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Our Upcoming Services- 10:30 am

We have both In-Person and Zoom services. If you would like to attend on Zoom, send an email request to karlice@atlanticbb.net with Zoom link for UUFLV Service in the Subject Line. For a list of our Sunday speakers, please click on the “Sunday Services” tab below. Come join us!
What Are Unitarian Universalists?

What Are Unitarian Universalists?

We are Unitarian Universalists, people of many backgrounds who have different beliefs, but shared values. Together, we offer a guided path towards a better you and a better world.

Who We Are

Who We Are

We are a voice of liberal religion in the Laurel Highlands. We are diverse in our faith views, but united in our common UU Principles. We believe in community action and caring for one another. We are a welcoming community with love, peace and justice to guide us.

What We Do

What We Do

The UU's of the Ligonier Valley pride ourselves in being involved in our community. We work to support the food bank, fight for equal justice for minorities and the LGBTQ community, work toward improving the environment and enhancing the safety of the community. If you believe in these things, come join us.

UUFLV News

UUFLV Cottage For Sale

After approval by the membership, the UUFLV cottage located next to the Fellowship building at 356 Greenacres Lane, is now for sale. The list price is $125,000. Open Houses may be scheduled from time to time. If you would like a tour of the property, please contact Don Kramer or Kara Boyd at Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, 115 S Market Street, Ligonier, PA 15658. 724-454-4060. Pictures and more information here.  

Ligonier Food Pantry Commitment

July 14— 50 Plastic Jars of Mayo. August 11—- 50 Plastic Bottles of Ketchup or Mustard. September 15— 50 Plastic Jars of Peanut Butter. October 13— 50 Packages of Cake or Cookie Mix. December 15— 50 Cans of Hearty Soup with Pull Tab Lid. Fresh Express—Monday, St. Michael’s in Rector, May 6 at 3pm.    

How the Word is Passed Events

Clint Smith, author of How the Word is Passed: A Reckoning With the History of Slavery Across America, will appear at a virtual event on March 20 at 7 pm. For information on this, see the Westmoreland Reads website or email knmak1019@gmail.com. Before the event, there will be a series of book discussions. You may choose either a Monday or a Wednesday evening on each part of the book, or come to both! Feb 5 and 7- Monticello Plantation, The Whitney Plantation, Angola Prison and Blandford Cemetery. Feb. 26 and 28- Galveston Island, New York City, Goree Island and the Epilogue. The Zoom link for the book discussions are: https://zoom.us/j/8846210872?pwd=SUNmc1ZJQWJCbkNZdGszeURERWU1dz09

Mission: Pursuing justice by voting, advocating and making just public policies

UUJusticePA is working for real change for real people. Our members help sustain the fight for justice for all in Pennsylvania. We hope you’ll consider joining or making a donation today. We also invite you to sign up for our FREE email list, which will provide you with Action Alerts, social justice news, and other vital information — at NO cost. However you choose to help, we thank you.

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