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  • Sunday Divine Service – 11:00 a.m. Powerful Preaching, Magnificent Music, Awesome Architecture…. [adhering to CDC guidelines on distancing, facemasks, etc.  Also, streaming live here.]
  • Wednesday Evening Prayer, during the academic year – 9:05-9:25 p.m. (7:00-7:45 p.m. during Advent and Lent) [adhering to CDC guidelines on distancing, facemasks, etc.  Also, streaming live through Google Meet.]
  • Check out our Prayer App
  • Many other worship opportunities throughout the year….

For an understanding of worship, see these theses on worship in a collegiate setting, as well as Pastor Andræ’s post on the liturgy.

We offer rides during the academic year each Sunday to worship from the Pitt WPU at 10:40 a.m., as well as other times on Sundays from CMU, Duquesne, Geneva, and La Roche.  If you need a ride from anywhere else or for any other event, simply contact us!  Also, the following PAT Bus routes stop within a block of First Trinity: 71A, 71B, 71C, 71D, 28X, 54, 75, P3. If you prefer to walk, First Trinity is only approx. 10 minutes from the center of CMU’s and Pitt’s campuses.

The Most Livable Church – “Pittsburgh has now twice been rated America’s ‘Most Livable City.’ I was just there and found that First Trinity Lutheran must surely be the most livable church in the Pittsburgh area. The liturgy was so wonderfully rich and Lutheran that it reminded me of my childhood in Leipzig, die city of Johann Sebastian Bach. What a marvelous worship space you have, what a splendid organist! Martin Luther called Gospel-centered sermons ‘black bread,’ meaning nutritious. That’s what I received at First Trinity. I felt spiritually well fed.Thanks for having me. I’ll be back for seconds.”
Uwe Siemon-Netto
International Journalist
Visiting Professor of Journalism at Concordia University Irvine
Director of the Center for Lutheran Theology and Public Life