Pittsburgh Mennonite Church

Welcome to Pittsburgh Mennonite Church

Pittsburgh Mennonite Church exists to call and equip people to be followers of Jesus Christ and, by the power of the Holy Spirit, to grow as a community of grace, joy, and peace, so that God’s healing and hope flow through us to the world. Learn more about PMCand the Mennonite Church.

On this site, you can search our sermon database, check out the calendar page under Resources to find out upcoming events, or search our news archive to read about the church in action. If you have any questions regarding the church, Mennonites, or the site, feel free to contact us.

Pittsburgh Mennonite Church


Latest News

Book of Hours Concert-Celebrating Merton

Thomas Merton (1915-1968) was a Trappist monk, mystic, writer and peace activist, and an early advocate for interfaith understanding.January 31st, 2015 is the 100th anniversary of his birth, and members and friends of Pittsburgh’s Thomas Merton Center are organizing a series of events to celebrate.
The first event will be a performance of music inspired by his writings, on Friday, January 30th, at 7:30 pm at the Pittsburgh Mennonite Church.Suggested donation $10 and $5 for students and seniors.  Pianist and composer Linda Kernohan will perform A Book of Hours, a cycle of piano pieces based on a collection of Merton’s writings organized into prayers for each day of the week at four times of day: Dawn, Day, Dusk, and Dark. The performance includes readings of excerpts from the text alternating with the music.
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Winter Sunday School-Join Us!

Quilting Class: This class is continuing from the Fall, and is open to new participants.  No experience needed, all are welcome to join!  This class is led by Esther King and will be held in the Community Room (side with closets).
Issues in Aging and End-of-Life: This class will begin this Sunday, January 11th. We will focus on Aging–as it affects those who are nearing their senior years as well as adult children of older adults who may be involved in care or decision making for older parents. We will also discuss end-of-life planning, including wills and advance directives, as well as surrogate decision-making.  This class will be led by Jennifer Seaman and will be held in the Community Room (kitchen side).
Discussion Group: This class will be an informal discussion group led by Derek Nussbaum-Wagler and will focus on racism, recent events, and racial injustice. This group will meet in the library.
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Contact Information

Pittsburgh Mennonite Church
2018 South Braddock Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA  15218

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Service Schedule

10:30am Worship Service

9:15am  Sunday School  for all ages


Pastor David Swanson
Office hours: Monday & Thursday Afternoons
and by appointment.
Administrator Kenneth Zeleny
Custodian Guy Smith

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