Topic: Culture

“Who is the Other?” 

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

We’ve entered an era when we are barely able to speak to one another for fear of entering into conflict, anger, and, worst case, dehumanization. Can Unitarian Universalists use our 1st Principle and proposed 8th Principle to … read more.

Celebrating Khasi Spring Festival and Our Partnership

Hear about the indigenous roots of our Khasi Hills Unitarian sisters and brothers in India, including the spring festival, Shad Suk Mynsiem. Nandanik Dance Troupe will be performing, culminating with a festival dance in the garden. Maureen Porter of our Khasi Hills Partnership Team is … read more.

“A Kinder Neighborhood”

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

A homily in songs and stories from Pittsburgh singer-songwriter and educator Mark Williams, who aspires to create kinder neighborhoods by working in harmony with neighbors and with creation. Liturgist Melody Platz. Additional music by Ellen Gozion, … read more.

“Women & Religion in the UUA”

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

In the 1960s and 1970s UU women became increasingly upset by the dominant use of non-inclusive language including references to the dignity of men, ideals of brotherhood, love to man, and cooperation with men of good … read more.

“Minding Nature”

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

An exploration about how we might heal our relationships with each other and with the planet.

Rev. Renee Ruchotzke, guest speaker.  Music by guest pianist Nanette Solomon.  Bryan Bandli and Stephanie Pawlowski, liturgists.

Rev. Renee Ruchotzke has served … read more.

“LGBTQIA+ Pride”

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

Homily by Bekezela Mguni, guest speaker.  Music by Kris Rust, Vocal Music Director. 

Bekezela Mguni is a queer Trinidadian artist, radical librarian, community organizer, and educator. She holds an MLIS from the University of Pittsburgh. Bekezela is a Boom Concepts studio member, … read more.