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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




Modern Episcopalians

Thursdays at 7 pm

Meeting via Zoom

Modern Episcopalians will resume meeting on February 8th. We will be studying the Lord's Prayer (Our Father) by reviewing the biblical background and meaning of this most often recited but least understood prayer. We will be using the book The Greatest Prayer: Rediscovering the Revolutionary Message of the Lord's Prayer by John Dominic Crossan. Copies are available in the narthex and on Amazon. If you would like an email invitation to the meeting, contact John Appeldorn.   

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Justice Ministry presents Clean Air Initiative

Presented by Matt Mehalik, Executive Director of Breathe Project

Sunday, March 3rd at 11:30 am

Please mark your calendar and plan to join us after our 10:00 am Service.

More Info

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Homelessness Awareness Lenten Project

Wednesday, February 14th to Saturday, March 30th


The Justice Ministry is once again offering a Lenten project to help the homeless right from our own homes. 

All are welcome to participate - adults and children. You can pick up supplies at church or use this calendar with your own container. Alternatively, you can simply keep a tally of the money and submit a check for the total. 

At the end of Lent, the funds will be given to Outreached Arms, a non-profit for the homeless. The money will be distributed through First Presbyterian Church of Pittsburgh. 


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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