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.
worship with us
8 am: Holy Eucharist Rite II
10 am: Holy Eucharist Rite II
and Sunday school
11:30 am: fellowship
Fourth Sunday of the month
(September - May):
7 pm: Holy Eucharist Rite II
Last Wednesday of the month:
Candlelight evening prayer service with Taizé music
As you may know, our diocese is currently engaged in the early stages of selecting a new bishop. The Nominating Committee wants you to know about a survey they have developed to solicit the views of every member of the diocese.
Here is a short explanatory letter from the Committee. We will update the website (and send out an email) as soon as the electronic version of the survey is available. If you would prefer to receive a paper copy of the survey instrument, please contact us.
P.S. Don't forgot to also take St. Brendan's parish survey about reopening for in-person worship.
Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 7pm
We are hosting a parish-wide meeting to discuss action steps we as a parish, and each of us as individuals, might commit to, so that we can do our part to take a stand against Racism in our country and a solidarity stand recognizing that Black Lives Matter. Check your email for the Zoom information or contact us.
Prior to tonight's meeting, please read this hand-out entitled Racism--Black Lives Matter--Action Steps.
Please also give some reflection to these two questions and bring specific ideas to share at the meeting along the lines of these two questions.
Question 1: What do you already know about Racism in America and Black Lives Matter?
Question 2: What are Action Steps you've heard about or come across that we as a church (St. Brendan's) could take on as a corporate commitment and what are some personal (individual) action steps we know about that individuals can take to aid the cause of anti-racism in America.
In the meantime, if you haven’t seen it, Bishop Dorsey sent out an amazing YouTube letter. His letter is a call to action and a message of love and healing.
Online Morning and Evening Prayer
Morning Prayer (Rite II)
Monday through Saturday at 8:30 am
Evening Prayer (Rite I) Monday/Wednesday/Friday at 7:00 pm
Click here to join the Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 479 620 1105
2365 McAleer Road, Sewickley, PA 15143
at the corner of Rochester and McAleer in Franklin Park