Music Notes on "Was willst du dich betrüben" BWV 107 J.S. BachOn Sunday after reading the translations in the bulletin of the various movements of "Was willst du dich betrüben" (Why do you wish to trouble yourself?) you may see why we have nic... Read More ›
Please put VBS on your calendar--
Monday, June 25th through Friday, June 29th, from 1pm to 3:30pm.
The theme is Acts of Love, and we are going to explore what it means to show God's love to each other.
There will be a lot of outreach projects -... Read More ›
"The Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh and the Parishes are pleased to announce that they have amicably reached an agreement that resolves disputed questions over the ownership and use of the church property that have lingered since the congregati... Read More ›
It has now been almost a year since I joined you at St. Paul’s as your Rector. It has been a year filled with joy, some challenges, and a whole lot of hard work. I am excited about how we are continuing to grow as a community, a... Read More ›
A group of St.Paul's Youth are organizing participation in the March For Our Lives. Below is their request for you to join them in this effort:
Enough is enough. There have been far too many shootings and we aren’t going to stand for it anymore... Read More ›
Save the Date:April 22 2018, 2pm
The Rev. Canon Richard W, Davies has retired after many, many years overseeing the ministry of Old St. Luke's.
A reception in his honor will be held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. All are invited, please come ... Read More ›
Emma Nicole MillerDaughter of Nicole and Matt MillerSister of Adeline and Harrison MillerBorn on Thursday, February 1, 2018
Bowen DrayDaughter of Jackie and Jake DrayBorn on Thursday, February 15, 2018
Louis John B... Read More ›
Confirmation for All Ages, June 3rd – Every year St. Paul’s welcomes our Bishop, Dorsey McConnell, to accompany parishioners in a faith affirmation through the service called Confirmation. Often times, we confirm our 8th graders who are making... Read More ›
Special Lenten worship music and concerts range through March. We conclude our three short Lenten Wednesday organ recitals on March 7 at 12:30pm with Nicholas Will, Organist and Music Director at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Carnegie. Nick will play... Read More ›