We offer two locations – one of them is virtual
The Global Pandemic has changed the face of worship and fellowship. As a matter of necessity and for the benefit of public health, we started virtual services at UUCNH. Along with the virtual services, UUCNH is also holding their Sunday services at the church. Join us each Sunday at 10:30 am in the West Room or by YouTube.
The memorial garden is primarily a place to remember those who were important in our lives, a place of spiritual repose, a place of connection between then and now, and a place for contemplation of what comes next.
The first cremains interred on our grounds in 1983 were those of Jane E. Springer, a founding member of our church. The pergolas and stone pier with chalice sculpture were installed by the Memorial Garden Committee in 2000-2001. The graceful bronze chalice within the entwined Unitarian and Universalist circles, set atop a natural stone pillar, became the focal point for the garden in November 2003.
Over the last few months we have been making progress on the reconstruction of our memorial garden.
In fall 2019 the Memorial Garden Committee asked Pashek + MTR to revise the design for the Memorial Garden area alone, to preserve the pergolas and stone pier. The revised proposal was presented for a congregational vote and was approved in 2020 and work has proceeded on this plan. You can see the complete plan by clicking the button below.
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 School Road. Go 2.6 miles and turn right onto West Ingomar Road. The entrance to the church is approximately one-half mile down the road on the right.
Directions from North:
Take Rt. 79 South to Exit #73 (Wexford). Make a left onto Rt. 910 (Wexford Bayne Road). At the second light make a right onto Brandt School Road. Go 2.6 miles and turn right onto West Ingomar Road. The entrance to the church is approximately one-half mile down the road on the right.