Category: Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees announces the First Unitarian Church Annual Congregational Meeting on Sunday, May 21, 2023, 12:15 p.m., via Zoom and/or in-person in the Sanctuary.
This is a great opportunity to hear of our exciting year since the 2022 Annual Meeting. There will be many … read more.
First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh welcomes everyone as we strive to be radically inclusive and keep our most vulnerable … read more.
Why: To discuss a proposed Bylaws amendment that would allow Trustees to serve two (2) consecutive terms.
When: Sunday, March 5, 2023 – 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Where: via Zoom (link will be sent on Saturday, March 4, 2023)
You are invited to attend a Special Congregational Meeting on … read more.
We ended the year in a reasonable financial position and slightly better than we budgeted for. This allowed us to incur a smaller-than-expected net operating loss and less reliance on reserve funds than we had planned for. Although the church has begun to reopen, we … read more.
The Board of Trustees met via Zoom on Wednesday, October 20, 2021. Jim Pashek joined as guest.
The vote on changes to 2021 Budget was presented by Kyle Gracey. The budget has been adjusted now that we have accurate information about the cost of the Minister’s … read more.
Our finances are in an OK position going into the last quarter of the year. Although we continue to suffer losses due to the pandemic, we are still generally operating as budgeted for the year. All information below is as of September 30.
Assets and Liabilities
Asset … read more.
Our finances are in a reasonable position after the first half of 2021. Although we continue to suffer losses due to the pandemic, we are generally operating as budgeted for the year. All information below is as of June 30.
Assets and Liabilities
Asset balances add up … read more.
Dear First Unitarian Members,
As you may know, the Board of Trustees voted at its March 17, 2021, meeting to
repay the federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan that the First Unitarian
Church of Pittsburgh received in April 2020 rather than to seek loan forgiveness.
The $71,200 loan (along … read more.
Our finances are holding up after the first quarter of 2021. Although we continue to suffer losses due to the pandemic, we have successfully planned the cuts and other adjustments necessary to navigate these impacts. While the proliferation of vaccines offers hope, the complete impact … read more.
We ended the fiscal and calendar year in an OK position. In summary, and as expected, we ended with a net loss, though somewhat less of a loss than budgeted. We still have a healthy amount of money in our accounts to pay bills. More … read more.