The First Baptist Church Of Pittsburgh was first formed in 1812 in downtown Pittsburgh, and the congregation moved into this church building in 1912.
As a "house of prayer for all people" they are racially and culturally diverse and welcome all seeking to understand their faith or inquiring about Christianity.
The physical church is a beautiful gothic building and National Historic Site that regularly opens its doors for a variety of community groups as well as live music performances.
The office is open Monday and Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The church has its own parking lot and there is some limited on-street parking as well.