East Liberty Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh

#11 of 13 in Historic Sites in Pittsburgh
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
East Liberty Presbyterian Church, sometimes referred to as the Cathedral of Hope, is in the East Liberty neighborhood of the East End of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The current building is the fifth church building to occupy the site; the first was in 1819.
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  • So many beautiful churches in Pittsburgh and The East Liberty Presbyterian is no exception. Stunning architecture and stained glass!  more »
  • This Gothic-style church was built between 1932 and 1935 (hard to believe that it took ONLY 3 years to build). The church, but not the current structure, dates from 1819. The church is immense, and....  more »
  • Probably the most beautiful church I've been in. Will go every year for the holiday concert.
  • Saw a Mendelssohn Choir performance in this gorgeous place. Great show, beautiful architecture.

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