Ways to Serve
Neighborhood Resilience Project
Neighborhood Resilience Project is a partner ministry of St. Paul's, whose focus is on trauma-informed community development in Pittsburgh. We made a monthly commitment to provide 120 brown-bag lunches for kids on the first Saturday of every month in 2022. You can sign up as an individual, a family, or a small group of people. If you would like to participate in this new ministry, email Andrea. We are working on having more service opportunities with Neighborhood Resilience Project in the near future!
Collecting for Trinity Walk-In Ministry
Often, people who visit the Walk-in Ministry are living outside in camps or are making do in temporary living arrangements, and can use an extra blanket. We take donated blankets. The blankets can be used as long as they are cleaned and in good condition. Please donate only twin size or larger (not “throws”). Please put donated blankets in the marked bin in the Undercroft. Thank you for so generously supporting the mission of the Walk-in Ministry at Trinity.
The flowers on the altar of St. Paul's are given in memory of loved ones, in celebration for an anniversary or a birth, or for any occasion for which we give thanks to God. The flowers are funded weekly and during festive seasons such as Christmas and Easter. After the last service they are distributed to the ill, the shut-ins, those in need, and parishioners who deserve recognition in the life and work of St. Paul’s. The proceeds from the flowers are used to fund all the Altar Guild expenses including wafers, wine, linens, candles, and seasonal decorations. For more information about how to donate or to volunteer to deliver flowers, email the church office or (412)531-7153x10.