An ELPC member recently said, "I'm part of a church where everyone I’ve ever known in my life is welcome."About ELPC
It is important to reach out to people who are grieving or searching for spiritual answers as well as to speak out for social justice and positive change, so that all God's children are loved and protected.Learn More
Our Presbyterian heritage reminds us that we stand upon the shoulders of faithful predecessors and by God's grace we are proudly "Reformed, Always Reforming"!Learn More
As the East Liberty neighborhood changes, our members and staff seek to put our faith into practice through words, deeds, programs, prayer, worship, and outreach.Learn More
Wednesday 7:00 PM
East Liberty Presbyterian Church offers evening prayers with...
Sunday 8:45 AM
Join us for a lively service of spirit, hope, and praise in which we encounter God’s word in a fresh, compelling way.
Sunday 11:00 AM
This service is held in the sanctuary on...
Sunday 11:00 AM
The Rev. Dr. L. Roger Owens will be...
Wednesday 12:00 AM
Please join us for worship during Holy Week...
Tuesday 10:00 AM
A special Earth Day ceremony will happen in...
Saturday 5:00 PM
Three Rivers Ringers Pittsburgh’s Premiere Community Handbell Ensemble...
Regular Schedule: New! Open Early, 7:00 Am to 1:00 Pm On Mondays, And 9:00 Am to 9:00 Pm On Wednesdays. Be Sure To Check The Calendar For Any Schedule Changes Or Updates!Learn More
Join us for our exciting third season of vocal, instrumental, and chamber music offerings! All events are free and family appropriate. Visit the link below to see the entire 2013-2014 season.Learn More
ELPC partners with other East End churches to support Open Hands Ministry, which strengthens neighborhoods through moving people from renters to first-time homeowners. Are you willing to join us in this empowering mission? Come and see!Learn More
Wednesday afternoons and evenings (3:30 – 7:30 pm) are when youth gather at ELPC for fellowship, study, play, and mission activities. Come make friends and make a difference in God’s world!Learn More
Sign up to be part of our informal fellowship groups, who meet every 4-8 weeks in one another’s homes for a simple meal and great conversation.Learn More
We are often asked “Why the Cathedral?” Admittedly, a cathedral is not typical of the Presbyterian faith. That said, we do not have a typical approach to our faith. The Cathedral of Hope is meant to serve as the central hub in the community-a place for people of all beliefs and walks of life to gather and worship, celebrate, hold meetings and events, or simply find a moment’s peace. Our doors and hearts are open to you.Learn More