St. Paul’s is blessed with the largest Children’s Ministry program in the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh. No matter what their age, children will find friends of all ages and a warm, loving environment in which to grow in faith. Our parish community values, supports and ministers to children, respecting the unique perspective children bring to their faith. It is truly through our children’s eyes that we behold the face of God, allowing them to minister to us.
Sheldon Calvary Camp
Many St. Paul's youth and families attend the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh summer camp, Sheldon Calvary Camp. Learn more about Calvary Camp by visiting their website.
Click HERE to registration for our 2016-2017 program year!
Sunday School at St. Paul’s is offered on most Sundays for kids in Pre-K through High School.
You may register your child at any time during the program year.
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For over 50 years, St. Paul’s Episcopal Nursery School has served the children of our community. A warm and enriching place to play, learn, grow and discover, the school has been accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) since 1988. Our preschool curriculum encourages age appropriate independence and self regulation as our educators stri…Read More »
St. Paul’s is an active supporter of Girl Scouts! Troop 57003 is a multi-level troop, from Daisies to Seniors, open to girls in kindergarten through high school. The troop meets on many Sunday afternoons during the program year; plus goes on many exciting outings, camping trips and excursions.
Annually, St. Paul’s opens the Parish Hall for Girl Scout community events such …Read More »
St. Paul’s annual Vacation Bible Camp is a celebration of our love for God and of our fabulous young people! Each year we designate a special theme that engages children and youth in hands-on, experiential, and inspired ministry. We use music, art, storytelling and dramatic play to explore the foundational stories of our faith, our denomination and the role we play in our commu…Read More »