Faith Based Organizations & Churches

The Borough of Sharpsburg is home to many religions. It boasts of the beauty of its churches.  Below you will find information on our local Churches.

Sharpsburg Family Worship Center

SFWC is a vibrant church that offers a contemporary style of worship and practical preaching that is relevant for today’s life issues. Located at 600 Clay St. there is something for everyone of all ages. Throughout the week they offer Children’s Ministries, Velocity Student Ministries, and a variety of Small Groups for adults.  Contact no. (412) 799-0701.

First English Lutheran Church

Traveling down Main towards the Sharpsburg business district, First English Lutheran Church is the first quaint community church you will spot.  Located at 125 North Main Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15215-2018, this church has survived hundreds of years of change.  Contact no. (412) 782-1623. ‎Website:

Mt. Olive Baptist Church

The parishioners of Mt. Olive Baptist Church enjoy a good game of bingo, especially during the spring when the prizes are “cleaning supplies.”  A long standing spiritual institution in Sharpsburg, the church is located at 1020 Main Street, Sharpsburg, PA 15215-2438 Contact no.(412) 781-5554 ‎

Roots of Faith

Roots of Faith is a location of Faith United Methodist Church that seeks to provide opportunities for all people to connect with God and one another. We are located at 800 Main street. Worship services occur Sunday evenings at 6:00pm. Through out the week Roots of Faith provides many opportunities for spiritual growth. Please visit our web site for more information at or call 12-799-0111.

Roots of Faith Outreach Center provides many different services to low-income individuals and families in need. We are an official Dollar Energy site and have a social worker on staff. Some of the services we provide are:
–  Rent Rebate applications
– Dollar Energy grants to help pay utilities
– Circles Sharpsburg, a national group that helps low income individual and families improve their financial and life situations.
– Free Legal Clinic
– Free health screenings in partnership wtih UPMC/St.Margarets
– Referrals to unlimited social resources
– Help with finding shelter and housing
– Free Senior food boxes for those that qualify
– Shuttle Service to Lawrenceville Family Health Center
– Food Stamps, medical assistance applications
Contact us at: 412-799-0111 or visit us on the web at:

Saint Juan Diego Parish

Three churches, St. Mary Church, Madonna of Jerusalem Church and St. John Cantius Church form the Saint Juan Diego Parish. Bishop David Zubik of the Diocese of Pittsburgh created the Parish in 2009, at the behest of the parishioners, who called for the three churches to form one Parish. Saint Juan Diego, a Native American from Mexico, was chosen as the name of the Parish because of Sharpsburg’s ties with Native Americans, specifically Guyasuta and the Senecas.