Christ Church at Grove Farm is a caring, Christian family committed to sharing the love of Christ to all people and walking alongside them in their faith journey
We are a non-denominational evangelical church worshiping in the Anglican tradition. Our beliefs are summarized in the 39 Articles of Religion listed in the Book of Common Prayer.
Our heritage in the Anglican tradition provides the firm foundation from which we reach our world with the timeless truths of the Gospel. Christ Church at Grove Farm is a church whose values have been tested by time and based on scripture, our final authority in all matters of faith and practice.
As a family-focused church, we offer something for everyone. You can find a list of our ministries here, or you can click here for help in getting connected to our church.
Located on 42 acres atop Mt. Nebo, our campus allows us to offer activities for the whole family. Our scenic pond is place to sit and be surrounded by nature, and even squeeze in some catch-and-release fishing. Within our buildings, you will find a variety of rooms suitable for bible studies and community gatherings, as well as age appropriate spaces for children of all ages. On Sunday mornings, we gather for worship in two spaces, the Sanctuary and Wilson Hall and either before or after the services, you can grab a bite to eat at The Lakeside Café, located inside our lobby.
This is who we are. This is the nature of our church and the foundation on which we have grown and been blessed over the years.
To call our World to Christ.
As a caring Christian community, our mission is to make disciples who share Christ with their world.
The cross with the Greek letters Chi Rho for Christ, is the centerpiece forming four quadrants. The top left is the Holy Bible, God’s Word.The top right is a symbol of the Holy Trinity. The three lions in the lower left signify our Anglican roots. The lower right shows a dove, the Holy Spirit, over the Golden Triangle with the Ohio River flowing to the foot of the cross. At the top of the cross is the crown of the King of Kings and to the sides are the Greek letters Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end.
After meeting weekly in prayer for several months, our founders were led to establish a new church, temporarily called "New Church of Sewickley." From the beginning, they were united in their belief that the primary role of the church was to share the saving Gospel with the world. Ten days after that decision was made, 120 people gathered in the upper room at the Sewickley Country Inn for their first service on July 23, 1995. Read more ...