Sunday Morning Worship - 11:00am
Also offered during the year:
Sunday School - 10:00-10:45am
Small groups engage like-minded peers who have a variety of needs and interests. At Calvary, our small groups form naturally out of the interests and needs of our community. There is always a new small group popping up as our congregation is growing. Explore our groups and how to get involved. Join us!More Info
Dear Church Family,
July 1, 2022 will be a time of transition for Calvary United Methodist Church. Reverend Larry Homitsky will begin his retirement from the ministry and Reverend Kelly Smith will assume the lead pastor role at the Monroeville United Methodist Church.
To prepare for the future of Calvary, the Staff Parish Relations Committee, the Chair of Church Council and our Lay Leader have been meeting with the District Superintendent. A full-time pastor was requested. Through prayer and discernment, the District Superintendent, Cabinet and Bishop made a pastoral appointment for Calvary and on Friday, March 18, 2022, the District Superintendent introduced the newly appointed pastor to the Staff Parish Relations Committee, the Chair of Church Council and our Lay Leader. Our new pastor is Rev. Shane Siciliano. The announcement was made to the congregation on Sunday, March 20th. Shane will join Calvary on July 1, 2022. To get to know our new pastor, please click on the button below.
Please keep Calvary in your prayers as we move through this time of transition.
Chair, Staff Parish Relations Committee (SPRC)Learn More
Calvary United Methodist Church has stood as a beacon of hope, light, and faithfulness on Pittsburgh’s North Side since 1895. The building and congregation have undergone much renewal and development over the past few decades – most notably the restoration of the church’s breath-taking Tiffany windows – and there is still work to be completed.
One current project is the restoration of our church bell and the addition of a carillon. Our original bell is in the church’s highest tower on Allegheny Avenue and has rarely rung in over 30 years.
We hope to offer the pleasant bell tones once again to the Allegheny West and Manchester neighborhoods and possibly beyond. The digital carillon will ring through the streets with songs of the seasons lending a small-town feel to the busy North Side neighborhoods.
For more information about the fundraising campaign and how you can support this project, please click on the button.More Info