A reflection by Cristina Adams,Student Minister for Children and YouthCristina will be leading the Sunday Adult Forum at 9:45am on May 12. Come and learn!Her last Sunday with us is May 19.For the Good Friday family service, I was stationed at th... Read More ›
Are you interested in taking a fresh look at some of the classic novels you learned about in high school? Join Jane Offut for a special summer reading group for all ages. We will meet from 7-8pm in the Lounge.
From its earliest colonial days, r... Read More ›
May 12 (Mother's Day) will be our last Sunday of the regular Program Year. We will have Sunday Worship at 8am, 8:45am, and 10:45am.There will be Sunday School and Adult Forum during our 9:45am Education Hour that day.
The End of t... Read More ›
This Summer is the "Summer of Service" at St. Paul's!
We will be featuring activities with this theme through our worship, Vacation Bible School, Mission Trips, and activities.
There will be volunteer projects, such as serving at Shepherd's Hear... Read More ›
a reflection by Cristina Adams, Student Minister for Children and YouthPrayer can be hard. It is hard for me to know what to pray and remember who I want to pray for. Then, trying to teach kids to pray can be a daunting task. This school year, the... Read More ›
Beer, Pop & Hymns - Tuesday, May 14, 2019 from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm at Bakn (http://www.eatbakn.com/), 335 E. Main Street, Carnegie, PA 15106 and hosted by Church of the Atonement, Episcopal (www.atonementcarnegie.org/) - Hymn singing and pub cultu... Read More ›
I don’t know about all of you but I am SO glad that it’s spring! We are wrapping up our program year on May 19 at St. Paul’s with our Second Annual End-Of-Sunday-School Extravaganza, which will be held after the first combined service of t... Read More ›
YOUTH HAPPENINGS May/June 2019
I can’t believe we are talking about the end of the program year! NO! Any way, there are still lots of events and activities coming up in the next few months, so mark your calendars.
All-Youth End of Year Cookout... Read More ›
Thank you, St. Paul’s Church
Jeremiah’s Place, Pittsburgh’s ONLY crisis nursery, serves children birth to six years of age when their families are experiencing an emergency situation, instability or are in need of respite care. The nonpro... Read More ›
The purpose of St. Paul’s Episcopal Nursery School, as a ministry of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, is to operate a nursery school providing an excellent early childhood education, based on a foundation of Christian love that guides and challeng... Read More ›