All Saints Catholic Church
Father John Gudewicz, Pastor
All Saints Parish is a faith community of approximately 1,000 families and 2,500 members. The parish was
founded in April of 1902. The first church was dedicated on August 3, 1902. The present church building was
erected in 1915.
Worship and Sacraments
Mass Schedule5:00 PM on Saturday
8:00 AM & 10:00 AM on Sunday
ConfessionsSaturday: 12:30 to 1:00 PM and after 5:00 PM Mass
BaptismsBaptisms are normally celebrated by appointment on the second and fourth Sundays of the month at 11:00 AM.
The parish conducts a program of religious education for grade school and high school students. The grade
school is in session Monday and Wednesday evenings throughout the school year. High school students meet
on a weekday evening. Individuals wishing to join the Catholic Church enroll in the RCIA program, which
begins in September and culminates with entry into the church on Easter of the following year.
Men's ClubMen of the parish who assist in caring for parish properties and working for the good of the parish. Meetings
and socials are held the first Monday of every month at 8:00 PM.
Christian Mothers & GuildAll women of the parish are eligible to be members. Reception for new members occur in September and May.
Members are provided opportunities for social and religious activities. Meetings are held the first Friday of each
month after the evening 7:00 PM Mass. Social and entertainment are a part of this monthly gathering.
Catholic Youth MinistryA Program for youth grades 8 through 12th grades guided by adults of the parish. Program includes, retreats,
dances, ski trips, bowling, and swimming parties.
VincentiansTwo Societies practicing the Corporal Works of Mercy function at All Saints Church. The Association of Ladies
of Charity and the Society of St. Vincent DePaul. The Ladies of Charity visit the sick and shut-ins, hospitals and
nursing homes. The men of the St. Vincent DePaul Society meet the physical and spiritual needs of the
Prayer GroupThe prayer group gathers for prayer and song on Wednesday evenings in the church from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Food BankThe day and hours for receiving food are: The 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month from 12 NN to 3:00 PM
at the Religious Education building.
Calvert Memorial Presbyterian Church
94 Locust Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15223
Church Phone: (412) 781-3056
Reverend Doctor Beverly James
11:00 a.m. Nursery for infants and children, (Summer Worship June - August begins at 10:15 a.m.)
Christian Education for all ages: 9:45 a.m. -10:45 a.m. (September-May)
The children and teens begin with Breakfast and enjoy the opportunities of 'experiential learning.'
Seminary interns from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary provide Leadership.
Adults may choose from the Adult Bible Study or the Serendipity Small Group Sharing, Study, and Caring.
History and Staff
Calvert Memorial Presbyterian Church was founded in 1868 and located at the intersection of Bridge and Freeport Streets. The first pastor, Rev. Alexander Calvert was loved by the church and the community because he welcomed everyone. After his sudden death, the church was named for him. As the congregation grew, they hoped for a new location. The current church building on High Street was built and then dedicated on November 21, 1909. With the celebration of the 90th Anniversary on November 21, 1999, Calvert Memorial had the Rededication of Our Church and Ourselves to God. Many attended to share memories and express hope for the future. The mission of Calvert Memorial is to love Jesus Christ through service to the people in our neighborhood and the surrounding communities. By loving our neighbors as we love ourselves, Calvert hopes to be a vital source of love and hope for the community.
We at Calvert Memorial Presbyterian Church like to think of ourselves as a 'church family' that cares about everybody. People of all ages are welcome and encouraged to participate in the life of the congregation.
Calvert Singers - Teens and adults rehearse to sing on Sunday Tuesday, 7:00 p.m.
Worship, Fellowship, Caring
Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Thanksgiving Eve, Christmas Eve, Lenten Fellowship Dinners, Easter Breakfast, Church Picnics, Souper Bowl of Caring, Camps for Kids, Flea Market, Support Groups
Mission and Outreach to the Community
The Bread of Life Food Pantry is located at Calvert and serves families from Etna and nearby communities.
9:45 a.m. - Noon 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th Wednesday
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 3rd Wednesday
9:45 a.m. - Noon 1st and 4th Wednesday
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 3rd Wednesday
Employment Specialist from North Hills Community Outreach shares information about jobs, resumes, and interviews.
Worship at Etna Commons - The pastor leads a brief service the first Tuesday of the month September - May
Calvert Memorial provides meeting space for the following groups:
Lyme Disease - 2nd Monday, 8:00 p.m.
Lighthouse Bible Baptist Bible Study - Tuesday, 7:00p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Girl Scout Troop 1489 - Thursday, 6:30p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Cub Scout Pack 173 - Friday, 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Emmanuel Lutheran Church
Grant and Highland Avenues
Pittsburgh (Etna), PA 15223
Church Phone: (412) 781-2764
Web Site: www.elcetna.org
Pastor: Rev. Jennifer Peters McCurry
Disciples of Christ at Emmanuel Lutheran Church come together to worship, study God’s word to grow, pray to strengthen, invite all to share, minister in love, and live for Christ!
