Join us for an evening of food and fellowship on Tuesday March 5 at 6 p.m. There will be pancakes, activities, and palms will be burned in preparation for Ash Wednesday.
$10 per person / $20 per family
Please make reservations at 412.661.0120, ext. 140 or
WhatSUP & Pittsburgh Episcopal Social Justice Committee
7 – 9 p.m.
Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Bag it is a movie about the effects of plastic on our waterways, oceans, animals and our own bodies. Learn what you can do to reduce and eliminate your single use plastic here in Pittsburgh.
The Church and offices will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. day on Monday, January 21. There will be no 6 p.m. Holy Eucharist.
October 27, 11:30 am - 4:45 pm.
at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church,
1066 Washington Rd. Mt. Lebanon.
Embracing a Blue-Green Religious Vision, by Dr. Charles McCollester, looks at Pittsburgh’s history through the voices of immigrants and workers and asks, “How can we build on our history to establish a vision of health and solidarity for generations yet to come?”
Listening for the Voice of the Earth, by Rev. David Carlisle, in collaboration with Dr. Patty DeMarco, reflects on DeMarco’s Pathways to our Sustainable Future: A Global Perspective from Pittsburgh, with a focus on the Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth.
Choose From Six Workshops.
The registration fee of $35 includes a vegetarian (non-gluten) lunch. Group registration is $30. Doors open for lunch and registration 11:00.
Join us as we present tours of the Gothic architecture of Ralph Adams Cram’s Calvary Episcopal Church. Combined with a service of Choral Evensong, sung by the Calvary Choir, the program provides a glimpse of the way Cram wove his ideas of space, sound, and ceremony into his buildings.
Following Evensong, Chatham Baroque and Dr. Alan Lewis, Calvary’s Music Director, will present a brief concert to dedicate a harpsichord recently acquired by Calvary.
Architectural tours begin at 4 p.m., the service of Choral Evensong follows at 5 p.m., and after a brief intermission the Chatham Baroque concert begins. We will host a reception in the Parish Hall at the conclusion of the concert.
The program is free and open to the public.
Please bring your furry and feathered friends and gather with the clergy of Calvary Episcopal Church in the Garden on Sunday, October 7, 2018 at 3 p.m. for the annual Blessing of the Animals.
Human and animal treats will be served. For their happiness and safety, please keep your pets leashed or otherwise in your loving care.
On Sunday, September 9, after the 11 o’clock service, we will have a parish-wide picnic to welcome our new Associate Rector, Neil Raman, and his wife, Elizabeth and to begin our program year. Calvary will grill hamburgers and hot dogs, and also provide toppings and beverages. Last names A-L please bring a dessert. Last names M-Z please bring a salad or side dish. RSVP requested. Please call 412.661.0120 ext. 40. by Friday, September 7.