Welcome from our Senior Pastor

What We Believe 

Christ Church at Grove Farm is an evangelical non-denominational church with roots in the Anglican Tradition. Our Anglican Roots are demonstrated in a number of ways, but perhaps the most significant is our use of the 39 Articles as our statement of faith. We also utilize the Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed which are consistent with Anglican beliefs, but also anchors us with the historic and world-wide fellowship of believers.

Who We Are

Our Leadership

Our pastors, administrators, and lay staff seek to emulate Christ’s example of servant leadership. While each has taken a different path to Christ Church, they hold one thing in common: a passion for serving others.  

Leadership & Staff

Our Sermons

Christ is the heart of who we are as a church, and we learn His ways by teaching the scriptures. The Bible is the infallible word of God, and it contains everything we need to flourish as Christians. Each of our pastors teach from this perspective. Their sermons are rooted in scripture; their teaching flows from the Word itself to encourage, enlighten and inspire us. One of the best ways to get to know our pastors and our church is to listen to a few sermons.

Latest Sermon

Our Services

Sanctuary Service // 10:00 am
In the Sanctuary, our Anglican traditions shine. The hymns of our faithful forerunners ring out as the choir and worship team lead us in songs old and new. Our pastors and lay leaders guide us in prayer, scripture, the creeds and the preaching of God’s word as we express our gratitude and experience the presence of the Living Lord Our God.

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Wilson Hall Service // 8:45 & 11:15 am*
Over on the Wilson Hall side of things, the word of the Lord rings loud and true with energetic anthems of praise, communal recitation of the creeds and quiet moments of prayer and personal reflection. God’s word is preached through our pastors, songs and modern expressions of faith in a comfortable yet reverent atmosphere where all are welcome to come just as they are.

*Signing for the deaf at the 11:15 am service.

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A Snapshot of Our Facilities

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Location

We are located in the North Hills, just off Mount Nebo Road at 249 Duff Road, Sewickley, PA 15143. Use the interactive map below to find directions to the church from anywhere in the world!

General directions:

From Pittsburgh: Take I-279 north to Camp Horne Rd. Exit; merge into right lane off exit ramp. Right to next traffic light, make left onto Mt. Nebo Rd./Lowries Run Rd.; continue thru traffic light at Arndt Rd.; thru traffic light at Roosevelt Rd.; cresting top of hill, (First Student School Bus parking lot on left) bear left at “Y” behind First Student parking area on to Duff Road. Church is 2/10 mile on left.

From 79: Take I-79 to Mt. Nebo Rd. Exit (Exit 68). Follow signs toward Mt. Nebo. Turn sharp right on Duff Rd. at top of hill (at Andora's Restaurant). Church property is about 2/10 mile on left.

From Turnpike: Take Exit 28; head south on I-79 toward Pittsburgh; in 2 miles keep right; (do not take I-279 exit south) continue south on I-79 (approx. 3 miles) to the Mt. Nebo Rd. Exit. Turn left over top I-79 on to Mt. Nebo, up hill past Sheetz Gas Station and Seubert Heath Benefits on left; at top of hill (Andora’s Restaurant) make hard right at First Student School Bus Company and on to Duff Rd.
Church is 2/10 mile on left.

We hope to see you this Sunday!