Four Noble Truths
On Sunday, March 23, Buddhism: Four Noble Truths, was the Deepening Our Spirits focus. Josiah Gromley,… [Click here to read more]
Ned Wert’s art exhibition
The First Unitarian Universalist Church of Indiana (First UU), 285 Twolick Drive, invites the community… [Click here to read more]
Drum Circle Musical Play
First UU members and friends participated in a Drum Circle Call to Worship in celebrating Final Farewells… [Click here to read more]
Power Pack Donation ICCAP
Aimee Kemp, coordinator of the Indiana County Community Action Program (ICCAP) Power Pack Program, is… [Click here to read more]
Women’s History Month
Dr. Laurie Roehrich, IUP Psychology professor recently spoke to the congregation to celebrate Women’s… [Click here to read more]
Sharing musical talents
Dr. Linda Jennings, Cello, and Lori Rittle, piano shared their musical talents with the congregation… [Click here to read more]
The First UU annual quilt show
The First UU annual quilt show, “The Warmth of Community,” was made up of finely crafted historic… [Click here to read more]
Power Pack Group
The Social Justice Project for the Religious Education (RE) and congregation at large is collaborating… [Click here to read more]
The Five Pillars of Islam
The Five Pillars of Islam had guest lecturer, Dr. Harold Morales, IUP World Religions professor, was… [Click here to read more]
The Power Pack Program
India Krug, Religious Education class spokesperson at the lectern, along with members of the RE class,… [Click here to read more]
Welcome to the
First UU Church of Indiana, PA!
First UU is a strong and vibrant Unitarian Universalist congregation in Indiana, Pennsylvania. We are a congregation of people who seek the truth, strive for a better world, and commit ourselves to right relations and thoughtful living. Our congregation has been a beacon for free minds, acceptance, and social justice for over half a century. First UU is a “beloved community” built on a covenant of shared commitment, where individuals and families can grow and learn in an atmosphere of regard and respect. We welcome you to explore what we can offer you and our community.
We gather together each Sunday morning at 10:30 AM for Worship. From Labor Day through Memorial Day, our children and teens join us for the beginning of our worship service before moving to the Religious Education classroom wing for age-appropriate lessons.
A social hour for deeper conversations and connections follows each service.
We are proud to be a UUA CERTIFIED WELCOMING CONGREGATION!