A Brief History

In 1980, Reverend Dr. Michael D. Guthrie and his wife, Cathy, returned to Pittsburgh to plant a new church in the area where they had grown up. God's blessings poured out and the young church was able to purchase the building at 129 Bellevue Road, which had once served as the West View Mansion for the now-closed West View Park's owner, George Harton. Now, nearly 30 years later, the church has blossomed to include people from every range of life. A variety of ages, races, and ethnicities now comfortably call Cornerstone home and find joy in coming together to worship. You can read more about our full history on our About page.

Come Worship With Us

Come worship with us on Sundays and experience the warmth of our faith community. Our Sunday gatherings are a time for spiritual renewal, heartfelt worship, and connecting with fellow believers. It's an opportunity to come together, share in the grace of God, and grow in faith as one united congregation.

We look forward to welcoming you and sharing in this sacred journey of worship and fellowship.

Sunday Service Time

Sundays at 10:45 am

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Heart with Cross, white

At Cornerstone, you'll find a diverse community united by a deep belief in God's love, fostering joy through personal relationships with Him and like-minded fellowship.