Named for Robert William Pooler in 1838, Pooler has come a long way since the days of being a Civil War wearied town. By 1907, Pooler received it’s first mayor in Mr. H.G. Beaufort. His election was followed quickly by an erection of a town hall in 1923. Since then, Pooler has grown by leaps and bounds with the establishment of many modern conveniences. With the opening of Interstate 95, Pooler began to grow even more quickly.Pooler today, represents the center for commercial development for Chatham County. Low crime and a small town vibe have both lead to Pooler becoming one of Georgia’s fastest-growing cities.
We have seen this need and opportunity for life giving work to contribute to the people of Pooler. We are very excited for the ministry opportunities that will present themselves in the Pooler community. We are very excited to be able to shift our focus and techniques to an area that is quite different from downtown Savannah.
What to Expect
A Friendly and Relaxed environment.
Gone are the days where we expect everyone to dress in a suit and tie or dress. We believe that all of God's children should come just as they are without hesitation or shame about who they are, where they've been, or what they believe. When you arrive, you'll be greeted by our Guest Services team where you can find up-to-date information about events, ministries, and stories within our church. If you're a first time guest, don't forget to grab a famed City Church cookie and Tweet us, Facebook, or Instagram us with the hashtag #citychurchcookie.
Modern Worship and Powerful Teaching
Our services kick off with a heartfelt and powerful time of worship. Our band prepares the atmosphere for Holy Spirit to work in our lives and our hearts. Additionally, we as a church body remember the sacrifice of Jesus through the elements of communion and reflect on His sacrifice and our restoration. Afterwards we dive further into God's word with a relevant, engaging message by one of our teaching team members.