605 Morewood Avenue · Pittsburgh, PA 15213-2999 · 412-621-8008

Connect, Inspire, Serve

Welcome to the First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh!


We are a progressive, theologically liberal, urban church that provides a warm and supportive sense of community.  In addition to our Sunday morning worship celebrations, we offer religious education classes for children and youthmany different ways to work for justice and compassion in the larger communityfrequent gatherings for young adults and students; ongoing faith development opportunities for adults; several opportunities for involvement in performing arts groups; and many other opportunities for living a more spiritually oriented life in community with others.  We have a deep commitment to social justice and human rights, and some of our partners in ministry include the Unitarian Universalist Pennsylvania Legislative Advocacy Network (UUPLAN), East End Cooperative Ministry (EECM), and the Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network (PIIN).



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Worship Celebrations

Worship Celebrations in March at 9:30 and 11:00 AM

SUNDAY, March 22, 2015

Embrace Your Weakness. Embrace Your Failure

Dave Dunn, Ministerial Intern

We are enamored with the allure of “success” and the idea that it can come without the price of failure or the exposure of our weakness. We have inherent worth. We also have inherent weakness and vulnerability. We all experience failures and disappointments – even when pursuing that which we feel called to do. Weakness and failure are built in to the fabric of our existence yet can they also be keys to unlock the chains that bind our full potential to lead fulfilling lives?

SUNDAY, March 29, 2015

All Roads Lead to Where We Stand

Rev. Robin Landerman Zucker, Assistant Minister

It’s been famously said that “All who wander are not lost.” On a morning when Palm Sunday and Passover meet at the crossroads, we will explore together how the wanderings of Jesus and Moses reflect our essential human journey from the source of who we are, alone in the beginning, to life amongst “tribes,” and then back again to ourselves. How might we retain the wellspring of that source when we are in the wilderness? What Promised Lands do we envision as we wait for manna or gaze down from mountaintops? Our Dance Choir will present a journey piece choreographed especially for this service.

From the Church Leadership

From Our Director of Ministries with Children and Youth and Our Senior Minister

Sunday, March 01, 2015
Dear Members and Friends of First Unitarian Church, As the wheel of the year turns toward Spring and new beginnings, I bring you the news that I will be retiring from my position a   Read More . . .

From Rev. Robin Landerman Zucker

Sunday, March 01, 2015
If ever there was a week that tests the usefulness of our fourth principle, “the free and responsible search for truth and meaning” it would be March 29 - April 5. After all, duri   Read More . . .

From the Board of Trustees

Thursday, January 01, 2015
Board Report for December 2014 As most of us know by now, our pledge drive this fall has fallen short of the funding needed to cover our staff and programming costs as lai   Read More . . .

From Rev. David Herndon

Thursday, January 01, 2015
For several years, AK Molteni has cheerfully provided essential behind-the-scenes assistance for the Family Choir on Tuesday evenings. He has helped with dinner preparations, repleni   Read More . . .

Church News and Happenings

Tapestry Chamber Music Sunday, April 19 at 7:30 p.m.

Tapestry Chamber Music welcomes Identity Cubed on Sunday, April 19 at 7:30 p.m. Identity Cubed (I3) is a dynamic percussion group whose focus is to expose new and exciting works that transcend..

"Groundswell Rising" Film Screening--Friday, March 27, 2015

Groundswell Rising - a powerful documentary film focused on fracking in communities across America. Special Guest: Executive Producer Mark Lichty 7:00 pm (doors open at 6:40 pm) Please..

Easter Sunday Egg Hunt

There will be two Easter Sunday services at 9:30am and 11:00am. Families can join us between the services at 10:35am for an Easter Egg Hunt, which will be held in the garden, weather permitting. Pleas..

Unitarian Universalist Family Seder

Our Seder is an intergenerational dinner and ceremony with a Hagaddah written by Rev. Dave Weissbard of the UU Congregation, Rockford, IL. There are many of the traditional elements of the Jewish Haga..
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