Dear St. Paul’s Community:St. Paul’s continues to adapt to the needs of the Parish during this difficult time. Over the past several weeks, Noah, Laura and the Reopening Committee carefully developed a multi-phased plan for resuming in-person... Read More ›
On Pentecost, our parish reflection groups will conclude their reading of the Book of Acts. From June 1 through Labor Day, our reflection groups will continue with reading The Path: A Journey Through the Bible. From the Publisher: The Path is th... Read More ›
By Eileen Sharbaugh, Nursery School Director
The sky was blue, the morning sun was warm, and an occasional gentle breeze was blowing.Not the typical spring day here in Pittsburgh; at least not this year. I was grateful, as I unloaded my car and r... Read More ›
By Douglas Starr, Director of Music & Arts
As Christin Cooper and I work to redesign a music ministry that sustains continuity, vibrancy, and engagement, Noah recently asked us, “What would Martin Luther do?” Let’s examine what Luther did ... Read More ›
By Kristen Morgan, Director of Children, Youth, & Family Ministry.Last week, for our online children's sermon, I read a book called The Invisible String. It's written by Patrice Karst.
."'The Invisible String' is a simple story that reminds chil... Read More ›
Our performance of Doug Starr’s All Saints Requiem at the St. Vincent Basilica is now available to view on the St. Paul’s YouTube Channel! Relive the premiere experience, or watch it for the first time here: All Saints Requiem Read More ›
Dear Parish Family,.By now you have probably heard about the upcoming 9-week program Learning to Pray that was conceptualized by our very own Rev. Ted Babcock and developed by Cynthia Walter, Mark Lamendola and me.
This program facilitates buil... Read More ›
The Rev. Richard Davies, one of the most senior priests in the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh, died peacefully on May 7th. Canon Davies – as he was affectionately known at St. Paul’s, Mt. Lebanon, where he served for several decades – was 9... Read More ›