Progressive Episcopalians of Pittsburgh (PEP) is an organization of clergy and laypersons living and worshiping in the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh, a part of The Episcopal Church, which is an autonomous member of the worldwide Anglican Communion. Although we are diverse in our social, political, and theological understandings and passions, we share an unfaltering commitment to the foundation of our Catholic faith: In love, God sent His Son to be our Savior, and all who believe in Christ’s redemptive power, through God’s grace, will have eternal life. We believe that the Holy Spirit continuously leads us to confront our changing world with the unchanging love of Jesus Christ. We seek a fuller understanding of God and His plan for us through study of Scripture, honor of tradition, careful application of reason, and acknowledgment of experience. We recognize that, in order to respond to the challenge of the Gospel, our faith must be vitally alive. PEP is wholeheartedly inclusive, and all persons who share our commitment and mission are invited to participate.



PEP Officers & Board


Progressive Episcopalians of Pittsburgh
2366 Golden Mile Highway, Box 204
Pittsburgh, PA 15239

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