Here at UUCNH we experience and share in many traditions, with the common threads being loving and sharing.

Mother Teresa says it best:

A Lifelong Sharing

Love cannot remain by itself – it has no meaning.
Love has to be put into action and that action is service.
Whatever form we are,
able or disabled,
rich or poor,
it is not how much we do,
but how much love we put in the doing;
a lifelong sharing of love with others.

 -Mother Teresa

As we become stewards for UUCNH, we must consider what we can contribute to maintain the community, maintain our building, maintain our employees, our inside and outside activities, and grow our whole organization. We can look to the Unitarian Universalist Association for guidance:

“In making your decision, consider the four commitment levels below and how they relate to your membership. Consider your UU values in thinking about your income and your financial commitment to the congregation, as expressed in the four levels below. Note that within each commitment level, the guide is progressive, with giving levels rising with capacity.

• Supporter: The congregation is a significant part of my spiritual and intellectual life that I want to support. My fair share financial commitment starts at 2% of my income and rises to 6% as my income and capacity rise.

• Sustainer: The congregation is my central community; I am committed to sustaining the programs and ministries of my congregation. My fair share financial commitment starts at 3% of my income and rises to 7% as my income and capacity rise.

• Visionary: My commitment is a clear demonstration of the unique importance of this congregation and of my spiritual principles. My fair share financial commitment starts at 5% of my income and rises to 9% as my income and capacity rise.

• Transformer: I am deeply committed to the congregation; my contribution provides fuel for transformation and is part of my spiritual practices in living out my UU Principles. My fair share financial commitment represents 10% of my income.”

Upcoming Services

Chinmaya Mission Pittsburgh

February 5 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Spiritual growth, positive contributions to society and happiness. Sound familiar? You will be surprised by the number of similarities between UU and Hinduism.  Join us as Satish Muluk from the Mars Chinmaya Temple explains.

Valentine’s Day

February 12 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Who do you love?  Yourself!  How much do you love yourself?  This Much!   Let’s have a love fest for ourselves this Valentine’s day weekend.

Cyclical Nature of All Things

February 19 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Please join some of the members of Sisters in Spirit - our church’s women’s group as we look at the cyclical nature of everything.

She was born in Bruchsal, Germany. He was born in Vienna, Austria. As hidden children, their paths crossed briefly in a French orphanage. This is just a part of their story, separately and together: surviving the Holocaust, fighting Nazis in the French Resistance, and making a new life in America. This is the true story [...]

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