TMC works to build a consciousness of values and to raise the moral questions involved in the issues of war, poverty, racism, classism, economic justice, oppression and environmental justice. TMC engages people of diverse philosophies and faiths who find common ground in the nonviolent struggle to bring about a more peaceful and just world.
Borland Green Ecovillage Potluck Supper
Share a meal and ideas at a potluck supper with Patt Buddemeyer and Robin Clarke of the Bowling Green Ecovillage in East Liberty. Learn about the progress they've made in less than two years. The event is free. Please bring food or drink to share.
Thomas Merton Center, 5129 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15224
20th Anniversary Birthday Celebration
Fashion Show & Luncheon
11:00 AM-2:00 PM
Liberty Presbyterian Church Social Hall
Purchase a chic clothing item that has been donated to Thrifty. Local models will showcase many beautiful ensembles that you won't want to miss. Food and drink is included in the cost of admission. Funds raised support the East End Community Thrift Store and the Thomas Merton Center.
Regular Price: $15 Low Income: $5
To register or make a donation click here.
116 South Highland Avenue (East Liberty), Pittsburgh PA 15206
Merton Award Dinner
Station Square Sheraton
300 West Station Square Drive 15219
Join us as we honor Bill McKibben, internationally known environmental activist and founder of 350.0rg. Admission $50, Sit down dinner and networking with activist friends and environmental changemakers.
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Connect With Us
The Thomas Merton Center has a core set of committees in which it focuses its work on.
Peace and Non-violence
Organizes interfaith vigils, rallies, teach-ins, a speakers bureau, legislative action, media outreach, and other activities to promote peaceful solutions to world conflicts. To get involved, email email@example.com.
The Economic Justice Committee (EJC) has been established as a new project of the Thomas Merton Center. Its concerns deal with issues of economic justice and labor solidarity, focusing on concrete campaigns and actions but also involving educational events. To get involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Environmental Justice Committee is the newest formed committee that will focus on promoting environmental rights, psuhing for sustainable practices, and linking environmental rights to economic justice.