What is now Grace Community Church is one of Pittsburgh's oldest congregations, dating back to 1894 when a group of non-denominational Christians met at different houses each week.
In 1906 it became part of the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Zion Church, a primarily African-American denomination that can trace its origins to 1796.
The current church, built in 1915 with remodeling begun in the 1980s, is a handsome stone structure with gothic elements and beautiful stain glass windows. It has facilities for worship, family activities, classic and community events.
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On-street parking is available.