Upcoming Services

Worship Celebrations in March at 10:30 AM

SUNDAY, March 5 | Women's History Month

Stephanie Pawlowski, Commissioned Lay Minister Candidate. "This I Believe"

 You have probably heard the NPR series, "This I Believe." If you were asked to give a five minute essay on what you believe right now, what would you say? For some Unitarian Universalists identifying what one believes can be a struggle. What do you believe? Has it changed over time or has it stayed static? Are you solid in your beliefs or comfortable in the uncertainty?

SUNDAY, March 12

 The Rev. Dr. David Herndon, Senior Minister. "The Revolutionary and Countercultural Power of Caring Conversation"

A request that we take time to be truly in relationship with one another.
SUNDAY, March 19 
 The Rev. Mark Morrison-Reed. "Crossing the Bridge to Selma"
 In March 1965 when the call came to join the African-American citizens of Selma, Unitarian Universalists responded. Why, despite the risk, did they go? And how did the experience change them, even as it changed the world? Imbedded in the answers to these questions are lessons that will serve as well today as we take up the mantel in striving to make justice a reality.
SUNDAY, March 26
 The Rev. Dr. David Herndon, Senior Minister. "Risk"
"If it's still on your mind," say Paulo Coelho, "it is worth taking the risk." What might this intriguing statement mean? 

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Come to be moved and held in mutual embrace. Come and be made whole.
First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh
605 Morewood Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
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10:30 AM
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