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St. Peter & St. Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church
220 Mansfield Blvd (mailing: PO Box 835), Carnegie, PA 15106
Divine Liturgy Sunday 9:30 AM * Vespers Saturday 6:00 PM
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Helpful Orthodox Links
Orthodox Sites
Focus North America -

Link to Focus North America


International Orthodox Christian Charities -

International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC)


Neighborhood Resilience Project -

Link will direct you to google form to apply for their  Trauma Team.


Orthodox Christian Mission Center -

Orthodox Christian Mission Center (OCMC)


St. Constantine School - Pittsburgh Branch -

St. Constantine School - Pittsburgh Branch link 


St. Constantine School Main Site -

The main campus website for the St. Constantine School


UOCofUSA
All Saints Camp -

Link to the All Saints Camp of the UOC of USA located in Emlenton.  The camp where the Youth Minsitry conducts their Summer Programs.


St. Sophia Seminary
Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA -

Link to the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the United States of America


Ukrainian Orthodox League (UOL) -

Link to the National Ukrainian Orthodox League Website


Helpful Ukrainian Related Sites
Ukrainian Sites
Ukrainian Cultural & Humanitarian Institute -

Ukrainian Cultural & Humanitarian Institute (UCHI) Organization brings US & Ukraine closer together.  Ukrainian Humanitarian items & Western PA Ukrainian History Archives.


Ukrainian Technological Society of Pittsburgh -

The Ukrainian Technological Society of Pittsburgh (UTS) is a nonsectarian, nonpolitical, cross-generational association of Ukrainian professionals and business persons interested in cultivating Ukrainian cultural and social awareness, and strengthening the Ukrainian Community through active participation and leadership. 


Helpful Local Area Links
Carnegie / Local Area
Visit Carnegie Website -

Visit Carnegie Website / Carnegie Community Development Corporation:  Responsible for Carnegie Business & Non-profit co-operation & managing activities in the area.


Technology Information

 

Instructions to turn Parish Website into App on Laptop or Phone download PDF HERE

Today's Scripture Readings
All Scripture Readings
Today's Saints
Sunday of the Holy Myrrhbearing Women with the Noble Joseph
Sunday of the Holy Myrrhbearing Women with the Noble Joseph

The Myrrh-bearing women are those women who followed the Lord, along with His Mother. They remained with her during the time of the saving Passion, and anointed the Lord's body with myrrh. Joseph and Νikόdēmos asked for and received the Lord's body from Pilate. They took it down from the Cross,…

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Troparion & Kontakion
Hieromartyr Patrick, Bishop of Prusa, and his companions
Hieromartyr Patrick, Bishop of Prusa, and his companions

Saint Patrick lived during the first century and was bishop of the city of Prusa in Bythnia (Asia Minor). He openly and boldly preached Christ the Savior, and denounced the error of the pagans. Therefore, he and the priests, Acacius, Menander and Polyainus were arrested, and brought to Julius, the…

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Troparion & Kontakion
Venerable Cornelius, Abbot of Komel, Vologda
Venerable Cornelius, Abbot of Komel, Vologda

Saint Cornelius of Komel was descended from the boyar (noble) family Kriukov. His brother Lukian served at the court of the Great Prince of Moscow. When Lukian, who was getting old, decided to go to the monastery of Saint Cyril of White Lake, he was followed by Cornelius, who longed for the…

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Troparion & Kontakion
Venerable Cornelius, Abbot of Paleostrov
Venerable Cornelius, Abbot of Paleostrov

Saint Cornelius of Paleostrov and Olonets, born at Pskov, was the founder of monastic life on Pali island in Lake Onega at the end of the fourteenth century. Despite the desolation of the island, brethren soon gathered near him. He built for them a church in honor of the Nativity of the Most Holy…

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Troparion & Kontakion
Right-believing John, Prince of Uglich, tonsured as Ignatius

