This suburban church primarily serves the communities of the city’s South Hills but also has members from many surrounding counties.
It is named in honor of Paul (5CE-67CE) one of the most influential early Christian missionaries, with his writings forming a considerable portion of the New Testament.
The church began in 1836 in the city's Hill District before relocating to its current site in 1930. The new church was constructed of Indiana limestone
featuring an English Gothic style of architecture. It has been expanded multiple times since.
St. Paul's offers various ministrial programs for families, adults, children and teens including a vacation Bible school and music.
The church office is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
On-site parking is available.