Welcome to Faith Lutheran Church of Upper St. Clair!

Faith Lutheran Church of Upper St. Clair, PA has been witnessing to the Lord and serving the South Hills area of Pittsburgh since 1949. We are a mid-sized family-oriented congregation with a wide range of age groups and diverse backgrounds. We have been growing steadily and consistently, yet value our relationships and strive to keep a personal connection as a reflection of our walk with the Lord. Liturgy begins at 10:30 AM on Sunday and is lead by Reverend Ronald Weryha. Our Christian Education program offers an expanding Sunday School program, two Adult Discussion Groups, and Small Group Ministries. Music is an important part of our worship which includes an Adult Choir and a Handbell Choir. Our goal at Faith is to help individuals make and strengthen their connection to God, to other people, and to the Christian Church in a welcoming and supportive environment.

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A Word from Pastor Ron
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  • Happy Easter - Henry Melchior Muhlenberg (1711 – 1787) is the patriarch of Lutheranism on American soil. He came from Germany to eastern Pennsylvania in 1742 and established several congregations thus providing a Lutheran presence and witness that has been here since. He writes in his journal the following entry…“When I preached my first sermon in the country ...

SHIM Food Pantry:
The suggested foods for April are peanut butter and jelly.  There is also a need at the pantry for baked beans and ketchup.  Looking ahead, May’s suggested foods are canned soups and vegetables.  The 4-6th grade Sunday School Class has been collecting cake mixes, frosting, candles and disposable baking pans to provide families with the chance to make birthday cakes.  Baking supplies are always needed and very much appreciated. Our total so far this year is 254#.   The SHIM Donation box is located in the vestibule in the Outreach Corner.

The need for food increases in the South Hills as the food pantries of SHIM are used by more people. There are now sites at the SHIM Center at Bethel Park, SHIM Family Center at Prospect Park, and Baldwin United Presbyterian Church. Here, families may pick out the items they need for nutritious, balanced meals. Last year, SHIM’s pantries served more than 600 families and 1,700 individuals.  For more information on any of SHIM’s activities and events, please go to shimcares.org .