There is indeed a category of jazz deemed sacred. In their last decades of life several jazz greats composed sacred jazz; e.g. settings of the Mass (Mary Lou Williams), oratorios (Dave Brubeck) and scared song such as Duke Ellington’s Come Su... Read More ›
Join Voces Solis at 2pm on Sunday, October 30 at St. Paul's for a special performance, "it is life that has no limits: Reflections on Death and Life. The concert, featuring John Sheppard’s inimitable Libera Nos and John Tavener’s Song for At... Read More ›
Sunday’s 10:45 am anthem is by Tommy Starr. Currently a junior at Youngstown State University majoring in music composition, he composed a piece that blends portions of the text of the Kyrie eleison and the Gloria in excelsis. The music is h... Read More ›
Old St. Luke's will present Academy Chamber Ensemble with harpist Christine Mazza of Harp & Hunt playing the Music of Beethoven and Mozart on Sunday, October 30 at 2 p.m. Free admission; donations gratefully accepted. Read More ›
It would seem as if today's Gospel needs no sermon. Luke, it seems, follows the classic sermon-writing instructions in this particular passage.
First, you tell them what you're going to say: "Jesus told his disciples a parable about their need ... Read More ›
Sunday at 10:45 we will hear Felix Mendelssohn at the prelude and at the offertory. There is something about the sound of Mendelssohn. Technically, you hear well crafted and woven lines as Bach might unfold in a fabric of sound like a cantata c... Read More ›
The window for candidates submitting applications closed October 10th and the search committee is beginning to review applications and entering a discernment phase as we prayerfully consider many candidates. Since late August, St. Pauls’ Narrati... Read More ›
Don’t Be Left Out – Find Your Gifts - Connect to Your Joy
(and maybe win a prize, too!)
As Episcopalians, we believe that each person is created by God and endowed with certain gifts. These gifts make them unique in their ability to share ... Read More ›
A MESSAGE FROM YOUR SENIOR WARDEN
AS WE LOOK FORWARD AT ST. PAUL'S
As I complete my eighth month as your Senior Warden, I am still learning much about the role of this lay position in the Episcopal Church.
My KDKA colleague Marty Griffin jokes ... Read More ›