Elder Willie Fred Lucas who was the Bishop of the True Church of God in Christ at that time, traveled to Savannah with Elder Oprie Jeffries to assess the situation: Less than 8 members remained. Elder Oprie Jeffries then served as pastor of Holy Fountain TCOGIC for approximately one year, traveling from Lithonia to Savannah several times a month assisted by Elder Gary Battle, Sr. After approximately a year, Elder Gary Battle, Sr. took the reins and began traveling from Scottdale, Georgia to Savannah on a weekly basis to pastor and to continue to rebuild and restore the Holy Fountain True Church of God in Christ. Brother Jerry Lucas volunteered to drive and assist Elder Battle. After approximately one year, Brother Jerry Lucas was ordained a minister and was assigned to serve at Lucas Temple TCOGIC in Scottdale, GA. During this time, the Holy Fountain True Church of God in Christ began to be called The Savannah True Church of God in Christ.
In December 1993 or shortly thereafter, Minister Charles N. Thomas, Jr. from Burke County TCOGIC was assigned to assist Elder G. Battle at the Savannah TCOGIC and continues to serve in Savannah until this date.
Elder Battle served in Savannah from 1990 – 2001 at which time he was reassigned to Lucas Temple TCOGIC, in Scottdale, GA. Elder Marvin Jones, Sr. was reassigned to Savannah where he served from 2001-2007. In 2007 Elder Nathaniel Turner was assigned to serve in Savannah and did so until his unexpected death. After the passing of Elder Turner, Elder Emmitt Robinson, Jr. pastored the Savannah church, traveling from Dallas, Georgia to Savannah from 2007 – 2014 at which time he was reassigned to the Augusta and Burke County TCOGIC. In 2014, Elder Marvin Jones, Sr. returned to Savannah TCOGIC. In September 2017, the Savannah TCOGIC moved to a new location, 4327 ACL Blvd, Savannah, GA, and the name was changed from Savannah TCOGIC to Abundant Grace TCOGIC. The first service was held in the new building on Sunday, January 21, 2018, and the Church was dedicated on January 27, 2018, during the 62nd Church Anniversary.
To God be the Glory for all of the things he has done.