Church of the Redeemer

Pittsburgh, PA

Amount granted: $6,450

Grant year: 2017

Grant category: Historic Preservation


To support the restoration of two windows.

Founded in 1903, the Church of the Redeemer is an Episcopal church located in Pittsburgh.  It fosters an inclusive community that boasts a history of social justice and outreach ministries.

The Church’s current building was constructed in 1935 and has been designated a Historic Landmark by the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation. The stain glass windows, which were designed and made by Howard Gilmann Wilbert “represent the finest stained-glass technique in the true medieval tradition to be seen in this country.” Funds will be used to restore two windows depicting St. Patrick of Ireland.