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      We will be worshipping on Zoom every Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
      Our services are interactive, with a chance to share joys and concerns, listen to music, hear scripture and meditations, and offer a children’s sermon. On first Sundays we have “virtual communion,” where people are invited to have the elements at home (juice, bread) as we partake together online. Contact to learn more about Summit. 

      Wednesday Night Study & Prayer
      On Wednesday evenings in October, we’re participating in a nation-wide program sponsored by Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, “Jesus Christ and the Dividing Wall: Race and God’s Mission.”  Beginning at 7:00 p.m., there’s a  presentation by a nationally known speaker, a Q & Q,  and then we come to the Summit Zoom room for discussion and prayer. Write Cheryl at to get the link.

      Come to the Table: Conversations on Race
      The October Coming to the Table conversations with people from around the Presbytery was deep and fruitful.  Our next meeting is Saturday, November 21, from 10-12 on Zoom.  These moderated, structured conversations are chance for people from different backgrounds to share their experiences.  To learn more about the Coming to the Table approach, go to  Write Cheryl at if you aren’t on the Summit email list and would like the link. 

      Friday vigils for “Black Lives Matter”
      Join with other members on the corner of Lincoln and Greene for a masked, socially distant vigil in support of Black Lives Matter on Fridays from 5:30-6:30 p.m.  Bring a sign in support of BLM.  You may also want to bring a chair! 

      Blessing Bags

      Delores Paulk is coordinating the making of Blessings Bags for those experiencing homelessness in Center City.  We have also renewed our relationship with Mental Health Partnerships and are providing bags for their outreach center.  Blessing bags contain non-perishable food items such as granola bars, pretzels, fruit snacks, raisins, chips, crackers, small water bottles and non-food items like small tubes of toothpaste, tooth brushes, small soft packs of Kleenex, chap-stick, Vaseline lotion. If you are able to prepare bags, please speak to Delores and she will arrange for curbside pick-up or drop-off.


      Offices for Rent 

      We are not currently renting to hourly groups or community meetings, but we do have a couple of small offices available for rent.  If interested, please write to


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