Saint Mary of Mercy Church
Third Avenue at Stanwix Street
Categories: Sacred Place
Saint Mary of Mercy Church is the Roman Catholic church in Downtown Pittsburgh.
The church building was completed in the Fall of 1936. In fact, the building was under construction during the great Saint Patrick’s Day flood of 1936 and there is a marker near the entrance of the church indicating the water level at that time.
Saint Mary’s is also home to the Red Door program which has been serving lunch to the needy six days a week since the Great Depression.
Saint Mary of Mercy continues to serve those living, working, and visiting Downtown by providing a quiet place of refuge amidst the busyness of the city. We hope that you enjoy your visit with us and please know that you are welcome any time!
YOUR EXPERIENCE: A priest and other members of the parish will be on site to show you around and answer any questions. Feel free to join us for worship at 4:00pm on Saturday, October 7 or at 12:00pm on Sunday, October 8
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes, The Wheelchair Accessible entrance is located on Stanwix Street between Third Avenue and the Boulevard of the Allies
Restrooms Available: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible Restrooms: Yes
Photography Restrictions: You are welcome to take photos. However, we kindly ask that no one step up onto the altar to take photographs. Thank you.