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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.

 

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 at Soul Space, followed by Worship Café.

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.

 

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.

Interior sunlight sanctuary
reflection of lake elizabeth with the words "Come as you are; become who you are inspired to be."
Green ceramic chalice with flowers inside Allegheny Unitarian Universalist Church
Allegheny member Laura Conkle draws a chalice on sidewalk with chalk

Soul Space

The Soul Space spiritual focus for March is The Gift of Transformation.

Worship Café

Feb 18 | Rev. Deryck Tines
Our spiritual focus in this month of February is The Gifts of Justice & Equity. Rev. Deryck joins us at Worship Café in a conversation that weaves this theme into our celebration of Black History Month.

Feb 25 | Erin Perry

Erin Perry has been the executive director of the Legacy Arts Project since 2011. As a graduate of the Katz Graduate School of Business, she applies her academic training within a community setting, utilizing arts as a tool for transformation both individually and collectively. With an extensive teaching background, Erin works with children and adults teaching classes in English, Math, Photography, and Movement. Her focus continues to be grounded in the uplifting of humanity through knowledge of self. She joins Lisa LaRue at Worship Café today.

Mar 3 | Rev. Dr. Daniel Kanter (Livestream)

We again present Rev. Daniel Kanter, Senior Minister at First Unitarian Church of Dallas, in a live streamed presentation from last January: The spiritual practice of saying no is at the root of what a sabbath is. This spiritual discipline can be important as we dive deeper into what sustains us and keeps us going. Join us at Worship Café for this insightful and inspiring reflection.

News & Updates

Our Justice Focus for March and April is Gwen’s Girls

The mission of Gwen’s Girls is empowering girls and young women to have productive lives through holistic, gender-specific programs, education, and experiences. Their vision is one of the girls becoming self-sufficient adults, equipped with the capacity to...

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