Free Concert For a Loving Community
Our next Friends of Music Concert on Sunday Nov. 18 at 4:00 pm is different from all others. If you enjoy the songs of indie pop, the free expression of jazz and the rhythms of slam poetry, this concert is for you! Why? - “Because it is a concert of unity!” This multi-faceted celebration of community, and love across difference features a free performance, including:
NAT28 Music Ensemble
State Representative Dan Miller
Bower Hill Presbyterian Church
Unitarian Universalist Church of the South Hills
Temple Emanuel of South Hills
We are excited to be part of a community working to end discrimination, as loving our neighbors is one of our most cherished values.
Beer & Hymns & Pig Roast! Friday, November 9, 7:30pm St. Paul’s is hosting Diocesan Convention, so join us for a very special Diocesan Convention dinner! We are combining two fun events – a version of our annual Pig Roast, and Beer & Hymns (featuring favorite Calvary Camp songs). Mark your calendar today.
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Drop by for food, drink, fun and fellowship with our Rector, Noah, and his family, Sara, Isaiah and Adah and also parishioners from Sara's parish, St. John, Carnegie. All are welcome to come to the annual informal Advent gathering!
*Please bring gloves, hats for socks for the Cathedral Homeless Walk-In Ministry.
Beer and Carols! Wednesday, December 5, 7:00—9:00 pm
Caliente Pizza & Drafthouse, 329 Castle Shannon Boulevard, Mt. Lebanon PA 15228
Do you enjoy Beer & Hymns? Or do you like to sing Christmas carols?
You're going to LOVE this event!
All ages welcome, food and drinks of all kinds for purchase.
St. Paul's Parishioner John Lenkey, a Board Member of Photo Antiquities Museum at 531 East Ohio St. (Northside), invites you to a special end-of-the year exhibition beginning November 1. Come and view more than 100 photos of the four commercial Pittsburgh airports from 1920-1939. There are photos of all the airplanes that landed in them, racing planes, and more. The exhibit features women in aviation - especially Helen Richey of McKeesport the first commercial pilot for Central Air Lines (now United Air Lines), flying a Ford Tri-motor Washington D.C. to Detroit. There are many stories, photos and biographies to see. The museum is open from noon to 5 p.m. daily (closed Tuesday and Sunday). Call 412-231-7881 for information about guided tours. SHOW YOUR ST. PAUL's Sunday bulletin for discounted admission ($5 instead of $10).
Book Club - Friday November 9, 1pm, Lounge This Month’s book is “Before We Were Yours” by Fran Roberti.
Pickwick Boys – Thursday, November 15, noon, Gianna Via in Caste Village. Join a group of (mostly!) retired St. Paul’s men for food & fellowship. To RSVP, or if you have any questions, contact your host Art Bianculli at 412-963-7407.
Share the Joy - 2pm, Sunday December 16. Mark your calendar for Share the Joy! We will enjoy singing and snacks as we come together as a community to collect our Advent outreach donations. Come and celebrate! All are invited.
ECW Women's Christmas Lunch: Thursday, December 13, Houlihan's, noon Save the date for this fun and festive event!