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Mind in the Making

Mind in the Making

  Parents – please join us November 6, 13 and 20 for a Wednesday night series, Mind in the Making: the Seven Essential Life Skills Every Child Needs, based on the book by Ellen Galinsky. Hosted jointly by St. Paul’s Episcopal Nursery School and St. Paul’s Children’s Ministry, join Leigh Hernandez... 

Changing Lives

Changing Lives

  "For it is in giving that we receive": The prayer attributed to St. Francis reminds us that by changing the lives of others, we also change ourselves. We at St. Paul’s are truly blessed because we live St. Francis’ credo. Your ongoing financial support through an annual Stewardship pledge makes... 

A Place at the Table – a new series on hunger in America

A Place at the Table – a new series on hunger in America

A Place at the Table Screens at St. Paul’s Episcopal on World Food Day Join us on October 16 as we celebrate World Food Day with a new series on hunger in America featuring the documentary  A Place at the Table  October 16: A Place at the Table October 23: Discussion of the film October 30: How can we... 

Autumn Fest

Autumn Fest

Saturday, October 19 6pm drinks * 6:30 pm buffet dinner   German Beers & Wines Entrees  - locally sourced with a German Flair! Roasted pork loin with herbs German chicken Assorted wursts (hot dogs for kids) with rolls, mustards, horseradish Sides Sauerkraut * Applesauce * Sautéed red cabbage w/apples... 

A Taste of Italy at Mike’s Episcopal Cafe

A Taste of Italy at Mike’s Episcopal Cafe

  The Music Ministry primary fundraiser, Mike’s Episcopal Café, is just around the corner.  On Saturday,October 5 beginning with a reception at 630 p.m., we present:   Taste of Italy: from our Family to Yours Insalata  “The” Ceasar salad-romaine, garlic, EVOO, Parmigiano Reggiano,... 

Blessing of the Animals – October 6

Blessing of the Animals – October 6

Celebrate the Feast of St. Francis! All dogs, cats, and other pets are invited to bring their people to St. Paul’s on Sunday, October 6 for an animal blessing at the 8:45 service. There will be a pet gathering and celebration of animals after the service. For those who prefer not to worship with their pets, there will... 

ECW Bylaws with revisions – posted for general membership review

ECW Bylaws with revisions – posted for general membership review

  BY-LAWS EPISCOPAL CHURCH WOMEN OF ST. PAUL’S EPSICOPAL CHURCH MT. LEBANON, PA OF THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH  UNITED STATES OF AMERICA  DIOCESE OF PITTSBURGH, PA   The Episcopal Church Women of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church acknowledges Canon XXI, January 2013, of the Constitution and Canons of the... 

South Hills Multi-Organist Recital

South Hills Multi-Organist Recital

Sunday, September 15 at 4:00 p.m. South Hills Multi-Organist Recital J.R. Daniels, David Schaap, Alice Lee, Bryan Sable, and Douglas Starr will be playing their favorite organ works at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Each recitalist will play 10‐15 minutes on our wonderful Schantz organ. Free Will Offering will be taken.      Read More →

Summer Singers Concert!

Summer Singers Concert!

What a great event! Enjoy this clip of "O Magnum Mysterium" and other selections from the concert on our StPaulsEpiscopalPgh channel on YouTube! Click HERE to watch and listen now!  Read More →

Calvary Camp September Retreat

Calvary Camp September Retreat

Calvary Camp Teen Retreat with Pittsburgh Youth Initiative (PYI) Friday, September 13 - Sunday, September 15 $30 – please RSVP by September 8 Say goodbye to summer by spending a fun &  meaningful weekend along the beautiful shore of Lake Erie at Sheldon Calvary Camp! Events include: games, service projects, getting... 

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