North Way Christian Community Church in Pittsburgh, PA
  • Welcome to

    East End

    Service Times

    • Sunday: 11am

    5941 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206 Offices & Ministry Center: 5941 1/2 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206

  • Connect

    Connect

    Connect to one another, whether it’s your first time attending our campus or you’re a fully engaged member of the church. At North Way East End, we desire to create community as we live and walk together to seek, find, and know the living God. Small Groups We believe strongly that one of the best ways to connect with one another, grow in your faith, and serve in and as the local church is to become part of a small group. For more information, click here or email Jon Mathieu. Membership Connect to the local church, its members, and its mission by exploring membership at North Way -- a church home where you can belong. For more information, click here or email Bri Fiendt.
  • Grow

    Grow

    There are always opportunities to grow in your faith, whether you’re exploring Christianity or have been a Christian for years. Here are just some of the steps you can take at North Way East End to mature in faith as you follow the Lord on your own journey -- and prepare to help others on theirs. Baptism The act of water baptism is an important first step in your spiritual journey as an outward expression of the grace of God in the life of a believer. For more information, click here or email Jon Mathieu. Discipleship Simply put, discipleship is about learning how to be a disciple of Jesus -- and learning how to make disciples of Jesus. For more information, click here or email Jon Mathieu.
  • Serve

    Serve

    Whether you’ve never volunteered before or are ready to serve in a leadership role, we are all called to serve meaningfully in and as the local church. If you’d like to serve, but aren’t sure where, we’d love to help! Please contact Bri Feindt. Volunteer Opportunities Please consider serving our church family by volunteering in one of these areas: Worship Our worship team seeks to create an atmosphere in which people can be led by the Holy Spirit to encounter the greatness of God. Through music, prayer, and meditating on Scripture, the worship team helps to lead each person who attends a service into God’s presence. For more information, contact Leif. Production Production team volunteers make our Sunday worship services happen. Whether it’s by managing slides so that any person can know and sing a worship song, or by running lighting and sound equipment to ensure there are no distractions during a service, this team helps people encounter God. For more information, contact John. Family Ministry Family Ministry volunteers invest in the lives of the next generation by intentionally sharing their faith with children, from infants in our Nursery to Student Ministry kids about to graduate from high school. Our volunteers help to shape our children and teenagers into the servant-leaders God has created them to be. For more information, contact Ryan. Hospitality Our hospitality team designs and creates a welcoming environment where every person who walks through our doors will feel known and loved. Hospitality volunteers, by greeting at the doors, handing out the Notes, conversing around coffee, and asking great questions, affirm the value of every person who attends North Way. For more information, contact Bri. Safety Team We want everyone who attends North Way to know they are in a place that is emotionally, spiritually, and physically safe. Our safety team volunteers work to provide a physically safe environment in which people can experience God. Safety volunteers respond to emergency situations, provide medical assistance, and ensure the physical security of every person -- adult and child -- attending a worship service. For more information, contact Jon.
  • Kidz

    Kidz

    North Way Kidz Church is a dynamic and creative environment where kids from birth to 5th grade discover who Jesus is and learn how to apply biblical truth to their lives. Kidz Church is available at the 11am service. Follow North Way Kidz on Facebook to keep your family connected! You’ll find information on event updates and registrations, as well as a weekly curriculum, parent “helpfuls” and prayers, fun photos and more! For more information about Kids Ministry at East End, contact Ryan Lancia.
  • Students

    Students

    Student Ministry | 4pm-6pm Sundays, East End Ministry Center North Way Students is a dynamic environment where middle and high school students (6-12th grade) are encouraged to experience, know and follow Jesus. Weekly Gatherings Our gatherings are filled with unpredictable fun, relevant teaching, and small group time -- all designed to help students understand how to make sense of the questions they face in life and to live out what they are learning. Beyond our gatherings, North Way students experience incredible events and retreats, and have the opportunity to serve in ministry during our weekend services. And because we believe in partnering with parents, we equip families with application tools and resources to keep the conversation going beyond our student gatherings. Ultimately, as a student nears graduation, we are working to help pack that student’s bag with all that they need to own their faith as they move into the next phase of their life. Student Ministry Short Term Trips Student Ministry short term trips focus on partnering both with churches and established organizations on a local, national, and global scale. A cross-cultural ministry trip, whether around the world or to a city here at home, has the potential to be truly life-changing. You will be able to experience God and grow in your relationship with Him as you are removed from your day-to-day activities and routines. You will develop a God-centered perspective, allowing you to see your life at home through a new lens. You will serve others and live out the faith principles taught in Scripture as you grow, develop, and are challenged to truly practice your faith. You will grow in your relationship with the Lord, your teammates and leaders, and those in the community you enter. For more information about East End’s Student Ministry, email Ryan Lancia.  
  • Care and Counseling

