The congregation at Carnegie United Methodist Church is a multi-generational community of faith on a spiritual journey, seeking to grow and mature in Christ
Founded in 1968 through a merger, The United Methodist Church is a Christian denomination that traces its roots back to the revival movement in 18th Century England.
Carnegie United Methodist Church was constructed more than 120 years ago of handsome red brick with beautiful stain glass windows. It can be found in the suburb of Carnegie, five miles southwest of Pittsburgh.
Public events are often held in the church's fellowship hall, located in the basement.
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Free, on-site parking is available in the lot behind the church.