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This service will celebrate our founding members, who, more than 50 years ago, made the bold decision to form a UU congregation in the South Hills of Pittsburgh. What can we learn from their example, and what’s in store for Sunnyhill in the years to come?
Unitarianism and Universalism arose in America as a backlash against the first major American religious revival movement, known as the Great Awakening, in the 18th century. But here in the 21st century American religion is in need of a new kind of revival movement, and UUism may have an important role to play.
Entropy is real and inescapable–everything in the universe falls apart. But despite this fundamental drift toward brokenness, we can work to make things better, and—because of our interconnectedness—the repair work that we do, even on the smallest of scales, has an effect on the whole. (This service will feature music performed by the Silvia Bolognesi … Continued
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Radical Theology of Fred Rogers
Rev. Jim Magaw
Pittsburgh children’s television icon Fred Rogers preached and practiced a radical theology which advocated for cultivating empathy for all, making sure that every child was cared for, and loving your neighbor as yourself. What can we learn from Mr. Rogers today?