New Member Q&A

Q: Where do I get my membership number?

A: Once you have completed the Right Hand of Fellowship, you should receive a copy of your membership number. However, if you forget your number you can call the church office to request it again. The church office number is (412)363-8082.

Q: If I have a crisis and need ministerial counsel, who should I contact?

A: If you have a crisis, you should contact the deacon or lay minister that will be assigned to you. If you cannot reach those people, then you can contact the deacon on-call for the month. The deacon of the month is listed on the church’s website at  You may also contact the Congregational Care Minister at the church office.

Q: How do I find out what is going on at Rodman?

A: The easiest way to keep up with current events at Rodman is by visiting the church website at  Limited information on church events is available in the church bulletin.

Important Numbers:

Church Secretary, Eleanor McKissick (412) 363-8082 ext. 301

Business Manager, Pamela Hoston (412) 363-8082 ext. 312

Administrative Assistant to Pastor, Frances Jordan ext. 315

Minister of Congregational Care, Rev. Taleeta Canady (412) 363-8082 ext. 314

Join Us

Join us in the Sanctuary at 7:15 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. for our Praise & Worship Celebration. Can’t attend? Watch the worship service live on our website, or download the Livestream app from the App Store or Google Play to watch us on your iPad, iPhone or Android device.

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