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Allegheny Unitarian Universalist Church


We are a welcoming, urban congregation that puts Unitarian Universalism into action by celebrating life, nourishing the spirit, and inspiring a commitment to justice.


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Sunday Worship at Allegheny 

Sunday morning worship at Allegheny offers an opportunity to find spiritual refreshment, inspiration, and joy. All services are currently online only, with a plan for hybrid online and in-person beginning May 15th, 2022.

Services are lay-led by members and friends of the congregation with Rev. Deryck Tines providing a monthly message, typically on the third Sunday. During our other services, we regularly have guest speakers from the wider UU world, the artistic community, and the local justice community. Join us every Sunday for a unique experience.


Soul Space at 10:30 am

Together we create a peaceful space for prayer and reflection. This weekly meditation begins with welcoming words and a time for our prayers and intentions. An invitation to stillness and a period of reflection conclude the service.


Worship Café at 11:00 am

Each week at the Worship Café, Allegheny welcomes a fellow traveler on life’s journey. Café guests share their thoughts and passions to inspire us on the way.


Fellowship at 11:30 am

Time for open community discussion and connection.


Services Every Sunday

10:30 – 11:30 am


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All Are Welcome

You’ll find amazing people here from diverse religious backgrounds and on varied spiritual paths.

We are an LGBTQ Welcoming Congregation.

Reach out to learn about our Religious Education for Children and Youth.

Rev Deryck Tines singing at piano
Stained glass windows inside Allegheny Unitarian Universalist Church
Green ceramic chalice with flowers inside Allegheny Unitarian Universalist Church
Front facade of Allegheny Unitarian Universalist Church

Upcoming Services

May 8 | Gizelxanath Rodriguez

Gizelxanath Rodriguez is an artist/activist/educator and woman of Yaqui descent, daughter of Mexican-Yaqui laborers who migrated to the U.S. in 1989. In 2014, Rodriguez co-founded the Afro Yaqui Music Collective with Ben Barson, a band showcasing futuristic indigenous knowledge and bold fusion. Fluent in six languages, Rodriguez reclaims her identity through research on the Yaqui, and composing in Yoeme—the Yaqui language, and teaching about ecological justice and indigenous rights through performance.

Gizelxanath will be speaking about the importance of matriarchal societies and the urgency to return to a more nurturing way of being—caring for the wellbeing of the earth and our communities.

May 15 | Rev. Deryck Tines

Join us for our first hybrid Worship Café with Rev. Deryck Tines.

May 22 | Youth Worship Sunday

Allegheny’s Lead Religious Educator, Marissa Morrison, hosts a Worship Café presented by the young folks from the congregation’s religious education program.

May 29 | Tim Stevens

Tim Stevens served as president of the NAACP Pittsburgh branch from 1994–2004. He also helped to establish the Black Political Empowerment Project (B-PEP, seated in the Hill District) in 1986, of which he is the current CEO and chairman. The goal of B-PEP is to empower African Americans to vote. Stevens has also made it his goal to address police brutality, lack of opportunity for African Americans and struggles of marginalized communities.

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