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.
Join Us for Sunday Worship in the Sanctuary or Online
Sunday morning worship at Allegheny offers an opportunity to find spiritual refreshment, inspiration, and joy. We worship together in the sanctuary and online through Zoom. For Zoom access, please contact us.
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.
While onsite, persons must wear masks that fully cover both mouth and nose. Please consider wearing a N95 or KN95 mask. We practice social distancing and maintain a six-foot distance between individual or family groups. The church windows will be open during worship to support good ventilation. Food and beverages are not allowed inside the building at this time.
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.
The Soul Space spiritual focus for July is Commitment.
Here are recent and upcoming guests.
July 24 | Rev. Deryck Tines
Rev. Deryck will be sharing his thoughts at the Worship Café as we continue to explore the spiritual theme of Commitment.
July 31 | T.J. Murphy
T.J. is a Pittsburgh native the current executive director of Reel Q, Pittsburgh’s LGBTQ+ Film Festival and the Director of Development at the Pgh Equality Center. He grew up on the North Side in a family committed to public service. TJ is both personally and professionally dedicated to uplifting the image of the LGBTQ+ community in Pittsburgh.
August 7 | James Clarke
Worship Team member and UU ministerial aspirant, James Clarke will share his story about his calling to be a chaplain. James wants to help make a difference in people’s lives, including and especially prisoners, whom society often treats as outcasts. He also hopes to develop a model of chaplaincy that’s designed to meet the spiritual needs of people in the rock music community.