Many Sisters are involved in organized social ministries, in Augusta, Albany, Columbus, Macon, Savannah and Valdosta. They are engaged in programs for families, for the homeless, the impoverished, and the incarcerated. Many work in the St. Joseph/Candler Health System in all kinds of capacities. Several sisters are involved in educational ministries, both teaching and administration. Sisters minister in parishes, one works as a guardian ad litem, one organizes Rachel’s Vineyard retreats and teaches in a local jail. One sister is the Bishop’s Delegate for Consecrated Life in the diocese.
The Carmelite Sisters in Savannah are an enclosed community. They spend their days in prayer and work within their monastery in Savannah.