    Care and Counseling

    Marriage Matters Whether married for years or newly engaged, Marriage Matters provides hope for growth, tools for growth and an environment for growth. Combining biblical principles and a practical look into relationships, Marriage Matters features live teaching in a group setting followed by interactive and engaging small group discussion. Come experience Marriage Matters and deepen your intimacy with God and your spouse! We offer Marriage Matters 1 and 2 (Marriage Matters 1 is a prerequisite). For information about upcoming sessions, please contact Jon Mathieu. Care Ministry Recovery Groups
    • Recovery Matters: Recovery Matters is a place to support each other, looking at God’s word to sort through addictions, abuses, anger, relationships, or whatever is keeping us from growing in Christ. If you are struggling with any hurts, habits or hangups and aren’t sure where to turn, join us! Everyone is welcome. For our women’s group, please contact Laura Dennehy: laura.dennehy89@gmail.com. For our men’s group, please contact Dan Dennehy: dandennehy86@gmail.com. Other questions? Contact Paul Hunter.
    • Purity Matters: A confidential small group ministry offering support, accountability, and biblical tools to help men overcome purity issues through the power of Jesus Christ. Email us for more information.
    Community Care Ministry Community Care is designed to come alongside those who are in a season of need (struggling with illness, hospitalization, or finances) or a season of change (new births, weddings, funerals, or family emergencies). Community Care varies according to need, but often includes visitation, prayer support, and providing meals. If you know of an individual or a family in need, please email us. As a part of our Community Care Ministry, specific help is available for widows and single moms in a confidential and safe environment. We offer assistance with minor house and car repair, lawn care, leaf and snow removal, and how-to projects like taxes or buying a car. We also provide support for personal struggles through professional counseling, group support, and mentoring. For questions or more information, please email us or call 724.935.6800 ext. 1244. Professional Counseling Services For more information about North Way Counseling Services available at the East End campus, please email us or call 724.935.0680.  
  • Ladies Night Out

    Take a night off from the daily grind! Leave the husband, kids, dogs and piles of work at home and join us for one night a month to be refreshed with our community of women. This is a great chance to meet some amazing women at East End, make a new friend to walk your journey with, or just get a yummy meal you didn't have to cook. RSVP to Erin at erincasci@hotmail.com.

    When

    • Thursday, October 20, 2016
      7:30-9:30 pm
  • Message Series: "Landmarks"

    It is easier to remember epic events when you can go see it, touch it, and have the story retold. Sadly, even the greatest of moments can be forgotten and lost over time. In this series, we will revisit and retell historic events in which God revealed His character and love for us. Join us for this “Live Teaching Tour” series as five different pastors remember and remind us of five powerful God “Landmarks.” Text "NORTHWAY" to 42828 to subscribe to daily devotional and small group content delivered via email to your inbox each weekday throughout this series.

    When

    • Saturday, October 1 - Sunday, October 30, 2016
  • Ladies Night Out

    Take a night off from the daily grind! Leave the husband, kids, dogs and piles of work at home and join us for one night a month to be refreshed with our community of women. This is a great chance to meet some amazing women at East End, make a new friend to walk your journey with, or just get a yummy meal you didn't have to cook. RSVP to Erin at erincasci@hotmail.com.

    When

    • Thursday, October 20, 2016
      7:30-9:30 pm
  • East End Campus Baptisms

    The act of water baptism is an important step in your spiritual journey. Baptism is an outward expression of the grace of God in the life of a believer, and is symbolic of salvation, not a part of it. Therefore, we believe that anyone professing a personal faith in Jesus should be baptized as an adult. Click here to express interest.

