Central Church

Central Church of Pittsburgh is the English Speaking congregation of the Korean Central Church of Pittsburgh (non-denominational). We are located in Shadyside just minutes from the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University.


Central Church is the English speaking congregation of the Korean Central Church of Pittsburgh in Shadyside. We are largely pan-Asian, and prayerfully moving towards multi-ethnicity. 

Join us for worship on Sundays at 9AM (821 S Aiken Ave).



Sunday Service

We joyfully gather each Lord’s Day at 9:00AM. You are welcome to join us!

Discipleship Groups

Our Discipleship Groups meet weekly to study the Word, pray, and fellowship. Click on the link to learn more! 

Sunday School

We currently offer Sunday School for pre-K and elementary at 10:30AM. We are committed to raising up our children in the love and knowledge of the Lord! 


11/7 (WED)
November Prayer Meeting 7-8 PM

11/8 (THU)
Young Adult Discipleship Groups 7 PM

11/9 (FRI)
College Discipleship Groups 7 PM


  1. November Prayer Meeting this Wednesday, November 7th from 7-8 PM
    Where: Church Sanctuary

  2. Winter Retreat 2019 "Truth In Love."  Register here
    Dates: January 25th - 27th

  3. Discipleship Groups:
    When: Thursday 7 PM (Young Adults)
    Friday 7 PM (College)
    Where: Fellowship Hall 

  4. KCCP Sunday School & Youth Group are looking for two assistant teachers.  Please contact Pastor David if you are interested: (616)250-3850,  eunchong.shin@gmail.com

  5. We are looking for volunteers to help provide, serve and clean up snacks on Sundays! This will be a monthly rotation. If you're interested, sign up at the Doodle poll or email mkim864@gmail.com. The date on the Doodle poll is for the entire month.
    Doodle: https://doodle.com/poll/fh3x8thrrnpqz435

  6. ESV Study Bibles are available for purchase at the front desk ($18).  

  7. Check out MTW for missions opportunities. Also, consider supporting a missionary this year through MTW.

  8. Be in the Word this week! And here are some good questions to think about whenever you read.

  9. Catechisms serve as "miniature systematic theologies" and are well-written, straight-forward resources for Christians to learn what we believe. Check them out here: Heidelberg Catechism, Belgic Confession, Canons of Dort, and the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

  10. Due to the limited size of our church parking lot, we encourage our members to street-park. You should find plenty of parking on Sunday mornings alone Howe St and Kentucky Ave.

Korean Central Church of Pittsburgh
821 South Aiken Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15232

(T) 412-687-7775
(E) centralchurchpitt@gmail.com