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Black Lives UU Teach In


On Sunday, April 30, join a large, growing group of Unitarian Universalists who will shift our regularly scheduled Sunday morning worship to participate in a teach-in on racism and white supremacy. On this Sunday, you and your UU community will be participating with thousands of UUs around the country in this large-scale historic action. This call … Continued

Recent News

  • Annual Stewardship

    You should have received your Annual Stewardship materials by now. If you haven’t done so, please return your pledge forms as soon as possible to give our Treasurer time to prepare a realistic budget proposal for 2017-2018 prior to the Town Hall meeting, on Sunday, May 21.

  • Town Hall Meeting – Sunday May 21

    There will be a Town Hall Meeting on May 21 at 11:30 to answer questions and discuss the proposed 2017-2018 budget.

Upcoming Events

  • ESUUC Day Time Book Club

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

  • New UU Class – Fri, Apr 28, 7pm

    A “New UU” Class is scheduled for Friday, April 28 from 7pm to 9pm at the home of Jennifer and Alan H. …not far from the church. (Full address will be provided when you RSVP.) Recent attender/visitor/members of ESUUC are welcome along with anyone else who would like to come along.  Childcare will be available. ...

  • Beltane Celebration

    This year’s celebration will be held on Saturday, April 29 at 7 PM, at the church. For more information, click here

  • Esoterica East Spring Renewal, Saturday, May 6, 11AM-4PM

    The fourth Esoterica East: Handmade Crafts and Spirit Fair will take place at ESUUC on Saturday, May 6, 2017. We will explore the theme of “Spring Renewal” and its iterations, showcasing craft vendors specializing in gardens and patios and the outdoors; natural, green, organic, and recycled; Mother’s ...

  • Labyrinth & Church Garden Work Day

    On Saturday, May 20, the green committee will sponsor an outside clean-up day. We will spruce up the Labyrinth and the gardens around church. For more information, see the April newsletter


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