The holy Prince John of Uglich was a devout and God-fearing Christian from his youth. He and his brother Demetrius were thrown into prison by their uncle John, and remained there for thirty-two years. Before his death, Prince John received monastic tonsure with the name Ignatius. He was known as a…

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Troparion & Kontakion
Venerable Sergius of Shukhtom

Saint Sergius (Stephen, in the world) was a Schema-monk of Shukhtom (or Shukhtov) Monastery, located in the village of Shukhtom 50 km from the city of Cherepovets. His Holy Relics were buried under the floor of the monastery church, which later became the Protection parish church when the monastery…

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Troparion & Kontakion
Saint John, Bishop of the Goths in the Crimea

Saint John, Bishop of the Goths, lived during the eighth century. The future saint was born in answer to the fervent prayer of his parents. From an early age, he lived a life of asceticism. The saint made a pilgrimage to Jerusalem, and spent three years visiting all the holy places. Then he…

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Troparion & Kontakion
Right-believing Demetrios Donskoy, Grand Prince of Moscow

The right-believing Great Prince Demetrios of Moscow was born in 1350. His father died when Demetrios was just a young child, and so he was entrusted to the guidance of Saint Alexis of Moscow (February 12). The holy Prince Demetrios combined Christian piety with his remarkable political talents,…

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Troparion & Kontakion
Martyr Caluf of Egypt

The Holy Martyr Caluf the Egyptian lived during the third century, and was from the city of Thebes. For his confession of faith in Christ he was arrested and taken before the prefect of the city. He was suspended head downward, and received a cruel beating. The sufferer repeated, “I endure…

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Troparion & Kontakion
Entrance of Saint Nino (Nina) the Enlightener into Georgia
Entrance of Saint Nino (Nina) the Enlightener into Georgia

The holy Apostles Andrew the First-called and Simon the Canaanite first preached the Christian Faith in Georgia in the 1st century, but at the beginning of the 4th century most of the country was still pagan. After the Theotokos revealed God’s will for her future, the Equal-to-the-Apostles…

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Troparion & Kontakion
Martyr Theotime
Martyr Theotime

There is very little information about Saint Theotime (Θεοτίμη) except that she was beheaded ca. 311, thereby receiving an incorruptible crown from Christ.

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Troparion & Kontakion
St. Constantine School - Pittsburgh

 

The Saint Constantine School - Pittsburgh

Information to their websites and social media links and other information.

Please see the following:

The main campus website: https://www.saintconstantine.org

The Pittsburgh campus website: https://www.saintconstantine.org/pittsburgh

LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/TSCS_PGH

Here are the links to our social media pages:

Facebook Page

Facebook Group

Instagram

Pittsburgh Committee YouTube Channel

Main Campus YouTube Channel 

we continue to make progress towards our fundraising goal.  Please consider making a donation to help us move to the next phase!  To donate, please click here.

If you are interested in volunteering on the Launch Committee, including by helping us continue to raise awareness and helping with fundraising, email pittsburgh@saintcontstantine.org and we will connect you with the right people. 

Finally, if you know of anyone else who may be interested in learning more about the efforts to open a branch campus of The Saint Constantine School in Pittsburgh, please have them email pittsburgh@saintconstantine.org and we will add them to the listserv.

Thank you for your continued prayers and support!

In Christ,

The Saint Constantine School - Pittsburgh Launch Committee

St. Peter & St. Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church

P. O. Box 835

(Mailing Address)

 

220 Mansfield Blvd.

Carnegie, PA  15106

Rectory:  412-279-2111

Parish Hall:  412-276-9718


Latest News
Sacred Music Camp 2024
Upcoming Events
Sacred Music Camp 2024 ...
The Resilience Bowl
Upcoming Events
The Resilience Bowl May 21, 2024 ...
All Saints Camp Schedule
Upcoming Events
All Saints Camp Schedule Registration NOW Open! ...
  • Sun
    19May

