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UUs of Greater Pittsburgh 2018 Partnership Conference

This special workshop will build on the success of our June 2017 collaboration event as well as the November 2017 Annual Assembly. We will look at some of the different forms that partnership can take, and examine some of the examples and information we have from various UU congregations. As our congregations grow and change, we will consider possible areas of collaboration and determine possib...

Daring Democracy and March on Harrisburg Book Tour

Adam Eichen, co-author with Frances Moore Lappe of the 2017-18 UUA Common Read book Daring Democracy: Igniting Power, Meaning, and Connection for the America We Want, will be joining March On Harrisburg for a speaking tour and democracy training hosted by Unitarian Universalist Churches across Pennsylvania. The forum will include a speech from Eichen, March On Harrisburg Executive Director Rabb...

Rev. Renee Waun - A Life In Ministry

Rev. Renee Waun shares her reflections on A Life In Ministry at the 2017 Annual Assembly of the UUs of Greater Pittsburgh. With members of the Steel City Ukuleles performing 'Magic Penny'.

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2017 Annual Assembly Speaker: Deryck Tines

The Reverend Deryck Tines is Executive Pastor at Living Waters International Churches in Clairton and Pittsburgh. He is CEO of The UHIMWE Alliance which provides programs and services for same gender loving men of color in the Greater Pittsburgh region. He is Founding Director of the Lemington Gospel Chorale of Pittsburgh, Chairman of the Board of the Afro American Music Institute in Homewood,...

2017 Annual Assembly Speaker: Rev. Renee Waun

After early years as a public shool and Montessori teacher Rev. Renee Waun received a Masters of Divinity from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. She served First United Methodist Church for almost 20 years while moonlighting as a Chaplain in the U.S. Army Reserve. By 1999 she was by her estimation a "full-blown heretic" and had published More Than Welcome: Learning to Embrace Gay, Lesbian, Bise...