What are the current COVID-19 Guidelines?

2022-05-04T13:28:53-04:00

Church Reopening on Sunday Mornings  Effective Sunday, October 3, 2021, UUCNH will reopen for Sunday morning services.  Services will still be available via live stream, as will virtual coffee hour.  For those that want to attend in person, PLEASE REVIEW THE COMPLETE IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE POLICY by CLICKING HERE.  

What are the current COVID-19 Guidelines?2022-05-04T13:28:53-04:00

What are Sunday Services Like?

2021-11-01T16:30:57-04:00

Our Sunday services are a great way to begin to get to know us better. Services focus on a wide variety of religious, philosophical, personal, and social issues. Sunday services typically include music, meditation and prayer, hymns, readings, and a sermon. They are led by our minister, our musicians, and a weekly Lay Leader. Occasionally, [...]

What are Sunday Services Like?2021-11-01T16:30:57-04:00

When and where are services held?

2021-11-01T16:32:09-04:00

Services are held every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and typically last until 11:40 p.m. Our address is 2359 West Ingomar Road Pittsburgh, PA 15237. During the COVID Pandemic and/or until our building is reopened you can view our online services thru YouTube by CLICKING HERE. Services are immediately followed by Isolation-Buster Zoom Coffee Hour by [...]

When and where are services held?2021-11-01T16:32:09-04:00

Where is Our Location and Directions

2021-11-01T16:33:42-04:00

Directions from Pittsburgh: Take Rt. 279 North out of the city. After approximately 13 miles Rt. 279 will merge with Rt. 79 North. Take Exit #73 (Wexford). Get in the far right lane as you exit and turn right at the light onto Rt. 910 (Wexford Bayne Road).  Take the first immediate right onto Brandt [...]

Where is Our Location and Directions2021-11-01T16:33:42-04:00

Is your church really an old dairy barn?

2021-11-01T16:35:09-04:00

Yes! Though it is hard to tell from the inside, 50 years ago, a group of people spinning a church of First Unitarian Church downtown bought an old dairy barn and converted it into a church. Since then there have been several renovations and additions, but we are quite proud of our building’s unique history.

Is your church really an old dairy barn?2021-11-01T16:35:09-04:00

Is the church accessible for those with disabilities?

2022-01-19T11:57:17-05:00

Yes. Our church is accessible in many ways to those with disabilities and special needs: Large print orders of service are available Hearing assist receivers are available. We have a hearing loop for those with compatible hearing aids Handicapped parking and Sunday morning curbside assistance provided by Greeters Wheelchairs and walkers are available We have [...]

Is the church accessible for those with disabilities?2022-01-19T11:57:17-05:00

How can I learn more about the Unitarian Universalist Church of the North Hills?

2022-01-08T13:09:20-05:00

Please stop by our visitors center and pamphlet racks next to the entryway. You can sign our visitor's book and receive our monthly newsletter and/or our weekly e-news. You can also sign up for these here on the website. The “About Us Section of this website has a lot more information about our church. The [...]

How can I learn more about the Unitarian Universalist Church of the North Hills?2022-01-08T13:09:20-05:00

How do I meet other people?

2021-11-01T16:40:17-04:00

Attend a service and stop by the Visitor Table in the foyer. Stay for coffee and conversation following the service. Sign up for a class in Adult Education. Join a fellowship group. Work with a committee. Talk to the minister. Contact a member of the Connections Team. There are lots of ways to get involved [...]

How do I meet other people?2021-11-01T16:40:17-04:00

Are my beliefs welcome?

2021-11-01T16:41:05-04:00

We embrace diversity of religious background and belief. Here you are affirmed for who you are. And challenged to become your best self. Here you can grow and change within a community of faith that grows and changes with you, that asks tough questions and offers real service, that helps you to live a more [...]

Are my beliefs welcome?2021-11-01T16:41:05-04:00
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