Deputies to the 2010 Diocesan Convention approved a plan on October 15 to group the parishes of the diocese into four new districts.

“This smaller but more balanced grouping of parishes will allow more communication and ease in sharing among our congregations,” said Bishop Price.

District 3 includes All Saints, Bridgeville, which the Convention admitted as the newest parish of the diocese moments before approving this redistricting plan. All Saints becomes the diocese’s 29th active parish.
 

 

The four districts, with the parishes actively participating in the diocese, are:

District 1
All Saints, Brighton Heights
St. Barnabas, Brackenridge
St. Brendan’s, Franklin Park
St. Paul’s, Kittanning
Christ Church, North Hills
Emmanuel, North Side
Trinity Cathedral, Pittsburgh

District 2
Calvary, East Liberty
St. Andrew’s, Highland Park
St. Matthew’s, Homestead
Holy Cross, Homewood
St. Thomas, Oakmont
Redeemer, Squirrel Hill
St. Stephen’s, Wilkinsburg

District 3
St. Peter’s, Brentwood
All Saints, Bridgeville
St. Thomas, Canonsburg
Nativity, Crafton
St. Stephen’s, McKeesport
St. Paul’s, Mt. Lebanon
All Souls, North Versailles

District 4
St. Peter’s, Blairsville
Christ Church, Greensburg (TEC)
Christ Church, Indiana
Advent, Jeannette
St. Mark’s, Johnstown
St. Michael’s, Ligonier
St. Bartholomew’s, Scottdale
St. Francis-in-the-Fields, Somerset