South Side Presbyterian opens The Coffee House


The Coffee House at the South Side Presbyterian Church reopens on Friday, March 6, from 7:30-9 p.m. with singer/songwriter T. Mitchell Bell and representatives from the Pittsburgh Darfur Emergency Coalition.

Mr. Bell recently returned to Pittsburgh and will soon be releasing his new CD, “The Ballad of Philo Paul.” His folk-rock style and soulful voice and guitar combine on original songs like “Sago Mine,” “Earth Disease,” and “The Ballad of Philo Paul.” Philo Paul was his great-great-great-grandfather who died in the Civil War.

The Pittsburgh Darfur Emergency Coalition will have postcards available for people to sign as part of a national effort to save the people of Darfur and return them to their homeland in peace.

The Coffee House at the South Side Presbyterian Church is held the first Friday of each month at the corner of South 20th and Sarah streets in South Side. It includes candlelight conversation, creative performers, discussions of social issues and refreshments with the suggested donation of $4.

For more information, call 412-431-0118.


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