Pittsburgh November 26, 2016
The Chapel In Pittsburgh That’s Located In The Most Unforgettable Setting
Pittsburgh lays claim to several incredibly unique chapels.
St. Anthony’s Chapel, for example, houses 5,000 original Christian relics, second only to the Vatican itself. And, Heinz Memorial Chapel, a community favorite for decades, promises tranquility in the midst of the hustle and bustle of every day life.
Nestled in the busy Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Heinz Memorial Chapel has served the Pittsburgh community since 1938.
The breathtaking chapel, a non-denominational institution, sits on the bustling campus of the University of Pittsburgh.
Gifted to the University of Pittsburgh from the Heinz Family, the chapel draws Pittsburghers and visitors from around the world, who enjoy spectacular views of the Cathedral of Learning from the chapel's front lawn.
Countless visitors seek out the quiet that the chapel provides while...
The chapel itself hosts more than 1,000 events every year, including weddings, nondenominational religious services, memorial services, and even classes.
Experience the unparalleled beauty of Heinz Memorial Chapel, designed by Charles Z. Klauder who emphasized metal, wood, and stone in his design.
The chapel also features nearly two dozen stain glassed windows, the work of Charles J. Connick, a Boston artist from Western Pennsylvania.
Heinz Chapel welcomes visitors on a walking tour of the chapel, led by a docent, during regular chapel hours.
Stop by Heinz Chapel during its normal hours: Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.
Heinz Memorial Chapel
4200 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
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Heinz Chapel in Pittsburgh, perhaps the city’s most unique chapel, is just one of the
many enchanting spots in our beloved city that deserve a visit at least once.