- Sundays, 9:00am–11:00am
The messages come from podcasts, sermons and readings
from Unitarian-Universalist and other allied sources in liberal
religion. The title comes from a beloved UU hymn: “Sing in my heart all the stirrings of compassion… Move in the hand, giving life the shape of justice.” Regular features will include:
Braver/Wiser: Courage and compassion for life as it is.
World Religions: Interfaith calendar and musical response.
Random Song Lyrics Reflection: A discussion of the meaning behind a song, randomly selected from the program playlist.
Sermons: Contributors include: Rev. Guelen Guengerich (Unitarian Church of All Souls, New York City); Rev. John Buehrens (First Unitarian-Universalist Society of San Francisco); Rev. Bridget Spain (Dublin Unitarian Church); Rev. Matthew Johnson (Unitarian-Universalist Church of Rockford); Rev. Michael Schuler (First Unitarian Society of Madison); Rev. Joe Cherry (Unitarian-Universalist Church of Cleveland); Rev. David Schwartz and the Rev. Teri Schwartz (First Unitarian Church of Chicago); Rev. Daniel O’Connell (First Unitarian-Universalist Church of Houston); Rev. Anthony Makar (Unitarian-Universalist Congregation of Atlanta); Unitarian-Universalist Church of the Larger Fellowship (Various Speakers); Rev. Michael Chaney (Common Grounds Savannah); Rev. David Breeden (First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis); Dr. Roger Ray (Progressive Faith Sermons); Rev. Carol Bodeau (Westside Unitarian-Universalist Church of Knoxville); Rev. Elea Kemler (First Parish Church of Groton, Unitarian-Universalist); Rev. Stephen Kendrick (First Church Boston, Unitarian-Universalist); Rev. Aaron White (First Unitarian Church of Dallas); Rev. Michael-Ray Mathews (Prophetic Resistance Podcast); Rev. Shawn Newton (First Unitarian Church of Toronto); Rev. Tim Kutzmark (Unitarian-Universalist Church of Fresno); Rev. Rob Eller-Isaacs (Unity Church Unitarian of St. Paul); Rev. Aaron McEmrys (Unitarian-Universalist Church of Arlington); Rev. Marisol Caballero (Unitarian Universalist Association)
Montoya has been on the radio since 1995. He came to Savannah from his
native Central Florida in 1998. He has worked for six different radio
stations between Orlando, Fla. and Savannah, Ga. His professional
awards include 13 recognitions from the Georgia Associated Press
Broadcast Association and two awards from the Society of Professional
Journalists. He is the creator and producer of SavannahPodcast.com, an interview program heard on WHCJ 90.3 FM Savannah State University.