New City Church

Equipping the church, college and community for God's mission in the city

New City Church in Pittsburgh,PA 15212

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A multi cultural, multi generational community that worships, learns and serves for the common good of the city.

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Sunday: 06:00pm

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409 wood st.
(Mexico City Restaurant)
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

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About Us

Presbyterian (EPC)


Size: Small

Rock-n-roll, Contemporary, Hillsong-style

Casual, Downtown, Multigenerational, Friendly

Faith and Work, Young Adults

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Our Services

Sunday 06:00pm: Meeting at Mexico City 409 Wood St.

Church Leader

Rev. Dr. Rodger Woodworth

Dr. Woodworth has been married to Wende his college sweetheart for 44 years, he is a father of two, a grandfather of seven, was the founding pastor to hundreds at an interracial church called New Hope, an Evangelical Presbyterian Church in the North Side of Pittsburgh and founded New Hope’s community development corporation. Rodger is presently the Director of Cross Cultural Ministries for the Coalition for Christian Outreach and the Lead Pastor for New City Church, a church plant in downtown Pittsburgh. He writes a blog called cross-cultural convergence, is an adjunct seminary professor at RPTS with a Doctorate of Ministry in Complex Urban Settings and serves on the Board of Directors for the Center for Urban Biblical Ministry. Rodger’s greatest passion however is for the gospel of grace that saves broken people like him and broken people different then him and makes us all equal at the foot of the cross.