Our Mission

“Making contact to make an impact by building a Community of Hope through loving relationships that model Christ and affirm His lordship in our daily lives.”

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At Rodman, our mission is to bring them in (Outreach), build them up (Service & Fellowship), grow them up (Teaching & Youth) and send them out (Mission: Home & Foreign) while magnifying the Lord (Worship)! To fulfill the mandate of our five-fold mission, ministries have been created to meet the needs of God’s people in which outreach, teaching, youth, missions, and worship are focused upon.

Bring Them In

Members with a passion for ministering to lost (un-churched) and hurting people will find a meaningful place of service in one of the outreach ministries here at the Rodman Street Missionary Baptist Church.

Grow Them Up

Mature believers with a passion for developing people and those with a passion for youth will bear fruit in our teaching and youth ministries.

Send Them Out

Because we are a missionary Baptist Church, we express our passion for Kingdom building and Kingdom cause in our home and foreign mission ministries.

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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Recent blog posts

HERE’S A CHANCE TO LISTEN TO A SNIPPET FROM THE SPELMAN GLEE CHOIR

  Here is a sample of the powerful voices that brought Rodman Street Missionary Baptist Church to their feet in March. The Glee Club sang a mix of contemporary popular music to traditional spirituals.  Here is a taste of the evening with the young women singing Stevie Wonder’s “As”. Missed the concert or heard it…

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Spelman College Glee Club at the Street: In The News

A spring concert at Rodman Street Missionary Baptist Church wowed those lucky enough to be present and made the news. Read here: Written by Karen Harris Brooks for the Pittsburgh Courier  It was a frigid evening in the city of Pittsburgh on March 15. However, inside Rodman Street Missionary Baptist Church, there was a warmth…

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Pastor Canady On Real Life

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Supporting the Street