Welcome to the website of the community of St. Peter & St. Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Carnegie, PA.
We welcome you to browse the site to learn more about our parish. Please consider joining us for Divine Liturgy on Sunday mornings at 9:30 AM or contact us to schedule an appointment with Fr. Steve Repa.
St. Peter & St. Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church is under the omophor of the His Eminence Metropolitan Antony of the Eastern Eparchy/Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA.
We are a unique community of men and women of all backgrounds and ages, dedicated to serving God and proclaiming the Good News through the ancient Traditions of the Holy Orthodox Church. We celebrate and preserve our Faith as it has been passed to us by God through our ancestral homeland Rus'- Ukraine, and we share it with all who would come to know and grow in Christ through the teaching and Mysteries of His Church.
This Church family continually searches for dynamic ways to serve the Lord, manifest the light of Christ to the world and try to address the needs of all of God’s people. At its core, St. Peter and St. Paul in Carnegie is an Orthodox Christian family that faithfully comes together at the Eucharistic Banquet every Sunday to worship the Lord; and in this light discover the manner and means by which to better know Him and do His will. With a host of ministries and activities, there is a place and opportunity for everyone to grow in Christ, share His love and glorify Him at all places and at all times!
Thank you to everyone who helped out in ANY way today or throughout the year with St. Martins Closet! The closet was open today and the Angel Gifts (over 80) were distributed. St. Nicholas also stopped by for a visit with our friends and to hand out books and cookies! Thank you again to everyone!
To view pictures from today, please visit the gallery below!
Reminder: The closet will be closed in January and will re-open February 18th!
St. Martin's Closet December 2017 - 12/16/17
The 14th ANNUAL COOKIE WALK was a huge success and the Ladies of St. Matrona's Sisterhood would like to thank everyone! Whether you were a baker, a helper, a visitor or a shopper everyone is important in making Our Cookie Walk such a special tradition that allows us to give the gift of Christmas and Christ all year long! Thank you again and we are looking forward to a very special 15th Anniversary Year for the Cookie Walk next year! Please visit our event page to view pictures from the day!
For more information visit our event page > 14th Annual Cookie Walk