Home to shows such as Jukebox!, Broadway on Bull Street, and Savannah Live, the Historic savannah Theater has remained an iconic landmark in downtown Savannah since it’s beginning in 1818. The theater has played home to the likes of Fanny Davenport, E.H. Sothern, Oscar Wilde, and W.C. Fields. Today the theater has been restored to the eye popping 1940s art deco style.
We have jumped eagerly at the opportunity to host our Sunday morning services in this iconic theater. We believe that the theater’s position on Bull Street not only allows us to be more involved in downtown Savannah’s culture, but it also allows us to discover the sense of community that James Oglethorpe had in mind when he laid out Savannah in squares.
A friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
Heartfelt and powerful worship.
Bible based teaching.
We welcome all kids infant through 5th grade in our nursery, pre-k, and school age programs at City Kids. Kids may be checked in as early as 30 minutes before service begins.
All City Kids volunteers must pass a background check before working with children. To further ensure your child’s safety, we also make sure that no adult is ever alone with a child. Lastly, we have security cameras installed in each classroom with a feed available to parents in the lobby so you can discreetly check in on your child.
As part of our safe practices, our secure check-in system ensures that we know exactly which children are in our care and that they leave only with the appropriate person(s) through use of a check outreceipt.
Once checked in, kids can expect an exciting and relevant environment where they can engage with the life-giving message of Jesus Christ through the use of multimedia, games, activities, and special live characters. Parents can continue the conversation with kids at home, as their kids are learning the same thing on Sunday mornings as their parents are!
222 Bull Street; Savannah, GA