NEXT SERVICE

Thanks, But No Thanks: Freedom and Discipline

Rev. Jay Abernathy

This service will explore how freedom is not as much a right as it is a goal and a challenge. During this Thanksgiving holiday, perhaps it is appropriate not to be grateful for freedom but to be thankful for the opportunity to strive for freedom. As William Ellery Channing, one or our UU “saints,” put it 150 years ago, religion is one discipline for obtaining freedom, perhaps the most important.

Dec. 16. 8-11 p.m. The Jazz Conspiracy with Doug Reichenfeld. Big Band sound for every age!

 Students: $5 // Adults: $15

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One World Multicultural Celebration!

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Upcoming Events

Who are we? We are UUs!

Reflection

Rev. Jim's reflection on the Las Vegas shooting on Oct. 1, 2017, is available here.

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Sunnyhill is in the news! Click here to read a PDF of an article appearing October 27, 2017, in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. A huge "Thank you!" to John Armstrong for writing press releases and arranging the interview with Rev. Jim and DRE Jen.

Together in Harmony

Click to listen to Together In Harmony: A Children's Songbook. Prepared by Elise Reichenfeld with illustrations by Claire Pullen.

Women's March Poster

Claire Pullen designed a poster for the Women's March. Download the poster for free. Please acknowledge Claire as the artist.

Chalice Circles

Sign-ups for the 2017-18 Chalice Circles are complete. Please contact Nanette ASAP if you are interested in joining a Chalice Circle this fall. If you are a visitor considering membership and think you might be interested in a later start date, please contact Nanette. More information about Chalice Circles available hereEmail Nanette.

Mt. Lebo Unity Rally

To read coverage by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, click here.