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St. Francis in the Garden Vacation Bible Camp - July 6 through July 10St. Francis in the Garden Vacation Bible Camp - July...   It's time for St. Paul's Vacation Bible Camp! Join us for St. Francis in the Garden July 6 - July 10 1pm - 3:30 pm daily Share love for all of creation and learn...

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Tai Chi for Health: Summer ScheduleTai Chi for Health: Summer Schedule Tai Chi for Health at St. Paul's Taught by Gurney Bolster, MA, Registered Dance/Movement Therapist, Senior Trainer, Tai Chi for Health Institute, Certified Instructor,...

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Sharing Blessings, Changing LivesSharing Blessings, Changing Lives Sharing our blessings, changing lives.  That's what we're about at St. Paul's. Enjoy a slideshow showing just a glimpse of that by CLICKING HERE!      

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Recent Articles
Changing Lives – a Lenten series on Outreach

Changing Lives – a Lenten series on Outreach

How are we changing lives at St. Paul’s, our own lives and the lives of those around us? Join us in the Parish Hall every Sunday morning at 9:30am during Lent to find out! Feb. 17 – Jim Guffey discusses the mission of South Hills Interfaith Ministry (SHIM) Feb. 24 - Pat & Carolyn Hurd, Lindsay & Lauren Beggs... 

Friends of Music Concert on February 17

Friends of Music Concert on February 17

Friend of Music Concert Sunday, February 17 at 3:00 p.m. Music for Brass, Organ & Percussion    Featuring West Point US Military Band’s West Point Brass‐ Staff Sergeant Bill Owens, Trumpet and Staff Sergeant Curtis Starr, Trombone   Accompanied by Douglas Starr, organ and... 

Christian Responses to Guns and Violence

Christian Responses to Guns and Violence

Recent events have raised many questions about the amount of violence, and particularly gun violence, in our society. According to a recent study, violence is one of the main reasons that American life expectancy is lower than that of other developed nations. How might Christians respond to such news? Lou and Michelle will be... 

Join us for the Bible Challenge in 2013

Join us for the Bible Challenge in 2013

Want to become more familiar with the Bible and connect with many others who are doing the same thing? You might want to consider the Bible Challenge, edited by Marek Zabriskie. This Bible study program offers aids and guides to read the entire Bible in the course of one year.The book is set up like our Bible 365 was –... 

New Habitat for Humanity Project

New Habitat for Humanity Project

Based on the success of the 2010 Habitat for Humanity project, the diocesan Social Justice and Outreach Committee (SJOC) has identified and plans to adopt another house to renovate in partnership with Habitat in 2013. An informational program will be held on Sunday, January 13th, at Calvary Episcopal Church, East Liberty,... 

Meet John Feurerstein, our Postulant for Holy Orders

Meet John Feurerstein, our Postulant for Holy Orders

Join us on Sunday, January 13 at 9:40 a.m. to meet and hear John discuss his journey towards ordination to the Diaconate. John was nominated by the Vestry and Lou to be a postulant, was granted Postulancy by the Bishop, and is in his second year of the School for Diaconal Ministry which meets several weekends each semester... 

Prayers for the victims of tragedy

Prayers for the victims of tragedy

A Sermon on the Tragedy of Newtown Third Sunday of Advent St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Mt. Lebanon, PA The Rev. Louis B. Hays, Rector   Why did it happen? How could it have happened? What, if anything, can we do to prevent future tragedies? Today the children of Newtown are our children. The grief of their parents... 

Christmas Party for Children with Special Needs and their Families

Christmas Party for Children with Special Needs and their Families

Christmas Party for Children with Special Needs and their Families Saturday, December 15 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. The Special Needs Ministry invites all children with special needs and their families to join us for a Christmas Party! The party will feature a pot luck dinner (if possible, please bring something to share),... 

Advent Quiet Day – Saturday December 1

Advent Quiet Day – Saturday December 1

Prepare the Way of the Lord! A Spiritual Opportunity   “And the crooked shall be made straight, and the rough ways made smooth; and all flesh shall see the salvation of God.”  Luke 3:6  Before the madness of the shopping season sets in… before the stress of holiday preparations…   Come... 

Flunking Sainthood: a new discussion series based on the book by Jana Riess

Flunking Sainthood: a new discussion series based on the book by Jana Riess

Do Christian spiritual practices from the ancient times offer any help in today’s hectic world, or are they irrelevant? Join us for a discussion series on Jana Riess’ book Flunking Sainthood: A Year of Breaking the Sabbath, Forgetting to Pray, and Still Loving My Neighbor. This lighthearted memoir follows one... 

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