St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church
St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church is a congregation in the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia. We are a warm and welcoming community, one which encourages questions and discussions. Children are always welcome at St. Patrick’s, and nursery care is provided during our regular Sunday services and all Special Services. For more general information about St. Patrick’s, click here.
St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church in Pooler exists to bring people into a meaningful and loving relationship with Jesus Christ through worship, ministry, teaching, and fellowship. We worship together as a community of believers. We nurture the faith of our members by exploring our questions honestly and openly. We serve our community in a variety of ways including children’s and adult education programs, youth programs, and participation in our local community’s food pantry. Please join us for worship and fellowship!
– The Rev. Joshua H. Varner, Vicar
Sunday Worship Schedule
Regular Sunday Service
Holy Eucharist (Communion)
Nursery Care is offered during the service,
and children rejoin their parents after the sermon.
Monthly Children’s Sunday School
11:45 a.m. on the third Sunday of the month
Adult Sunday School is on hiatus for a few weeks!
We believe in God who loves us each as we are, and who shows us that love in the world around us, in the stories of our faith, and most fully in Jesus Christ. We respond to God’s love in our daily lives, caring for all those around us, working for the good of Creation, and seeking to grow into our identity as God’s beloved children.
Our life together is centered on worship, common prayer, work, and play together. Our Sunday worship is a service of Holy Eucharist, also known as Mass, Communion, or the Lord’s Supper. All who have been baptized in any tradition are welcome to receive Communion. We welcome questions, doubts, and wondering, believing that in engaging such questions we grow in our faith.
To see pictures from our recent activities, follow this link to our Photographs page.
To see sermons from our priest, the Rev. Joshua Varner, follow this link to our Sermons page.