This Month's ONLINE Services - Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
Living Our Principles in a Time of Social Distancing!
Currently, because of COVID-19 we are only have online services.
Worship Leader, Teresa Winn
Guest speaker, Orlando Montoya, " Our Fourth Principle and Journalism."
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. Orlando Montoya is a radio producer, freelance writer, tour guide and concierge based in Savannah. His professional recognitions include 15 awards from the Georgia Associated Press Broadcast Association. He came to Savannah from his native Central Florida in 1998. He curates digital audio content for Unitarian Universalist faith development through WRUU 107.5 FM, the radio station owned by the Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah.
Anthem: "Seize the Day" from The Newsies
Worship Leader, Rev Jane Page
"Being a Good Ally - Regarding Race and Ethnicity"
Rev Jane shares a message regarding the need for allies to rise-up to dismantle white supremacy and systemic racism and the roadblocks that may cause us to stumble on this journey.
UUCG, Worship Leader, Beth Sutton
Guest speaker, John Stevenson, "Blue Boat Home- Stories and Surprising Lessons from an Atlantic Crossing."
In November and December, 2013, John had the great fortune to help sail a 36 ft catamaran from LaRochelle , France to the Caribbean Island of Antiqua. Join John as he shares stories, journal entries and photos from the experience, and describes the skills and lessons that surprisingly have helped him a bit in dealing with our ongoing pandemic. Come hear John tell of this exciting adventure.
September 27 - Joint service
"Committing to Tomorrow: Kicking off Our Stewardship Drive"
Rev Jane Page, Worship Leader
In this service, Rev Jane shares a message which addresses how we are nurturing our congregations through this pandemic and moving forward into better tomorrows as vibrant communities of faith supporting our UU Principles. In addition to Rev. Jane’s message, a short testimony on giving will be shared by Ted Davis. Also, Jo Moseley will read a poem to honor Bisexuality Awareness Day as part of our Welcoming Congregation activities for the year. In celebration of our stewardship kickoff theme, the ANJJ Quartet will share the special music from Annie, “Tomorrow.”
“Tomorrow, tomorrow, I love ya, tomorrow. You’re always a day away.”
Programming Note: At the end of the service, the two congregations will meet in separate break-out rooms to receive information from leaders who are sharing materials for the stewardship drives. Be sure to stay for this short, informative, session.