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St. Brendan's is open for worship!

First Sunday of the Month: Masks  are required.

Following Sundays: Masks are optional.  


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


8 am: Holy Eucharist Rite II

(In-person only)

10 am: Holy Eucharist Rite II

(Livestreaming and In-person)

with Sunday School (Sept-May)

and Nursery care

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

Zoom Morning Prayer (Rite II):

Monday - Thursday 8 am

Wednesdays at 5 pm: Holy Eucharist


Social Justice




Children & Youth


ESL Classes



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Deadly by Design Film Screening

Thursday, April 25th at 7pm

It's time to face the truth, gun violence isn't random or inevitable. Our system is Deadly by Design.

Join us for a screening of Deadly by Design, a story telling film where gun violence survivors explain how policy failures lead to their tragedies. We will learn how we can shift the narrative on gun violence to insure we are safer.   

Light refreshments will be served.

For more information contact Marilyn Mulvihill.

Episcopal Women

Daughters of the King

All women at St. Brendan's who desire a closer, spiritual walk in their daily lives are invited to consider participation in the Order of the Daughters of the King. An order of women within the Episcopal Church, its members seek to live out the commitments made in the baptismal covenant. The mission of the order is the extension of Christ's Kingdom through prayer, service and evangelism. 


We will hold an informational meeting sometime in April. If you are interested in knowing more, please contact Sandy Nagy or Johanna Rengers. 

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Homelessness Awareness Lenten Project

It is time to turn your mite boxes in!


Thank you to all who have followed the Lenten "Help the Homeless" calendar and filled their mite boxes. Please remember to bring them to church in the next few weeks and leave them in the blue container in the Narthex. The Bishop will bless the boxes when she is here on April 28th; the money will then be counted and given to Outreached Arms, a non-profit for the homeless. 


If you have not taken part in this Lenten project and would still like to help, you can drop a check, made out to Outreached Arms, in the blue container.  


Contact Donna Aiello with questions. 


2365 McAleer Road, Sewickley, PA 15143

at the corner of Rochester and McAleer in Franklin Park


(412) 364-5974

Thanks for contacting us!

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