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Eighth Avenue Place
Eighth Avenue is a Christian Ministry coffee house located in Homestead. Its mission is to help support the effects of addiction, mental illness and poverty through services and fellowship. Their primary focus is to build trust with God’s love and empower people to live dependent upon God. Eighth Avenue provides a variety of different needs including coffee, meals, counseling services and mostly a sense of community among those who may feel broken and alone. Eighth Avenue offers, Bible studies, recovery and prayer meetings, counseling services, after school tutoring and other resources to refer people to in times of need. They have various opportunities for individuals and groups who have a desire to serve.
How we are involved?
Our Outreach team helps serve in many ways:
Financial support as a Covenant Church
Provide and serves the holiday meal and collects blessing bag items
Scholarship funding for city youth to attend Jumonville summer camp
Supports the tutoring program at Barrett Elementary
Monthly visits and provides needed supplies to the coffee shop
Ways to get involved:
Visit the coffee shop(MWF 7 am to 12 noon)
Serve at the gathering dinners(1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month)
Help serve at the annual Christmas dinner(3rd Saturday of December)
Tutor/Mentor at the after school program
Attend Wednesdays services twice a month(at the coffee shop 2nd and 4th)
For more information on serving: Contact Monica Kaufold 412-461-1619 or email at
Our church’s Outreach Steward Janise Daly 412-897-8468 or email
College and Military Boxes
Several times a year, Baldwin Community sends boxes of snacks to our college age students and military church members while they are away from home. This lets them know we support them, we want them to succeed and that we are thinking about them.
Support Youth Mission Trip
Supported our own Youth Group to participate in a Mission Trip to Redbird, West Virginia. These mission trips help the youth realize the needs in our country and provide a way for them to have more fellowship with our Youth Leaders.