Comforting Those Who Mourn
Excela Health Bereavement Counselor Maureen Ceidro will discuss her work in helping people come to terms with the death of a loved one. She is a popular speaker at our sister congregation in Ligonier, having presented there five times; join us to hear what she’s got to say!
- UUPittsburgh Upcoming Events
There are two very special interactive learning opportunities being presented in the weeks ahead:
— on Saturday March 3 Rev Renee Ruchotzke will lead a two part workshop on interpersonal dynamics and congregational involvement as well as a session on leadership development. This event will run from 9 am to 4:30 pm at the UU ...
- Join the Democracy Movement
First UU Church, in Shadyside, will be hosting a forum featuring speakers to discuss opportunities for organizing in your community. For more information, click here
- Service Projects – Children’s RE
This year the children in RE will be doing a series of service projects. We are asking for your support in these endeavors. For more information, see the Elementary school page
- ESUUC Day Time Book Club
Meets the 1st Tuesday of the month at 1 pm at Panera, Penn Center Monroeville.
- “Spirit of Life” Adult RE
Marianne J and Kathy R will facilitate the “Spirit of Life” curriculum from UUA for the church year 2017-2018. The 9 workshops offer participants space, time, and community to explore their UU spirituality. Sessions on 1st and 3rd Sundays at 12. For more information, see Adult Programs
- Circle of the Earth – Ostara
Meditate upon the ever-moving Wheel of the Year, and celebrate the change of seasons. This year’s ritual will be held on Saturday, March 24 at 7PM. For more information, see the newsletter
- Green Committee – Garden Workshop
On Sunday February 25 after church, the green committee will be holding the first of a two-part workshop on planning for your summer garden. For more information, click here
- Green Committee – Movie
On Saturday April 14 at 6PM the Green Committee will be sponsoring a viewing of “An Inconvenient Sequel, Truth to Power”, with a discussion following the movie. For more information, click here
I joined ESUUC because I wanted my kids to have a religious experience that gave them the freedom to create their own faith. I wasn’t even looking for anything for myself, but I found interesting services, thoughtful discussion, fulfilling volunteer opportunities, and some really terrific friends!
Tabitha H. R.
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