New issues of the publication will arrive in 2014.
Many of us, may not be familiar with Minersville Cemetery, located in the Heron Hill section of the city. It is the final resting place of many of our Lutheran forefathers since the 1800’s.
We are in dire need of your help to maintain the cemetery in a dignified manner. If you have a gasoline […]
Concordia Lutheran Ministries enjoyed three proclamation days for its 100-year-olds. Three “young” ladies became centenarians in the last couple of months.
Pauline Lowry-Finlay, a resident in the health center at Concordia of the South Hills, celebrated hers on April 21. Her son’s testimonial after her passing on May 21 is at http://www.concordialm.org/blog/?p=911.
Beatrice Mack and […]
by Pastor Eric Andræ
“Hoki” faithfully attended our English as a Second Language (ESL) class for the year that she and her family were here in Pittsburgh. She appreciated the open atmosphere and the willingness of the instructor to field her many perceptive, unique, and challenging questions. We studied many different Bible stories […]
by Augusta R. Mennell, Campus Ministry Director
What is it like for an international student to be confirmed in the United States? This is what happened to David Owusu from Ghana in Africa on April 29, 2012 at All Saints Lutheran Church and Student Center. He and Bryan Gilson, an eighth-grade member of All […]
by Sherri Crum
A few years ago, perhaps four–perhaps more, the Pittsburgh Lutheran Center for the Blind began hosting a Summer Ice Cream Social. Since we take a break from the normal Monthly Meal programming during the warmer months, this gives us an opportunity to spend time with our blind/visually impaired friends in a […]
ZION LUTHERAN LAWRENCEVILLE
Zion hosted its first authentic Texas BarBQ on Saturday, May 19 from noon until 2 p.m., to benefit the Carnegie Library Lawrenceville Branch. It was such a success we will include it in our event calendar annually, as we served 130 people from the community and raised $1500. Pastor Duke, a native […]
GOOD SHEPHERD PRESCHOOL WHITEHALL
Thanks to those who supported Good Shepherd Christian Preschool for the past year: Cathi Storey, Grandma Millie, Diane Strussenberg, Heather Bell, Leslie Huwalt, Jeanine Bondi, and Tracy Wageley. Thanks also to the Preschool parents who helped in many ways, to the Preschool Pals, and to Pastor Strussenberg for committing to […]
by Gail Holzer
Our Pittsburgh Area Lutheran Schools are growing. By God’s grace, we are reaching more children and families of the Pittsburgh area. In addition to our three day schools: Christ–Forest Hills, St. Luke–Cabot, Redeemer–Oakmont/Verona, 10 preschools, and a pre-k/kindergarten at Calvary, Redeemer has added a high school and Good Shepherd Lutheran in the South Hills […]
Twin Tornado Rides
To assist the surviving victims of the deadly tornadoes in the United States this spring, the Mileposters made the Twin Tornado Rides. The first was on May 26, when Eric and Allison Bendekovic, with their children, Hannah, Ethan, and Luke (pictured), from Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, joined the group leader for […]