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WELCOME TO ST. BRENDAN'S

St. Brendan's Episcopal Church is an open and welcoming community of Christians based in Franklin Park, a suburb of Pittsburgh.

We seek to serve God and support each other through worship and faith in action in an atmosphere of love, friendship, and compassion.

We invite you to join us in the realization of the fullness of life, to grow in your faith, and to make a difference in the community and the world.

 

All are welcome. 

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worship with us

Sundays:

8 am: Holy Eucharist Rite II

(In-person only)

10 am: Holy Eucharist Rite II

(Livestreaming and In-person)

 Fourth Sunday of the month
(September - May): 
Children's Liturgy

Wednesdays

7pm: Evening Prayer (In-person)

Zoom Morning Prayer (Rite II):

Monday - Saturday 8:30 am

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Social Justice

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Newsletters

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Children & Youth

Calendar

Rentals

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Saturday, December 11 at 9am

In the spirit of Christmas, the parish hiking group will trek through downtown Pittsburgh on Saturday, Dec. 11, to see the city in its Christmas finery. Participants will meet at St. Brendan's at 9 a.m. and
carpool to the North Shore. Walkers will check out the life-size Nativity scene at USX Tower, the William Penn Hotel's classic interior, the Santas Around the World display and ice rink at PPG Place and more. After some time at the Market Square Holiday Market, the group will have lunch nearby. All are welcome; feel free to bring a friend. For more info, please contact Tom Waseleski.

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Jesus told his followers, “Love one another as I have loved you,” and at St. Brendan’s we work to apply his “new commandment” in everything we do. It animates our friendly welcome to newcomers. It motivates our care for parishioners facing health challenges or personal crises. And it is evident in the joy we take in one another’s company—not just on Sunday mornings but at daily Morning Prayer, in Bible study groups, during Men’s Breakfasts, on Brendan’s Boots hiking trips, and on special occasions like Shrove Tuesday and the Cookie Walk.

Being active in so many ways demands much of a young parish with no endowment to fall back on—and Brendanites are quick to volunteer both their time and their skills. But our active ministries also require resources. Each November, therefore, we ask you to reflect on what St. Brendan’s means to you. We ask you to review your giving in support of our work and to submit a pledge for 2022. Click here to learn how to make a pledge online.

Celebrate Regis' Retirement!
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Sunday, December 5th at 4:00 pm

Join us as we celebrate Regis and Ken’s retirement. A delicious dinner has been planned and we have started a memory board in the fellowship hall. It will be set up until the party. We are asking that people post pictures, tell stories of special memories they have of Regis and Ken.

CONTACT US

2365 McAleer Road, Sewickley, PA 15143

at the corner of Rochester and McAleer in Franklin Park

 

(412) 364-5974

stbrendans@comcast.net

Thanks for contacting us!