Trinity Cathedral

★★★★★
  • 328 6th St

    Pittsburgh, PA 15215

    Map & Directions
  • 412-232-6404

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Mon-Fri 9am-3pm

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An amazing sight on Sixth Street in the middle of downtown Pittsburgh. Trinity is known as "The Bishop's Church", being part of the Pittsburgh Episcopal Diocese of America. We visited there for the first time on a Sunday afternoon, and the Sexton gave us a friendly, informative tour of the church and it's smaller chapel dedicated to St. Mary.

Most impressive outside was a small cemetery containing very old gravestones, some dating back to the 1700's. There was one tiny rectangular one, surrounded by stonework, bearing the name of an infant who died in the early 1800's. We could not make out the entire inscription, but part of it said, "Sheffield, England". There was still Sweet Alyssum blooming on the grave.

We have not actually attended a service here, but plan to in the future. The architecture is most impressive, and inside is like all Episcopal cathedrals -- the ceilings resemble an upside down hull of a sailing ship. If old churches intrigue you, then you must visit Trinity. Check their website for service times.

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★★★★★

An amazing sight on Sixth Street in the middle of downtown Pittsburgh. Trinity is known as "The Bishop's Church", being part of the Pittsburgh Episcopal Diocese of America. We visited there for the first time on a Sunday afternoon, and the Sexton gave us a friendly, informative tour of the church and it's smaller chapel dedicated to St. Mary.

Most impressive outside was a small cemetery containing very old gravestones, some dating back to the 1700's. There was one tiny rectangular one, surrounded by stonework, bearing the name of an infant who died in the early 1800's. We could not make out the entire inscription, but part of it said, "Sheffield, England". There was still Sweet Alyssum blooming on the grave.

We have not actually attended a service here, but plan to in the future. The architecture is most impressive, and inside is like all Episcopal cathedrals -- the ceilings resemble an upside down hull of a sailing ship. If old churches intrigue you, then you must visit Trinity. Check their website for service times.

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