Welcome to the Serve Council at First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh. We hope you can join us to break down divisions, heal isolation, and honor interconnectedness by creating a welcoming and inclusive congregation through service, education, advocacy, and public witness. Unitarian Universalists put our faith into action.
- Alternative Gift Market (AGM)
- East End Cooperative Ministry Shelter Meal
- Habitat for Humanity
- Holiday Toy and Mitten Drive
- Khasi Hills Partnership
- Anti-Racism Task Force
- Green Sanctuary
- Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network (PIIN)
- UUs for Justice in the Middle East (UUJME)
- UUJusticePA formerly UUPLAN
- Welcoming Congregation
Share the Plate
On the third-Sunday of each month, the plate offering is donated. Congregants can nominate a recipient for Share the Plate. Is there an organization you’d like to nominate to be the recipient of our third-Sunday Share the Plate offering? Complete the request form at this link.
Faithify “Thirsty for Water” Launches
The effort our church is leading that Reverend Kate announced at the September 17 service has launched. “Thirsty for Knowledge…Thirsty for Water” is a UUA crowdsourcing campaign to support a very concrete need for the ...Read more
Rev. Kate’s Khasi Hills India Trip
Rev. Kate R. Walker was an honored guest speaker and church ambassador for the October 24 closing ceremony of the 50th Death Anniversary of Rev. Annie Margaret Barr, founder of the school we have sponsored ...Read more
Khasi Hills Partnership Meeting – Come Join Us! 9/10/23 @ 9:00 am.
This will be an especially exciting year with Reverend Kate and Eleanor Mayfield traveling to India in October to represent our church for the 50th Death Anniversary Commemoration of Reverend Annie Margaret Barr, the founder ...Read more
Khasi Hills Partnership news
The Khasi Hills Partnership Team meeting will be held via ZOOM Tuesday, August 15 at 7:30 pm. Please join us as we plan for 2023-2024 and celebrate our successful last fundraising year. We were able ...Read more
Wonderful visit with Nangroi Suting from, Khasi Hills
Rev. Nangroi Suting visited us for about 9 days in mid-June to give us an update on the Annie Margaret Barr School and continue our close partnership. If you missed his sermon, entitled, “The Purpose ...Read more