Posts by squid729

Bring a flower to Flower Communion on June 4!

Posted on May 24, 2017 in Upcoming Events

Bring a flower to Flower Communion on June 4!

Celebrating beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community.

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Garden Party for “Give Light” Stewardship Pledges June 4

Posted on May 24, 2017 in Upcoming Events

Garden Party for “Give Light” Stewardship Pledges June 4

Thank you to everyone who has participated in our “Give Light” stewardship campaign so far! There’s still plenty of time to make a pledge to support our church’s mission in the coming year. As announced at our Commitment Sunday ceremony, our Board of Trustees has generously offered to donate an extra $100 for each new pledge that is received this year, up to our goal of 10 new pledges! If you haven’t yet made a pledge, please consider doing so today! You can make your pledge online. On June 4th, we’re inviting all of our pledge participants in the...

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Give Light! Make a Stewardship Pledge for 2017-18

Posted on May 19, 2017 in Feature Stories, News

Give Light! Make a Stewardship Pledge for 2017-18

This Sunday is Stewardship Sunday! Our Give Light Stewardship Campaign is winding down and we need your commitment and support.

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Share the Plate supports YMWAHA

Posted on May 7, 2017 in News

Share the Plate supports YMWAHA

Our Share the Plate collection during March and April 2017 raised $575 for  the Young Men and Women’s African Heritage Association (YMWAHA), which provides cultural, arts, and education programs geared towards empowering school age children and their families. Allegheny’s Share the Plate program began in 2010 and directs half of our Sunday plate collection to justice partners doing important work in the communities of Pittsburgh’s North Side and beyond. To date we have collected and distributed $26,943 to 33 justice partners. If you know of an organization or project doing good works...

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Healthy Conflict Workshops on May 6

Posted on Apr 16, 2017 in Upcoming Events

Speaking Across Our Divides Healthy Conflict Workshop Saturday May 6 from 9am until 12pm Differing views on social issues, politics, and other concerns divide many of us from those we love and even from those in our own congregations. Too many of us are afraid to even talk to some of our friends or loved ones for fear of starting heated arguments that are destined to go nowhere. What can we do to bridge this relational divide? Can we learn to speak to one another again across our divisions in this age of easy polarization? We will draw on the wisdom of comedian Jim Gaffigan, Kid President, a...

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