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Erin was ordained to the priesthood at St. Paul's in December 2022. She graduated from the M.Div. program at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary in May 2022. In addition to sharing in the pastoral and sacramental leadership of the parish, she supports the ministry of the Social Justice and Anti-Racism and Outreach Commissions, and is developing St. Paul’s Sustainability and Creation Care ministries.
Erin previously served as a lay staff member at St. Paul’s before she began seminary. She also has a B.A. from Rutgers University and a J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, and previously served as an Assistant Public Defender in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, and an Advocate at Women’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh. She lives in Mt. Lebanon with her son, Max, and husband, Jesse. Erin grew up in New Jersey, and loves pizza and the beach - though now that several of her family members have moved to East Tennessee, she also loves biscuits and the mountains.
The Reverend Noah H. Evans, our Rector and pastor, has been with St. Paul's since March 2017. Ordained in 2004, previously, Noah served as the Rector of Grace Episcopal Church, Medford, Massachusetts and as the Associate Rector of St. Anne's in the Fields Episcopal Church in Lincoln Massachusetts. Noah was born and raised in Lansing, Michigan. He is a graduate of Washington University in Saint Louis and The General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church. Noah lives in Mt. Lebanon, with his wife, the Reverend Sara Irwin, an Episcopal Priest, who serves as the Pastor of St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church in Carnegie. Their daughter Adah was born in 2009 and their son Isaiah was born in 2007. They have a Golden Retriever (Blue) and two chickens (Noise and Buckbeak). Noah loves cooking, smoking meat, local foods, current events and politics, the intersection of church and society, movies and television and teaching the bible. He was the co-founder of Life Together: the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts Young Adult Internship Program and has served on the boards of a number social-justice non-profits. In 2016, Noah received the first Wallace H. Kountze Community Service Award by the Mystic Valley NAACP for his work on multicultural issues. Currently, Noah is the Chair of the Mt. Lebanon Municipality Community Relations Board and serves as the Vice President (Board Chair) of the Clergy Assurance Fund. You can find him on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/nh
Sundays and Saturdays (Academic Year)
*Saturday 6PM service moves locations throughout the year. Spring and Fall, Old St. Luke's, Scott Township; Winter, St. Paul's Sanctuary; Summer, outside in St. Margaret's Garden.
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