Whether or not you’ve been “away” lately, we’ll celebrate the ingathering of this community on the Sunday after Labor Day, as usual! What do you bring to this community from your experience of recent months? If you’d like to participate in a water blessing, please have a small container of water at hand.
A multigenerational worship service. Water ritual by Erica Shadowsong, Director of Lifespan Religious Education; homily by Rev. Connie Grant; music by Ellen Gozion, Instrumental Music Director.
The zoom coffee hour after the Sept 13 service will be a little different this week. Instead of breakout rooms, Brian Junker, chair of the ministerial search committee, will make a short presentation about our search for a new settled minister, and answer any questions you might have. The session will be recorded, so that those who could not attend the coffee hour will be able to watch it at their convenience.
As another election looms, what is the relationship between the church and politics? In this long-term relationship, there have been many ups and downs and some major fights with doors slammed shut. What’s the relationship between Unitarian … read more.
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.
Our annual Ingathering worship will focus on the beauty of the world in our sensational experiences, touch, hearing, visual and intuitive, all to remind us of how important we are to one another. Please bring a … read more.
As we celebrate another Labor Day, we will examine how labor movements, particularly leaders like Saul Alinsky, have influenced today’s churches and the justice movement through organizations such as PIIN (Pennsylvania Interfaith … read more.
The First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh will celebrate the installation of the Church’s settled minister, the Rev. Dr. Kate Walker, on May 15 at 3 p.m. The installation, a sacred service in which a congregation and its minister pledge deep commitments to each other, will … read more.
A multi-generational service of stories and music that celebrates our experience of life’s great mysteries and the Mystery that some call God. This is a service for all ages, and children will remain in the service for its entirety. Erica Shadowsong and Ellen Gozion … read more.
We gather together to start a new church year, a new relationship, in a newly emerging world. A multigenerational annual Gathering of the Waters worship with Rev. Dr. Kate R. Walker and Erica Shadowsong.
Join us this Saturday for an in-person outdoor service, 7 p.m. Winchester Thurston sports field, 555 Morewood Ave. Please wear a mask and engage in physical distancing outside of your COVID safety pod. Bring some water from your home or travels for our collection.
How is a congregation of people like a bouquet of flowers? We’ll honor the unique beauty that each person brings as we celebrate the traditional Unitarian flower communion. Since we can’t exchange flowers in person this … read more.