    Myrrh Bearing Women
     
    9:30AM Divine Liturgy & Coffee Hour Social
     
  • Mon
    20May

    Sign of the Cross
     
    6:00 PM Kyiv Dance Group
     
    9:00PM Catechumen Class - Online
  • Tue
    21May

    Apostle / Evangelist John
     
    7:00PM Moleben for Peace in Ukraine at Sts. Peter & Paul
  • Thu
    23May

    10:00AM Parishioner Senior Coffee Hour
     
Service Schedule
Sunday
9:30am - Divine Liturgy

Followed by Coffee Hour at the Parish Hall

  
Tuesday
7:00pm - Moleben for Peace in Ukraine

Services alternate between Sts. Peter & Paul UOC & Holy Trinity Parish

  
Thursday
10:00am - Parishioner Senior Coffee Hour
  
Saturday
6:00pm - Vespers
  

Please click on the CALENDAR BUTTON not the Calendar Link for the correct calendar information.  Thank you!

INTERESTED IN THE ORTHODOX FAITH?

If you are interested in learning about the Orthodox Faith, please contact Fr. John Charest to find out more about the classes offered.

Monday evening online Zoom classes will resume on April 15, 2024.  To join the classes, please contact Fr. John Charest.

Parish News Feed
Sacred Music Camp 2024
9 May 2024 at 3:49pm

Sacred Music Camp 2024


http://www.orthodoxcarnegie.org/news_240509_2.html

The Resilience Bowl
9 May 2024 at 3:11pm

The Resilience Bowl

May 21, 2024


http://www.orthodoxcarnegie.org/news_240509_1.html

All Saints Camp Schedule
14 Feb 2024 at 11:44am

All Saints Camp Schedule

Registration NOW Open!


http://www.orthodoxcarnegie.org/news_240214_2.html

Mother's Day / St. Thomas (Post Easter Dinner)
12 hours ago

Mother's Day / St. Thomas (Post Easter Dinner)

Sunday, May 12, 2024


http://www.orthodoxcarnegie.org/news_240504_1.html


Quotes from UOC of USA
Orthodoxy in America App Search
Orthodoxy in America
Pray for Peace in Ukraine
Quick Calendar View

For complete calendar information click HERE

News from UOC of USA
Month of MAY in the Life of the Church - Місяць ТРАВЕНЬ в житті Церкви
30 Apr 2024 at 12:01am

http://www.uocofusa.org/news_240429_3.html

Archbishop Daniel's Liturgical Schedule
17 Apr 2024 at 11:06am

http://www.uocofusa.org/news_180803_3.html

A Testament to Faith and Compassion: Supporting Ukraine in Times of Crisis
18 May 2024 at 10:24am

Свідоцтво віри та співчуття: підтримка України під час кризи


http://www.uocofusa.org/news_240518_3.html

The Divine Legacy of Compassion: A Testament to Faith and Love
18 May 2024 at 10:00am

Божественний Вчинок співчуття: свідчення віри та любові


http://www.uocofusa.org/news_240518_2.html

First Ever Pascha Service at All Saints Camp
6 May 2024 at 9:59am

На Таборі Всіх Святих Вперше Відбулися Пасхальні Богослужіння 


http://www.uocofusa.org/news_240518_1.html


Ongoing Parish Efforts

The parish supports various causes and efforts through-out the community during the year.  Below are just a few of our current on-going efforts.

ICON RECYCLING
ICON RECYCLING

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Handicap accessible options to the church and to the lower level of parish hall.

Mailing Address
St. Peter & St. Paul
PO Box 835
Carnegie, PA 15106
Location
220 Mansfield Boulevard
Carnegie, PA 15106
Email, Phone, and Fax
orthodoxcarnegie@gmail.com
(412) 279-2111 (Rectory) (Phone)
(412) 276-9718 (Parish Hall - not a fax line)) (Fax)