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Leona D and Melissa AF, as Social Justice Co-chairs, continue their discussion of the Black Lives Matter movement, systemic racism and white supremacy in our country. Stepping out of your comfort zone to have the conversations that really matter.

Recent News

  • Annual Cluster Assembly November 4

    Our biggest connection with other UU congregations is the Greater Pittsburgh Cluster, which is comprised of 11 UU Congregations.  It’s a great way to meet and network with other area UUs. Childcare is provided. For more information see here

  • Adult Religious Education – IMPORTANT

    The Adult RE Class that originally was scheduled to begin on October 22nd will now start on November 5th.  A reminder of the date change will be in the E-blast. More information about the class can be found here 

  • Ministerial Search – IMPORTANT
    The Search Committee will be holding focus groups on 2 days.  Sunday, October 22nd from 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm and Thursday, October 26th from 7 pm to 8:15 pm at the church.
    The purpose of this Focus Group meeting is to:
    o Collect information specific to inform the quarter time ...

Upcoming Events

  • ESUUC Day Time Book Club

    Meets the 1st Tuesday of the month at 1 pm at Panera, Penn Center Monroeville.

  • Esoteric East – Autumn

    Saturday, October 28th from 11 am to 4 pm.  Handmade Crafts, art, jewelry, unique gifts, holistic therapies and more…

  • “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. The sessions begin on November 5th. For more information, see Adult Programs

  • Movie Night – An Inconvenient Truth

    The Green Congregation Committee will be showing this film on Saturday, October 14, 7pm at the Church.  For more inofmratoin see the October newsletter.

  • Circle of the Earth Celebration – Samhain

    This year’s celebration will be held on Saturday, November 4, 7pm at the church.  For more information, click here


I've been a member of ESUUC for 18 years. In my time as a member, we've had three different locations, and with each move we've learned more. I've made many strong friendships through the church, and have enjoyed getting to know everyone. It's been a great community for my family, and I look forward to being involved for many more years to come. Kathy R. Would you like to see your testimonial here? Send it to