**THERE IS NO SUNDAY GATHERING ON DEC. 23, AND DEC. 30.**


We wanted to give time off to our staff, volunteers, and members

so they could rest and spend time with their friends and families over the holidays.

Our Christmas series, "The Carols," will run Dec.2-16.

After our break, we'll be back in 2019 on Jan. 6.

ABOUT H2O CHURCH

LOVE YOUR GOD. LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR. LOVE YOURSELF.


Pittsburgh exists because a community arose at a point of confluence where the Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers join together to form the Ohio River. Similarly, h2o exists because a confluence of people of different races, social statuses, educational backgrounds, and many different walks of life, has been growing together as a local church since 2012.

We are by no means a perfect church, but we love Jesus, and we are striving to be a church that follows Jesus’ command to love our God, love our neighbor, and love ourselves (Matthew 22:37-39). We invite you to join us.

OUR MISSION AND VISION

Our mission is to be life-changing disciples who are becoming like Jesus, making life-changing disciples of the people of Pittsburgh. Our vision for what it looks like to be a life-changing disciple involves:

following Jesus, being transformed, and making disciples.


Follow Jesus

Throughout the Gospels, Jesus asked people to follow him. His disciples were ordinary people, just like us, who knew very little about Jesus at first, but were willing to learn. Ultimately, they put their faith and trust in Jesus' life, death, and resurrection. Today, Jesus is still calling people to follow Him by putting their faith and trust in the same things his original disciples did.

Be Transformed

As one begins to follow Jesus, His ways will become their ways. Ultimately, when a person has put their faith and trust in Jesus, they are indwelled with the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit convicts and empowers believers to increasingly love people and love God. Over time, as a person grows in their faith, they become more like Jesus in attitude, character, and conduct.

Make Disciples

Two thousand years ago, Jesus called his disciples to be people that make disciples. We believe this call for disciples who make disciples is as true today as it was 2,000 years ago. It is true for all who follow Him; the student, the parent, the worker, the minister and the retiree - everyone and anyone who has put their faith and trust in Jesus.