"the beacon of liberal religion in the Greater Savannah area"

Dear Friends,


We welcome you to the Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah.  We are Unitarian Universalists and work together to be a beacon of liberal religion in Savannah.  This means we are bound together in faith by covenant rather than creed.  This means we open ourselves to different sources of knowing about what is most important and true in this world.  This means we work to actively live into the promise of common human worth and dignity.  Most of all, it means that we welcome you to become part of our community, no matter who you are and where you’re coming from.


We intend this web site to be a resource for learning and kicking off the process of getting connected, but we hope you’ll come to join us on a Sunday so we can worship together and share in all the possibilities that brings.  We meet every Sunday at 9:30 and 11:00 am  at our Church on Troup Square. 


If you have questions at any time in your journey, just let me know---talking about what we’re creating together is one of my favorite things….


In Faith,

Rev. Dave

 
 
 

Rev. David H. Messner

UUCS Minister

Worship this Sunday

February 26, 2017

9:30 and 11:00 am


Stay Inspired; Our African American His/Herstory May Be of Service
Rev. Duncan E. Teague
If we remain respectful of the past in a deep and intimate way; our stories and our lessons learned may inspire us to further celebrate our work or to cope with the challenges facing our faith and values. Rev. Teague is mining our Unitarian Universalist past with the future in mind.
Saturday, Feb 25 at 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Sunday, Feb 26 at 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Sunday, Feb 26 at 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Sunday, Feb 26 at 9:55 AM - 10:40 AM
UU Church of Savannah Sound and Spirits Series Presents: 
Irish Treasures

March 12, 2017
4:00 pm


An afternoon of Irish music featuring and led by soprano Rebecca Flaherty.  From the land of faerie mist, mighty warriors, and forty shades of green come songs of beloved heroes, righteous lady pirates, and mythical creatures that once roamed the earth. Along with Bill Smith, Judy Williams, Kelly Blackmarr Carlile, Kristin King, and Ray Williams, Rebecca Flaherty and Voice Boxx (her chorus of twenty sweet voices) will transport you to Ireland. You will hear well-loved Irish folk songs in the original Gaelic, as well as some favorites in English.


For audiences ages 13 and above

Followed by Wine Reception in Rahn Hall

For information on Sounds & Spirits concerts, click HERE