Love Life: Lent 2014 – Videos and Workbook

Begins March 5, 2014 Ash Wednesday

In a series of short, daily videos the Brothers of Society of Saint John the Evangelist delve deeply into the gospel that shapes their community life. John’s message of love can unlock our hearts and transform our lives. Join us this Lent on a six-week journey into this treasured text, to explore its wisdom for being fully alive.  Subscribe at and you will receive a free workbook to accompany the series.

All are welcome to join us during Adult Forum at 9:15 on Sunday in the 3rd floor conference room to discuss the videos and look deeper into their message.  Also, please print out the flyer below to invite others to join us.





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Spring Forward

Don’t forget, Daylight Savings starts this weekend so set your clocks ahead one hour or you’ll be late for the service!

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Lenten Progams

In addition to the Daily Eucharist at 12:05 Monday through Saturday, we are having two weekly special events during the Lenten season.

Stations of the Cross
12:30 p.m. Fridays, in the sanctuary

Monday Lunchtime Bible Study:
A simple meal of hot soup and bread will be served during this study, which meets from 12:30 until 1 p.m. Mondays during Lent in the First Floor Dining Room.

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If your questions about the church are not answered here, please feel free to give us a call at 412-232-6404.

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Noontime Eucharist

If you work downtown or are visiting downtown during the daytime, we invite you to our Noon Eucharist at Trinity Cathedral.  Held in either Mary’s Chapel or Christ the King Altar, these services are more intimate than our main Sunday service and they’re always special.  If you’re a regular member of Trinity, belong to another church or just a visitor to Pittsburgh, we welcome you. The service lasts less than half an hour so there’s still time for a bite to eat if you come during your lunch hour.  Also, on Thursdays we have a special healing service.  We look forward to seeing you!

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