Throughout the church year, we commit to lifelong learning and spiritual practice that enriches our lives and those around us. We offer balanced content and spiritual practices from the world's great religions and wisdom traditions, informed by our distinct Unitarian Universalist perspective. Our program currently consists of several recurring offerings supporting life stages and Unitarian Universalist identity; we also host a variety of special programs based on those being offered in the surrounding community, special interest expressed by members, or other opportunities.
Our liberal tradition has never accepted religious claims to know the only truth or the whole truth. We recognize that there are many perspectives, many beliefs, and many truths to be learned and understood. Therefore, religious education for us is a commitment to a lifelong process of learning. ― Rev. Jill McAllister, People’s Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Long, Strange Trip (UU Identity)
As needed, please contact Erica Shadowsong
This six-session video series follows the origins and history of Unitarian Universalism from the earliest beginnings of the Christian church to the multi-faith, liberal religious tradition it is today. Interested? This course will be offered again and periodically at least twice a year. To be notified of the next cycle, contact Erica Shadowsong.
Sunday Morning FORUM
Sundays at 9:30am
FORUM, the Sunday morning lecture series held at First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh, features presentations on topical issues given by distinguished individuals from our congregation and from local universities, organizations, businesses and government.
Self Study Resources
In the in-between-times, use our Adult Faith Development Self-Study Resources web page to inspire, challenge, and create a life of sacred purpose for yourself and enrich the lives of those around you.