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Rev. Joan M. Sabatino, minister of The First Unitarian Universalist Church (First UU) of Indiana, located at 285 Twolick Drive, invited Dr. Michelle Sandhoff to be guest speaker for the congregation to honor of all military troops past and present. … Continue reading
A “Healing Gathering” offered by Rev. Joan M. Sabatino, First Unitarian Universalist Church minister, took place on Friday, April 28, from 12:15 pm-12:45 pm in front on the Indiana County Court House. The gathering was held to bring attention that … Continue reading
The First Unitarian Universalist Church of Indiana (First UU) celebrated the groundbreaking for the new addition on Sunday with a special Sunday morning service followed by a catered lunch for members and guests in the church’s sanctuary. Since the 1970’s, … Continue reading
Looking at the maps on the United States quilt are Ellie Clark; and Justin and Oliver John. This quilt was made in 2004 by the 5th grade students of Eisenhower School, Indiana. It is now owned by the Indiana Historical … Continue reading
The First Unitarian Universalist Church of Indiana, located at 285 Twolick Drive, hosted a reception for their annual quilt show in its sanctuary. The show entitled, “The Warmth of Community, is made up of finely crafted historic and contemporary quilts. … Continue reading
The First Unitarian Universalist Church, 285 Twolick Drive, Indiana, will hold its Annual Holiday Bazaar, Café, and Bake Sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, December 3, featuring local artists and crafters. You are sure to fine the perfect … Continue reading
As part of the Give Away The Plate on Sunday, October 9, Ayn Van Dyke, Kritter Kamp Director, educated First UU members about the importance of helping animals in need.
Congregation members and friends enjoyed an Italian Buffet together after the Pledge Kickoff on October 16, 2016.
Greater Pittsburgh UU members along with First UU members completed community projects during the October 8, 2016, Help Day.
The outdoor labyrinth created an enchanting experience for congregation members at the Harvest Festival and the greater Indiana County Community.
With the help of Jedi Masters, Bill Heberer and James Watta, summer Religious Exploration Jedi trainees erected the First UU Bat House.
On Sunday, October 2, the First Unitarian Universalist Church honored the over fifty “Original Builders” who together worked to establish the church at 285 Twolick Drive, Indiana. Special speakers for the group were Lori Rittle and George Bieger. Sara Steelman … Continue reading
The First Unitarian Universalist Church (First UU) Religious Exploration (RE) students mastered Jedi skills over the course of the summer. Our little First UU students or Padawans learned to master Jedi skills from our Jedi Masters A Padwan is a … Continue reading
Visitors to the Farmer’s Market Community Tent were able to pick up information concerning First UU.
Liz Cook and Ruth Thomas were one of the team groups to represent First Unitarian Universalist at the Farmer’s Market.
Working Together to STOP Hunger in Indiana County with the purpose of this First UU Social Action activity.
A huge number of donations were made to sale. Shown are Lois Young, Sandy Whitson, Nonna Randal, and Faye Bradwick.
Joy Behr, coordinator for the Love Basket program, is shown accepting food and a check for $904 to assist those in food distress at the First Unitarian Universalist (First UU) Church of Indiana. During the summer months, the First UU … Continue reading
Former IUP music professor and jazz musician, Dr. Carl Adams, and Rev. Joan M. Sabatino are shown preparing for the September 9th Sunday Service. The traditional Water Ingathering Ceremony service will be followed by the “Debut our Expansion” celebration in … Continue reading
The Flower Ceremony is an annual Unitarian Universalist ritual that celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community. In this ceremony, everyone in the First UU congregation brings a flower. Each person places a flower on the altar or in a … Continue reading
Religious Exploration children prepare to bring the colorful flower bouquets brought by First UU members to the front altar. Joe Cook, is shown with the church banner which led the parade of children and flowers.
Penny Vick, Religious Exploration Director, shown at the pulpit thank those RE teachers who were at services on June 12, 2006. Shown are Liz Cook, Kelly Patchell, Anne McGowan, Dave Ferguson, and Brandon Vick. Thanks to all RE teachers for … Continue reading