The chapel, by design, is non-sectarian. No clergy are directly assigned to the chapel.
For weddings, memorial, funeral and baptismal services, all clergy are welcome, as are civil officiants.
Any clergy affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh Association of Chaplaincies (http://www.pitt.edu/~chaplain/) may request the opportunity to hold service at the Chapel.
See what services we currently offer below…
The weekly service sponsored by the Lutheran Campus Ministries
has been suspended. Services will resume Fall, 2020.
Christian Student Fellowship (CSF) is a campus ministry in Pittsburgh which reaches students from all city universities, including Pitt, CMU, Point Park, Duquesne, and more. Greg Voss is the "in the field" minister for CSF, as well as being an elder at Squirrel Hill.
Visit CSF's website or Facebook page.
The weekly service held at Heinz Memorial Chapel has been suspended. Services will resume Fall, 2020.
The service of Compline originated during the Middle Ages in the monasteries of Europe as monks sang their prayers for peace and forgiveness before going to sleep. The service at Heinz Chapel is almost entirely sung by the Pittsburgh Compline Choir. Every person is warmly invited to experience the transcendent beauty of this mystical service. Sponsored by the Lutheran Campus Ministries.
The weekly service has been suspended and will resume in the Fall of 2020.