    When

    • Sunday, October 30, 2016
      11 am-12:15 pm

    East End Campus
    5941 Penn Ave
    Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Church-wide Activities

Shoes for Orphan Souls Drive

The Orphan Care ministry is collecting NEW shoes for children and youth. Shoes for Orphan Souls delivers shoes to the world's most vulnerable children. For children who live in orphanages or poverty, a simple pair of shoes help them know they are loved. Shoes can be dropped off in the lobby through October 2.

When

  • Saturday, September 3 - Sunday, October 2, 2016
East End Campus

Christian Legal Aid

Christian Legal Aid of Pittsburgh offers free legal advice, guidance and prayer regarding civil and family matters to those in our community whose incomes are at or below 250% of the federal poverty guidelines. Free legal advice clinics will be held in our ministry center on the first and third Thursdays of each month. Walk ins welcome!

When

  • Thursday, October 6, 2016
    6-8 pm

East End Campus Ministry Center
5941 1/2 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15206-3818

Church-wide Activities

Restore Dinner and Auction

Over the past 13 years, North Way Counseling Services has helped heal more than 20,000 individuals to become better parents, friends and members of society. We witness changed lives on a daily basis – amazing transformations of marriages saved from divorce; shy, scared children learning to become confident individuals; addicts acknowledging their issues and working toward conquering them. Thanks to your support, we are able to bless those in need with counseling services for reduced or no cost. Help us to continue to serve those in need.

When

  • Tuesday, October 18, 2016
    6-8:30 pm

Wexford Campus
12121 Perry Hwy
Wexford, PA 15090-8345

Church-wide Activities

Expo '16 Attender Registration

Join us for Expo '16, a powerful 1-day FREE event full of real-life testimonies, exhibitors, and educational sessions that will equip you to make a difference in the lives of the vulnerable and at-risk in our community and world. Please consider donating a pair of NEW shoes for our Shoes for Orphan Souls drive which delivers shoes to vulnerable children here in the United States and over 80 countries around the world. For more information please visit expo16.org

When

  • Saturday, October 22, 2016
    8 am-3 pm

Wexford Campus
12121 Perry Hwy
Wexford, PA 15090-8345

Church-wide Activities

Homewood Harvest Party

Join us for costumes, candy and community! We need lots of volunteers to help with trunk or treating, games, crafts, inflatables and more! Limited spaces are available for trunk or treating. Drop off candy in the bins at your North Way campus lobby now through October 23. We’re expecting over 900 participants from Homewood so we need lots of candy for Trunk or Treat and games. Everyone is encouraged to wear their favorite non-frightful costumes! Important: Sign up by completing the volunteer registration form. Trunk or Treat space limited to 40 vehicles. Bring and pass out lots of candy! Prize for best decorated (non-scary) trunk!

When

  • Friday, October 28, 2016
    7-9 pm

Helen Faison Elementary
7430 Tioga Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15208

Church-wide Activities

Laurelville - Middle School Retreat Nov 11-13

Laurelville Retreats provide a weekend away from students’ regular routines to get to know other students, leaders, and God in a fresh way. Students will hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ, worship and learn together during Club, participate in small groups, and play mud games! Cost $150

When

  • Friday, November 11 - Sunday, November 13, 2016
Church-wide Activities

Laurelville - High School Retreat Nov 18-20

Laurelville Retreats provide a weekend away from students’ regular routines to get to know other students, leaders, and God in a fresh way. Students will hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ, worship and learn together during Club, participate in small groups, and play mud games! Cost $150

When

  • Friday, November 18 - Sunday, November 20, 2016
  • Meet our Staff

    Meet our Staff

Paul Hunter
Paul Hunter
East End Campus Pastor
Bri Feindt
Bri Feindt
East End Adult Life Ministry Coordinator
Ryan Lancia
Ryan Lancia
East End Family Matters Coordinator
Jonathan Mathieu
Jonathan Mathieu
Trinity Coordinator and East End Campus Manager/ALD Director
John Schweinberg
John Schweinberg
Production Coordinator
Sherman Leeper
Outreach & Production Support
Kelly Phillips
LAMP Coordinator
Leif Horrell
East End Worship Director