If you are interested in enrolling your sixth grade child in the 2019-20 Cotillion class, please download the registration card below and promptly return it to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1066 Washington Road, Pittsburgh PA 15228. The class siz... Read More ›
Kristen Morgan, Director of Children and Family Ministry
Coexist is on the back of all of our VBS t-shirts.
While we were stamping it onto the t-shirts last week, someone who will remain nameless pointed out that he doesn’t really like the ... Read More ›
by Erin Morey, Director of Communications and Community Engagement
On Sunday, July 28 at 1pm, St. Paul's is hosting a workshop on Faith-Rooted Organizing.
Faith Rooted Organizing, like community organizing, is a process where a community comes t... Read More ›
This continues to be an exciting time in the life and ministry of St. Paul’s. We have just celebrated the installation of the new solar panels.There will be several additional projects being done this summer to improve our church building.Follow... Read More ›
1A Mass for the repose of the souls of the dead.
◦a musical composition setting parts of a requiem Mass, or of a similar character.
◦an act or token of remembrance.
I am deeply into my requiem’s ... Read More ›
For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven:
2 a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted; 3 a time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to brea... Read More ›
Friends in Christ, Goodbyes are hard – they remind us of life’s transience, fragility, and the need placed upon all of us to let go. When I was a child I vividly remember the most bittersweet moment of my time at my grandparent’s house was ... Read More ›
The nursery school recently made the annual shift from the regular school year to the summer play-camp experience. The four-week preschool camp program is primarily an outdoor play-based experience. Nursery school children enjoy the water in the... Read More ›
Dear Friends:On Sunday, we celebrated the feast of Pentecost – the day that we recall the gift of the Holy Spirit descending onto the disciples and sending them out into the world to serve.It’s that same Holy Spirit that we all receive in our ... Read More ›