zubly.Our identity as a gathering place, a community meeting house, is still part of our DNA.All are welcomed here.We believe that something sacred happens when people gather in goodwill, hospitality and grace.
Our worship is traditional with a choir, organ and Presbyterian liturgy. It typically lasts an hour and communion is offered on the first Sunday of each month. We follow the Revised Common Lectionary, which is a pattern of scriptures for the year.Learn more about the Presbyterian Church-USA here.
Meet the pastor.
Born in NY, raised by a single mom in Florida,the Rev. John G. Ruehl got his MDiv with dual enrollment at the ITC and Columbia Theological Seminary.Pastor John has a certificate in Community Organizing from JCTS and NextChurch and is working on his DMin at Drew University (Madison NJ).
He is married to the Rev. Christina Ruehl (Deacon in the UMC) and has two elementary aged children. John is passionate about building bridges in communities, addressing felt needs and describes himself as a public theologian and critical thinking reformed misfit.
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10710 White bluff road
Fellowship & Food each Sunday
Join us each Sunday at 10:30am in The Well kitchen in the Education Buildingfor a breakfast goodie, coffee/tea and more importantly fellowship.We will then make our way over to the Sanctuary to worship together.
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10710 White Bluff Road, Savannah, GA 31406
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As we resolve to reach up and out into the world around us in the new year, we also need to give energy to tending our roots.Your financial support, accompanied by your commitment to prayer and discipleship, ensures the health of our community.