The Church of the Redeemer is a welcoming and caring community. Our congregation is curious and questioning. We have a history of social justice and outreach ministries, and lesbian and gay members are integral to our parish life. Worship is the heart of Redeemer’s life – it brings our family and church lives into one as we celebrate the liturgy, the word, and the sacrament together.
We are in Squirrel Hill.
5700 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15217.
We are between Murray Avenue and Wightman Street, next door to St. Edmund’s Academy.
Port Authority bus routes 61A, 61B, 61C, 61D, 64, and 74 stop at Forbes & Murray avenues.
Services and Schedule
8:00 am Rite I Holy Eucharist.
9:00 am Breakfast (bagels and coffee provided).
9:30 am Bible study and discussion. All ages are welcome–and childcare is available. We are currently studying the book of Acts.
10:30 am Rite II Holy Eucharist. Childcare is available for young children. Church school for older children will resume September 11.
11:45 am Coffee Hour
6:30pm Evening Prayer. The first Wednesday of each month will be Rite II Holy Eucharist.
9:00 am-1:00 pm Monday-Thursday
The church office can be contacted at RedeemerChurch@aol.com or 412-422-7100.
Join us on Tuesdays at 7pm. The current book is How to Read the Bible and Still Be a Christian by John Dominic Crossan. Newcomers are welcome to Book Group! Contact George Kehm or Gloriana St. Clair for more information.
Centering Prayer Group
Centering prayer is a deep method of silent prayer that prepares us to experience God’s presence within us. Meetings include centering prayer, lectio divina, and a short reading with discussion. Join us! Wednesday mornings, 7:00-8:30am, in the parish hall.
Sunday, September 11, we give thanks for our community as we begin a new school year. A special coffee hour will follow the 10:30 service.
Free Educational Series at Trinity Cathedral
Tuesdays, September 13, 20, and 27 and October 4, 11, and 18, 12:10-12:50pm at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Downtown, learn about rebel theologian John Bunyan and visionary artist William Blake and hear the music of Ralph Vaughan Williams. Bring your lunch if you like! Click here for more information.
Sunday, September 18, we celebrate the abundance of faith, community, and service God has brought into our lives through Church of the Redeemer. Enjoy brunch and a presentation after the 10:30 service.
Homeless Shelter Dinner
Sunday, September 18, Redeemer will serve the evening meal at the East End Cooperative Ministry shelter. If you can help serve or donate food to be served, please sign up via SignupGenius or speak with Alison Oehler or the church office.