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Worship Celebrations - Sundays at 10:30 am

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26.

Friends and Family Sunday.

Mark Williams

We welcome to our pulpit/stage this morning Mark Williams, a local singer/songwriter who currently teaches environmental studies at the Environmental Charter School in Regent Square. Brian Junker writes: “As a performer, Mark is an appealing mix of Raffi and Ben Harper or maybe Michael Franti, very much focused on the inherent worth and dignity of every person and on the interdependent web. By themselves, his songs are catchy, spiritual, and grooving. He has a story to tell, though, about teaching kids that they have inherent worth and dignity and that because they are worthy, the environment is worth taking care of – a story sharpened by tragedies he has witnessed in his students' lives and processed through songwriting and a very big heart.” Bring your friends and family to this wonderful opportunity to have your heart touched and your spirit lifted!


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Recent Church News

Pledge Update: $70,000 to go
Nov 2017 - Just $70,812 stands between fully funding our programs and services for the coming year, or falling short. Sarah Benson pledged, saying "First Unitarian Matters Deeply to Me [because] of our  ..

Get Your Nametag!
Nov 2017 - ATTENTION new members! If you do not yet have an "official" nametag, please stop by the Welcome Table in the Garden Lobby to sign up for one. Although we attempt to obtain name tags for everyone i ..

Poinsettias for Christmas Services - Order by Dec. 11
Nov 2017 - POINSETTIAS for Christmas Services. Please place your order by December 11. Cost is $7.00 per plant, and this year the poinsettias will be larger and more beautiful! Take home Christmas Eve, Sunda ..

Interested in Joining a Covenant Group?
Nov 2017 - There is now an opportunity to join a small group committed to meet on a regular basis, and using a structured process, engage in a search for meaning, build community with one another, and e ..

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Upcoming Church Events

Sunday, Nov 26 - First Church Bookstore Open Sunday, November 26th
Just in time for holiday gift-giving, the First Church Bookstore will be open on Sunday, November 26th, after the 10:30 service. In addition to our regular offerings (history, poetry, inspirational books, UU jewelry, children's books, etc.), we w..

Thursday, Nov 30 - Prints by Jeff Brunner
Art Lovers! Additional unframed prints by Jeff Brunner will be available for sale in the Undercroft after Sunday service until the end of November. Very reasonably priced, they make great holiday gifts. ..

Sunday, Dec 03 - Restaurant Group
6:30pm. Join us for fun and fellowship and good food at Sakura Teppanyaki & Sushi Restaurant at 5882 Forbes Avenue, Squirrel Hill (https://maps.google.com/?q=5882+Forbes+Avenue,+Squirrel+Hill&entry=gmail&source=g) I..

Sunday, Dec 10 - Annual Budget Meeting
Our 2018 budget will be presented by the Board of Trustees after church at 12 noon on Sunday, December 10. Please make every effort to attend. ..

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First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh
605 Morewood Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
(412) 621-8008     Map and directions
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