Church Happenings lets you see church sponsored activities and recent news by our congregation.
This year’s BUUCO night is scheduled for August 22, playing the Atlanta Braves, a 7:05 game. We have a number of tickets
reserved, good seats in the same area as last year. Tickets are $17 and include a free Pirates Hat. The pre-game activity is planned for inside PNC
Park at the Left Field Lounge, at 5:30 p.m. Please RSVP when you reserve your game tickets. Sponsored by UU’s of Greater Pittsburgh. Game tickets can
be reserved at http://uupittsburgh.org or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 412.318.1990
As a result of the generosity of many First Unitarian members and friends, Habitat for Humanity has hung a banner at 6928 Bennett Street in Homewood acknowledging us as a sponsor of the Homewood Build Project. Working together, side by side, enhances our church by creating a sense of
belonging and enjoying a diverse community. There are no negative effects to a tour of Habitat duty. The future Habitat Homeowners will occupy an efficient
and safe home, in part due to our efforts.
9am - 3pm at 6928 Bennett Street
Come join a great group of volunteers working to build four new homes in Homewood. A valuable experience you will remember and the new occupants will highly
value. No skills necessary. Contact Marty Lieb at email@example.com to reserve a place.
We would love to exhibit your photos, prints, drawings, paintings, fiber arts - anything that can be hung on the wall! The show is open to all members and friends of First Unitarian. We will hang the show Saturday Sept 8. To be included, please call or write Linda Kauffman, 412-241-1528, LK01@andrew.cmu.edu . We are excited to see your new work.
SongSpace presents singer-songwriter Jesse Terry with special guest Shawna Caspi on Saturday, September 22 at 7:30pm. A true musical journeyman,
Jesse Terry has made it his mission to share his love of music fully and completely, “I’ve always had the desire to spread peace and unity through
my music,” says Jesse. “This gives me a tangible purpose, even when life doesn’t seem to make much sense.” Shawna Caspi is a mighty singer, a fingerstyle
guitarist, a story sculptor, and a truth teller. Find more information here.