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SUNDAY, December 11 | MUSIC SUNDAY
Emily Pinkerton and the Music and the Arts Council
We are blessed with a wealth of music talent here at First Unitarian Church! This morning, many of our musicians will be joining together to present a "mostly music" worship celebration with music that reflects the spiritual themes of the holiday season. Come and be uplifted and inspired through music.
Children and youth begin in the sanctuary for the first 15-20 min or so of the worship service.
From Our Senior Minister ~ The Rev. Dr. David Herndon
Dec 2016 - I am so very pleased to be working with the members of our newly-revitalized Pastoral Care Team! They are: Judy Beigi Christine Beregi Margaret Fuhrman Mary Ruth (MR) Kelsey Kathy Mille ..
Pledging Update: Almost 90% Received!
Dec 2016 - More than 180 members and friends have contributed nearly $400,000 toward our $450,000 goal. There is still time to pledge if you haven't yet filled this membership responsibility. Just visit ..
Message from our Minister: Black Lives Matter
Nov 2016 - As the minister of First Unitarian Church, I would like to offer the following perspective on why First Unitarian Church has chosen to display a Black Lives Matter sign. ALL LIVES MATTER! ..
Message from our Board: Black Lives Matter Banner Vandalism
Nov 2016 - At this time of Thanksgiving, we at the First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh are equally thankful for the gift of every life. We have chosen to stand up for Black lives publicly because ..
Sunday, Dec 11 - Alternative Gift Market
Gifts of hunger relief, shelter, medical assistance, development, livestock, environmental protection, emergency disaster relief, and gender equality, for people in crisis around the world and at home, will be available to build peace in our glob..
Sunday, Dec 11 - Congregational Meeting
A congregational meeting will be convened in the sanctuary immediately following the December 11 worship service. A budget for 2017 will be presented, the ABDC (Annual Budget Drive Committee) committee will report the results to date of this year..
Sunday, Dec 11 - POINSETTIAS FOR CHRISTMAS SERVICES
RED POINSETTIAS FOR CHRISTMAS SERVICES $7.00. Please place cash or check in specially marked envelopes in the pews on Sunday morning. Include your name and a dedication (optional). The poinsettia is yours to take home following the Christmas..
Sunday, Dec 11 - Sunday Morning Forum - Why Green Burial is Growing in Popularity: A Historical Perspective
9:00-10am in the Schweitzer Room. This morning's speaker is Pete McQuillin, Manager, Penn Forest Natural Burial Park Abstract: Throughout history humans have generally committed the bodies of their deceased loved ones to burial in the ground..