Craft Group

St Francis Xavier Crafters’ Guild is a non-denominational, multi ethnic, multi lingual group of women who gather each Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. at St FX Hall to support and teach each other whilst making items for various charities, e.g., caps for cancer, preemie caps for the hospital, shawls, lap rugs, or leg warmers for the nursing homes. The ladies also make items for their own use, but most of all, we have fun. The attendees share their expertise in a variety of craft forms from ceramics to fiber arts to decorating ideas to cooking. We wish to pass on the skills that are in danger of becoming extinct. Every person is welcome no matter their experience and each woman discovers that she, herself, has her own gift to share. There are no fees or charges. Contact person Eileen Singleton through the parish office (912) 265-3249


About The Church

St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church

The beginnings of the Church in this area of coastal Georgia date back some four hundred years, long before Oglethorpe established himself at Frederica. From 1566-1742 Spanish missionaries labored, suffered, and were martyred in this locality for the cause of the faith. In 1791 the island of Jekyll was purchased by the du Bignon family. From time to time the head of this family arranged to have a visiting priest celebrate Mass for his family and his slaves.

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Mass Times


SUNDAY 8:30 AM / 11 AM
6:00 PM (Spanish)

Daily Mass Info