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Pride in our past ... Faith in our future!

COR's 50th Anniversary celebratory program, open house, and dinner on Saturday, September 1st, brought together more than 80 persons in celebration of COR's first half century and joyful anticipation of its second. On Sunday, September 2, we shared a celebratory worship service and a cake and punch reception.


Thank you to all who attended, supported, and presented at COR's 50th Anniversary events. It was a time made truly special by great fellowship, food, and celebration of our having "come this far by faith." Here's to the next fifty years!


Contributing to COR as we celebrate 50 years: Contributions may be made to COR's Century Fund, in support of COR's next 50 years, to be used for ministry and outreach, facility maintenance and repair, and equipment and supplies. Contributions may be made via PayPal (link at the bottom of this page), or by a check made payable to "COR" and mailed to: Community of Reconciliation Church, 100 North Bellefield Avenue, Pittsburgh PA 15213.

Welcome, Pastor Elizabeth Michael Ross!

On August 27, 2018, Community of Reconciliation Church welcomed our new pastor, Rev. Elizabeth Michael Ross. A native of Conover, North Carolina, Rev. Ross graduated with honors from Presbyterian College in 2003 with a dual degree in music performance (organ) and religion/philosophy. She earned her Master of Divinity degree in 2008 from Princeton Theological Seminary, where she was awarded the Edward Howell Roberts Scholarship in Preaching and the Jagow Prize in Homiletics and Speech. Rev. Ross has previously served as Director of Christian Education at the Darlington (SC) Presbyterian Church, as associate pastor of the Trinity Avenue Presbyterian Church (NC), and as Interim Associate Pastor at University Presbyterian Church in Chapel Hill, NC.


Community of Reconciliation Church is an intentionally interracial and inclusive Protestant community worshiping in Pittsburgh's Oakland neighborhood. 




100 N. Bellefield Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15213

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