This Sunday

“The Gifts of Neurodiversity”

Livestreamed  at 10:30 am (prelude begins at 10:25)

 As Unitarian Universalists, we preach inclusion.  But is our definition of inclusion broad enough?  Are we accepting and celebrating all people and embracing the beauty that is found in our neurological differences?

Stephanie Pawlowski

Our Minister

We're so happy and privileged that the Rev. Dr. Kate R. Walker joined us as our settled minister beginning in August 2021. We know she will become a valuable member of the entire Pittsburgh community!

Covid-19 Update

First Unitarian Church Ellsworth Our services are now open to a limited number of people with Covid-19 restrictions. If you would like to attend an upcoming service, please use this form to make a reservation. Walk-ins are welcome if fewer than 75 people attend. All attending must follow Covid-19 protocol. To ensure everyone’s safety, per Board policy, no food is allowed in our building at this time.

Climate & Racial Justice

Sunflower We are exploring a congregation-wide one- or two-year focus on environmental justice (climate and justice). This focus would ask all members to spend time on one of four areas: direct action, advocacy, personal and First Unitarian church changes, and education. Contact Rev. Kate to learn more.