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Getting to Redeemer

We are located in the heart of Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill neighborhood at 5700 Forbes Ave., 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. We have a parking lot directly in front of our church, accessible from Forbes Ave.

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Sundays at Redeemer

8:00am Rite I Holy Eucharist

9:00am Breakfast
(bagels and coffee provided)

9:30am Bible study and discussion
All ages are welcome. Childcare is available.

10:30am Rite II Holy Eucharist
Church school begins after children attend the first part of the service with their parents.

11:45 am Coffee Hour

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Church of the Redeemer is the spiritual home of an Episcopal community that cherishes diversity (racial, economic, and sexual), strives to embrace the stranger, reaches out and reaches in—not only feeding the hungry, but also nourishing one another with the warm friendship and faith that supports spiritual growth.

Redeemer News

Music Ministry News

The recent gift of a harpsichord from the family and partner of the late Michael Price greatly enhances our worship and special music offerings. Placed in the rear of the Lady Chapel, it blends beautifully with the decor of the chapel. The childrens’ choir is starting rehearsals in September and will sing in October. First […]

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Redeemer at Pride — T-shirts still available!!

On June 10th, Redeemer joyfully celebrated LGBTQ+ pride in downtown Pittsburgh. Fr. Michael was even able to march this year! Talk to Laura in the parish office if you would like one of the snazzy blue T-shirts modeled here by Redeemerites at the People’s Pride March. We have an assortment of youth and adult sizes.

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Vigil to Protest Separation of Children from Parents at the Border

This Wednesday, June 20th, please join us in an ecumenical and interfaith effort to protest the inhumane and traumatizing separation of children from their parents at the border. We will begin at 9pm with speakers and songs, followed by a silent candlelight vigil at 9:30pm.   Please refer to the Facebook link below and feel […]

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