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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23.

“The Vision of Malcolm X,”

Rev. David Herndon, Senior Minister.

After his conversion to Islam, Malcolm X had an experience that deeply challenged his previous views and forever changed his vision of humanity. What was that experience? How did his vision change? In accord with our year-long exploration of Abrahamic Faiths, and in accord with our monthly spiritual theme for September, which is Vision, we will explore how the lesson that Malcolm X learned might hold relevance for our society nowadays.

 

 

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Church News and Announcements

SongSpace Presents the Honey Dewdrops
Sep 2018 - “Tangled country” is how The Honey Dewdrops define their music. With tight harmonies and a musical ensemble that includes clawhammer banjo, mandol ..

Quilt raffle to benefit Khasi Hills students/teachers
Sep 2018 - Tickets $5 each or 5 for $20 on sale after service in Undercroft Gallery. Drawing to be early December during bi-annual quilt show.  ..

Summer Board of Trustees Report
Sep 2018 - The Board of Trustees had a busy summer. While many church programs go on hiatus during the summer months, the Board continued its work. Annua ..

Women of First Unitarian Church - Making School Special, One Backpack at a Time
Sep 2018 - At the end of July one of our members received an eleventh-hour plea from Rainbow Kitchen, a community service nonprofit in Homestead. The us ..

Habitat for Humanity and First Unitarian Partnership Update
Aug 2018 - Eight members or friends of First Unitarian Church worked with Habitat on Saturday, August 25 updating a bathroom and installing a complete set of ..

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Upcoming Church Events

Sunday, Sep 23 - Sunday Morning Forum - Russian Foreign Policy
9:00-10:20am Dr. Guillory, the Digital Scholarship Curator of the Center for Russian, East European and Eurasia Studies, will speak about Russian Foreign Policy...

Sunday, Sep 30 - Commitment Sunday Brunch
Immediately following the Sunday Celebration. Celebrate our renewed financial commitment to First Unitarian with a delicious brunch! Pledge forms will be available...

Sunday, Sep 30 - Sunday Morning FORUM: Preserving the Millvale Murals of Maxo Vanka
9:00-10:20am Anna Doering, Managing Director of the Society to Preserve the Millvale Murals of Maxo Vanka, will speak about the Vanka Murals which adorn the walls of St. Nicholas Croatian Cath..

Friday, Oct 05 - Living from the Heart in a Confused and Troubled World: An Evening with David McKay
7pm - 9pm in the Undercroft Gallery As technology, social media and world events converge to bombard us with information and calls to act and react, it can be helpful to find a centered pl..

Saturday, Oct 27 - Habitat Work Party
Come and join the First Unitarian Habitat Work Party on Saturday, October 27 from 9 AM to 3 PM at 6928 Bennett Street in Homewood. This will be our chance to work on the four new homes under const..

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