On June 5, Bishop McConnell will ordain Daniel Joseph Isadore to the Sacred Order of Priests at St. Andrew’s, Highland Park
Are you interested in helping end child hunger in your community? The Social Justice and Outreach Committee (SJO) urges you to learn more about Bread for the World, a collective Christian voice urging our nation's decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad. Please join the Southwestern Pennsylvania Bread for the World Team for its […]
Schedule your getaway today! The diocese welcomes groups and individuals to book a stay at the Donegal Clergy House, a modern resort house on 160 acres just a stone's throw away from Lake Donegal. The house is within a short half-hour drive to popular Laurel Highlands attractions including Fallingwater, Idlewild Park and Soak Zone, Fort […]
Anyone interested in pursuing lay or ordained leadership is encouraged to attend Ministry Exploration Day on Saturday, May 14 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Mt. Lebanon. This is the annual opportunity to learn about our vision for ministry in the Diocese of Pittsburgh, to understand the discernment and ordination process for those called to […]
Women of the Diocese of Pittsburgh of The Episcopal Church The Finance Committee recommends the following disbursements of income from the Bailey, Fleming, Hartley, Kendig and Phillips Funds for the spring of 2016. Total: $10,925.80 Diocese: $2,500.00 Bishop’s Discretionary Fund $1,500.00 Sheldon Calvary Camp Aquatic Programs $1,000.00 Home Missions: $5,500.00 The Neighborhood Academy-Backpack Project for St. […]
Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled. We hope to be able to reschedule for a future date.
Steadfast Hope, a study group on the Palestine/Israel issue will be sponsored by the Social Justice and Outreach Committee of the Diocese. There will be three sessions, Saturday mornings, 10 a.m.-Noon, May 7, June 4 and June 11, at the Church of the Redeemer in Squirrel Hill. The study will be led by Nancy Lapp and the Rev. […]
Spring is here, the snow is hopefully gone, and the Diocese of Pittsburgh is starting to bloom! In the last few years, several groups in our Western Pennsylvania region have instituted vegetable gardens to help meet the needs of urban and suburban residents who have limited access to fresh produce. Starting in 2013, the Social […]