The Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah

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

Member Sermons

"Memories and Monuments"  Clint Tawes   (11-25-2018)

Immediately after returning home from his pilgrimage to Plymouth, Massachusetts, Clint Tawes will share his experience at the National Day of Mourning and explore the importance of re-examining society’s collective memory, which we often refer to as “history”, by giving voice to marginalized people whose memories do not match society’s monuments.

"Our Fourth Principle and Journalism"  Orlando Montoya   (9-30-2018) 
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.
"Seeing the Life Around You"  Kevin Ionno  (9-23-2018)
People seem to be increasingly blind to the life around them. Would the world change if people woke up and changed changed their relationship with life? What if they remembered that they are life?

"Participation is the Key to Harmony"  Margaret Hall   (9-16-2018)

What's the secret to the long game? It's picking up the ball. Margaret shares life stories on the joys and challenges of participating fully at home, work, church and anywhere life takes you.  

Other resources referenced in the sermon:  

Chinese proverb, "Where There is Light in the Soul," online
Hope for Today and Reaching for Personal Freedom: Living the Legacies by Al-Anon Family Groups.
Dr. Brene Brown's Ted Talk, "The Power of Vulnerability."


"Love in the Time of Climate Change" Alan Kindler  (9-9-2018)

A 12-Step meeting for petroleum addicts.

The link to the tool referenced in the sermon: