Juneteenth Celebration, June 11 Noon-4

5-17 An Evening With John Hennessy

A Workshop on Longing, Hope, and Mysticism

Quiet Prayer Time for Busy People Wednesdays 12-1 pm

We are busy people, and the St. Paul’s that we love is a very busy church. I, for one, find that, in the midst of all my busyness, I need quiet time for prayer, contemplation, and meditation. In fact, some of the quiet time I need is spent not in such elevated pursuits, but just […]

Blessing Our Children

A parent’s blessing is vitally important to the health and well-being of his or her children. The Genesis story of Jacob and Esau—the story of how Jacob lied and schemed to steal from his brother their father’s blessing—shows just how vital that blessing can be. This small group is designed especially for parents, grandparents, and […]

The Season of Lent at St. Paul’s

        St. Paul’s Lenten Daily Meditation Booklet for 2015                                               This project is sponsored by Adult Formation. For five years it has inspired and encouraged those who have read it as […]

1/17 Movie and Discussion

When: Saturday, January 17 (snow date is February 7)  9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.          (includes discussion and lunch) A Brief Reflection on Healing by Bishop Dorsey McConnell, Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh, followed by The Fault in Our Stars Bishop Dorsey McConnell is loosely connected with the making of The Fault in Our Stars […]

Spiritual Writing Workshops begin 1/15

Do you have a story you need to get down on paper? Do you want to leave something of yourself behind for your children or grandchildren? Are you trying to discover how God has appeared, or not appeared, in your life? If you’ve answered, “yes” to any of those questions, you might be interested in […]

OMEGA: Walking the Way to the Heart of God

   The Rev. Robert Corin Morris, who was an incredibly popular speaker one weekend at St. Paul’s some years ago, created the material for this program.  He is as    compelling and brilliant on paper as he is as a speaker. The program is based on an understanding of what Morris refers to as Classical Christianity.  […]