Mike’s Cabaret, Saturday February 16, 6:30 pm in the Undercroft. It is time to purchase your tickets to Mike’s Cabaret, an improved and enlivened dinner fundraiser for St. Paul’s Music Ministry. The Cabaret offers a wide selection of drinks and platters of food served buffet style. Entertainment will feature singers and instrumentalist both young and older and, of course, at the center is our Cabaret Jazz ensemble. Mike Plaskett and John Sozansky will call us to food and to our seats for the show.
Visit “Mike’s Cabaret” at www.stpaulspgh.org/concert-series/ to purchase your tickets!
"Psychoanalysis and the Law" with Ken Gray, Retired Professor of Law at Duquesne University Monday, February. 11, 7pm, Lounge. Join St. Paul’s Discussion group for this topic
Claudia Circle will meet Thursday, February 7, in the lounge at 1:00 pm. Plan to attend the meeting to hear from Sarah Prosser, a team member and educator who works with Urban Impact Foundation that serves youth on Pittsburgh’s North Side. She will tell us about the work the organization does and how she has come to this ministry. All are invited to spend an afternoon learning about this neighboring outreach, and sharing in fellowship with church members and friends. And don’t forget, the Rummage Set-Up and Sale is March 22 and 23.
Pickwick Boys: Thursday,February 21, 2019, Mindful Brewing, noon. Join a group of (mostly) retired St. Paul's men for lunch, and fellowship! To RSVP, or if you have any questions, contact your host Doug Toth 412-901-9292.
Dickens Dames: Thursday, February 28 at 12:30, Mitchell's. Join a group of (mostly) retired St. Paul's women for lunch, and fellowship! To RSVP, or if you have any questions, contact your host (to be announced). Contact Jean Pfennigwerth (412) 489-3798 with any questions.
Winter Festival with our Refugee Friends – Sunday, February 10, 4:30pm. Our refugee families have been begging to come back to St. Paul's for another party! Let's give them a fabulous experience. There are numerous ways to help. If you’re interested in attending, or helping, contact Ginny Barnicoat at [email protected]. Thank you in advance.
Movie Night: “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” with the Refugee Support Committee Tuesday, February 12, 7pm, Undercroft. Come see the acclaimed documentary about Pittsburgh’s own Mr. Rogers (and enjoy some snacks) with the whole family. Admission is free, but a $10 donation is requested for Hello Neighbor (which works to improve the lives of refugees and immigrants by matching them with dedicated neighbors to guide and support them in their new lives.)
Community Partner Spotlight: Unitarian Universalist Church of the South Hills - "Sunnyhill"
1240 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon
Coming of Age Coffeehouse - Music, Poetry, Storytelling, Comedy
Saturday, February 9, Doors at 6pm
Organized by, and benefitting, Sunnyhill's youth
$10 person / $20 family
The Exonerated: May 17 - 19
This play tells the true story of six people wrongfully convicted and sentenced to death. Interested in performing? Please contact Erin [email protected]