Summer of Song
Summer Worship Times
begin on the weekend of May 27-28
(Memorial Day through Labor Day)
Saturday, 6pm, In St. Margaret's Garden (Rain location: Sanctuary)
Sunday, 8am, Chapel, no music
Sunday, 9:45am, Sanctuary, with music
Carnegie Summer Meals
As we have since 2019, St Paul's is invited to partner with Saint John in Carnegie to serve summer meals. This year's model is the same as last year, with bagged meals picked up from Saint John and served from a table set up at Carnegie Elementary (just a few blocks away). Our exact calendar has not yet been set, but it's likely volunteers (generally 2 at a time) will be needed on Fridays from 10:30-12:15 beginning June 12. Volunteers will need to be able to lift the coolers and milk crates in and out of their car. The hope is to offer grocery bags for guests for the weekends, so stay tuned for opportunities to shop and pack! Contact the Rev. Erin Morey [email protected] 412-531-7153 ext. 13 for more information.
Neighborhood Resilience Project Lunch Packing This Summer
September 2--8:30am - 11am
Hello lunch packing friends! Save the dates for our next Neighborhood Resilience Project Lunch Packing on the first Saturday of each month, from in the Nursery School Big Room! Volunteer sign-ups for each month will be sent out soon. Please reach out to the Rev, Erin Morey [email protected] 412-531-7153 ext. 13 with any questions. Thank you for your participation in this ministry!
Guys' Night Out: Bible and Beer
Sunday, August 20 at 4pm
At Caliente Pizza & Drafthouse, 329 Castle Shannon Blvd.
So Long Summer Event
Saturday, August 26, 2023, 5:00 PM
In St. Paul's Parking Lot
Join us as we wrap up the summer with a fun evening for all ages together, featuring food trucks, children's activities, and s'mores! We will have a service at 6pm in St. Margaret's Garden. Sign up here today to volunteer!
The Wanderer: A Johnny Cash Eucharist
Sunday, August 27 at 9:45am Service
We’ll begin to say goodbye to summer on Sunday, August 27 with a combined liturgy featuring the music of Johnny Cash. The Man in Black was also a man of deep and thoughtful faith in action, inspiring generations of artists, activists, and everyday people with countless songs and meditations about our shared experiences.