Religion - Pittsburgh Houses of Worship
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Allegheny Valley Association of Churches
Made up of clergy and lay people from over 32 member churches, this organization serves several of Pittsburgh's northern communities through a food bank, a hospitality network and other services.
American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of the USA
This Web site from Johnstown, PA offers a directory of parishes and a good introduction to Orthodox Christianity.
Buddhist Society of Pittsburgh
An association of Buddhist groups in Pittsburgh working to encourage the study of Buddhist teachings.
The Pittsburgh Orthodox Jewish community Web site includes Syngogue and Minyan schedules, links to kosher restaurants and retailers, Jewish educational opportunities, and Jewish community services.
Light of Life Rescue Mission
Non-profit, non-denominational Christian agency dedicated to serving homeless and needy men, women and children of Southwestern Pennsylvania by providing food, shelter and hope through a continuum of outreach and residential programs.
Muslim Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh
This non-political organization serves the religious, cultural and social needs of Muslims from Pittsburgh and southwestern Pennsylvania.
Open Door Youth Outreach Center
Christian ministry opens its doors to the youth of Pittsburgh, providing an environment of safety and fun.
The Pittsburgh Experiment
Christian inter-denominational ministry brings religion to the workplace, providing spiritual resources to business, professional and working people and to area churches.
Pittsburgh Leadership Foundation
Non-profit organization brings together leaders from business, government and non-profits to address the spiritual needs of the city, and the poor, suffering and needy people who live in it.
The Pittsburgh Project
This urban, neighborhood-based, Christian community development organization operates youth development programs, service camps and retreats, as well as providing homeowner services to vulnerable homeowners.
Pittsburgh Youth Network
This coalition of multi-denominational churches, youth service agencies and youth workers brings together resources to serve the youth of the greater Pittsburgh area.
Pittsburgh's Downtown Churches
History, photos, and a walking tour map of the historic churches of downtown Pittsburgh.
Sri Venkateswara Temple
SV Temple is located in Penn Hills, an eastern suburb of Pittsburgh, and is one of the earliest Hindu temples to be built in the United States.