Unitarian Universalists of Greater Pittsburgh

UUs of Greater Pittsburgh

There are 11 congregations and nearly 1100 Unitarian Universalists in and around Pittsburgh PA. We invite you to get to know us in person! We also host a Facebook community and post our latest news to Twitter.

UUCSJ-BorderLinks Arizona Border Lands Journey set for 2017

Over February 25 to March 2 2017 a group of UUs from Greater Pittsburgh and beyond will undertake a Border Justice & Solidarity through Sanctuary journey to Tucson Arizona that will offer a unique opportunity for witness, learning, and growth. Human rights are at stake on the border between the United States and Mexico. In partnership with BorderLinks, the UU College of Social Justice has designed a journey that explores the entwined issues of economic justice and immigration along the border. The experience will be grounded in theological reflection and contemplative practice, helping ...

Let Freedom Sing! Concerts set for January 2017

The 10th Annual Let Freedom Sing! Concert Celebrations of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday celebrating unity and diversity through music will be Saturday January 14 at Ebenezer Baptist Church and Monday January 16 at the Byham Theater. Both begin at 7pm. The Let Freedom Sing! concerts are led by Kris Rust and Rev. Dr. Herbert V.R.P. Jones. Featured artists will be Vanessa German and the Heritage Gospel Chorale of Pittsburgh, Dr. Herbert Vincent-Ricardo Pea’dro Jones, Director. They will be joined by Pittsburgh's High School for the Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA), Brashear Hig...

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Rev. Mark Morrison-Reed on The Selma Awakening

This event has been CANCELLED! Read the note from Rev. Herndon: www.facebook.com/groups/UUPittsburgh/permalink/1027236134069466 Later this month Rev. Mark Morrison-Reed will be at First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh to present The Selma Awakening: How the Civil Rights Movement Tested and Changed Unitarian Universalism. Given Unitarian Universalism's uneven engagement in race relations, it was not the most natural thing in the world for so many Unitarian Universalists to rush to Selma. Why did they go and what role did they play? Why, after Selma, was Unitarian Universalism unprepare...

We're Growing on Meetup!

The Meetup group for the UUs of Greater Pittsburgh at www.meetup.com/UUPittsburgh now has almost 300 people - UUs and non-UUs - interested in the events and meetups we share! If your congregation is hosting a public (ie not just for members) event, please submit to calendar @ uupittsburgh.org so we can post it!

2016 Cluster Assembly set for Nov 5

The 2016 Greater Pittsburgh Cluster Assembly of the Unitarian Universalists of Greater Pittsburgh will be on Saturday November 5 at the First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh. Join together with local UUs as we worship, sing, connect, share, listen, learn, and grow in community! During the morning, we've assembled a panel of speakers who will reflect on "The Future of Our Democracy". Many feel that the democratic foundation of our nation is threatened. By money, by corporate influence, by a rollback of voting rights, by political gridlock, by partisan media, by voter apathy. Some have ca...