Sunday Worship and Education:
9:30 am – Sunday School for all ages
10:45 am – Worship, with Holy Communion on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays
Summer Worship: (Memorial Day weekend – Labor Day weekend)
9:30 am Worship, with Holy Communion on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays
Sharing with others
Disciples at Emmanuel seek to be good stewards of the gifts that God has given us, and to encourage others to do the same. We actively support the ministries of: the Bread of Life Food Pantry in Etna (http://www.boletna.org); Camp Lutherlyn (http://www.lutherlyn.com/) in Prospect; and ecumenical community events in Etna, such as Unity in the Community, Teen Day, and the Drama of the Cross.
Through our participation in the national Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, we contribute to ELCA Disaster Response and ELCA World Hunger, which extends our ministry and care throughout our country and around the world. Through our participation in the Southwestern Pennsylvania Synod, we also support: Lutheran Campus Ministry in Pittsburgh, IUP, and WVU, Lutheran SeniorLife, Camp Agape, Lutheran Service Society, Glade Run Lutheran Services, Bethesda Children’s Home; Thiel College; Gettysburg Seminary; Lutheran Advocacy Ministry in PA; Passavant Retirement Community; St. John Specialty Care Center; Christian Associates of Southwestern Pennsylvania; and the Pennsylvania Council of Churches.
Please contact the church office for any additional information about these groups.
Boy and Girl Scouts
Scout troops have found their home at Emmanuel for over eighty years. From Brownies and Cub Scouts through Scouts receiving Eagle and Gold Awards, they gather to learn and serve as they are mentored by adult leaders. Learn more about our troops by calling the church office. See what scouting is about at: www.scouting.org/ (boys) or www.girlscouts.org/ (girls).
Our junior and senior high school youth meet to learn and grow in their faith and in service to Christ. Our youth group participates in the Synod’s Sunday Night Live youth events, which occur on the second Sunday of each month.
Men’s Dart Ball League
All men and boys are welcome to participate in Emmanuel’s Dart Ball League, which meets on Monday evenings at 7:00 pm (Sept – May).
All seniors are welcome to this monthly gathering of friendship, food, and fun on the first Thursday of each month (Sept – May). We also plan some special day trips such as to Camp Kon-o-kwee and Hartwood Acres.
A Gamblers Anonymous group meets in our facility on Tuesdays at noon to journey through their twelve step program together. More information is available at: http://www.gamblersanonymous.org.
Other community groups
Emmanuel’s building hosts the meetings of some other non-profit groups in our community for classes like driver’s education and first-aid / CPR.
First Congregational Church
Corner of Locust and Walnut Streets
Pittsburgh, PA 15223
Church Phone: (412) 781-9427
Reverend Donn Ed
Who We Are...
Congregational means governed by the members of the congregation a practice that goes all the way back to the earliest Christians. Our church history in America begins with the Pilgrims. They believed that each person should be able to read and understand the Bible and follow Christ according to his or her conscience. As a covenanted community, we gather to worship, to learn, to explore, to share, to pray, to have fun, to serve, and to express the creative spirit we have from God and the love shown in Christ.
The First Congregational Church of Etna was gathered in 1849 when Etna was a cluster of hamlets. Our present brick building with its second floor sanctuary (accessible by chair lift) was built in 1880. As the oldest church in Etna, we have a long„standing commitment to accept people with many different backgrounds and faith experiences.
Everyone welcome- is not just a phrase „ it is our philosophy and we invite you to all of the services and programs of this church.
10:15 A.M. Communion on the first Sunday of the month
Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Easter Sunrise, Christmas Eve
We share in worship services with neighboring churches on World Day of Prayer, Good Friday, and Thanksgiving Eve
The Margaret Hieber and the John D. McIntyre Bible Classes for adults gather at 9:00 on Sunday mornings.
Children attend worship service during the first portion of the service, and leave for Church School following a Children’s Conversation. Intergenerational Celebrations are held throughout the year.
Choir - Under the direction of our organist, Clare Dawson, makes a musical contribution to worship. Rehearses on Thursday nights.
Ladies' Aid Society - Seeks to serve and support the church economically and to foster a spirit of Christian love. Sponsors fellowship activities throughout the year.
Sunday School Association - Committed to enriching the educational mission of the church, within the church school classes, and by planning special activities, outings, and programs for all ages.
Fellowship Dinners, last Friday of each month, 6:30 P.M.
- Soup Supper
- Flea Market
- Summer Camp
- Church Picnic
- Halloween Party
- Fall Bazaar
- Christmas Banquet
- Talent Show
Etna Neighborhood Association, 4th Monday of the month, 7:30 P.M.
Etna Senior Center - Lunch served daily at noon. Sponsored by Allegheny County, and staffed by volunteers from our church and community.
Three Rivers Praise & Worship Center