The Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah

311 East Harris Street, Savannah, GA 31401  *  Troup Square  *  912-549-0326

Striving to be a beacon of love and 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 most 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

Listen to WRUU FM, Savannah's Community Radio with Global Soul at 107.5You can also stream from the website:

Alla Breve Concert
THE SPARK Album Release Concert
September 23rd, 2:30 - 3:15 pm

Featuring singer/songwriter Josephine Johnson

$10 admission at the door and here:
UU Book Club
Sept 11 and Sept 25, 6:00 pm.
Contact: Caitlin McRae

Justice on Earth
The UUA's Common Read for 2018/19

This highly anticipated anthology presents a powerful and penetrating look at environmental justice from some of the key thinkers and activists in Unitarian Universalism today. Fourteen activist ministers and lay leaders apply a keen intersectional analysis to the environmental crisis, revealing ways that capitalism, white supremacy, patriarchy, and other systems of oppression intersect with and contribute to ecological devastation.

They also explore how spiritual practices, congregational organizing, and progressive theology can inform faith-based justice work in the twenty-first century. These prophetic voices, from a wide range of perspectives, reveal new approaches and opportunities for more holistic, accountable, and connected justice efforts. Each essay is accompanied by suggested ways to take the next steps for further learning and action.

Worship this Sunday

September 30, 2018, 11:00 am
Our worship theme in September is Vision

Our 4th Principle and Journalism
Orlando Montoya - member guest preacher

The line between information and wisdom can be a fuzzy one. A reporter stumbles across this line, shedding light on the Fourth Principle of Unitarian-Universalism, the free and responsible search for truth and meaning.

Our Worship Associate will be Amy Blackmarr
Our Storyteller is Jean Iaderosa
Music by Kelly Blackmarr and the Choir

Also This Sunday
  • 11:00 am - 12:30 pm: Service and Fellowship
  • 2:00 - 3:00 pm: WRUU Hosts Meeting, Rahn Hall
  • 4:00 - 6:00 pm: Concert rehearsal, Sanctuary
  • 7:30 - 8:30 pm: True Colors AA Meeting, Phillippa's Place

Wisdom Voices of the Congregation

September 2 - Greg Lonscak

September 9 - Alan Kindler

September 16 - Margaret Hall

September 23 - Kevin Ionno

September 30 - Orlando Montoya


Sounds and Spirits Concerts

Sun Oct 21, 2018, 4pm  Lenny at 100!

A Celebration of Bernstein's Centennial, featuring Baritone Kurt Ollmann and Friends

Sun Dec 2, 2018 4pm  Winter Winds:

Songs Ushering the Season of Solstice featuring Kristin King, harpist and Sara Breyfogle, flutist

Sun Feb 10, 2019  4pm Love is in the Air:

A Prelude to Valentines Day, featuring the Charlestones male vocal quartet

Sun Mar 10, 2019  4pm Three Divas Concert Redux,

with sopranos Rebecca Flaherty and Jillian Pashke Durant and Contralto Jacqueline Hamilton

Sun May 5, 2019  4pm I Feel the Earth Move,  

Jane Ogle Sings Carole King

Alla Breve Concerts

Sun Sept 23, 2018  2:30pm SPARK Album Release,

featuring singer/songwriter Josephine Johnson

Sun Nov 11, 2018  2:30pm A Sunday Kind of Love,

featuring vocalist Amanda Jeter  with pianist Kelly BLackmarr, guitarist Bill Smith and bassist Marc Chesanow

Sun Jun 9, 2019  2:30pm Bill Smith Trio

Other Music Events

Mon Jan 21, 2019  2pm MLK Jr. Day Social Justice Concert,

featuring Vocalist Huxsie Scott, the UU Church of Savannah Choir, the Savannah State Concert Choir, pianist Eric Jones, guitarist Bill  Smith, bassist Marc Chesanow, and drummer John Williby