Pittsburgh Lutheran Center for the Blind
The Pittsburgh Lutheran Center for the Blind (PLCB) is an outreach center. An outreach center seeks to meet human needs, which opens up opportunities to address eternal needs.
The Pittsburgh Lutheran Center for the blind seeks to reach out to the blind and visually impaired of Pittsburgh, feeling their needs, and touching them with the love of Jesus, that they may reach out and touch others with the love of Jesus.
The Monthly Meal is an excellent opportunity for persons who are blind or visually impaired to be exposed to a supportive Christian environment in a non-threatening way. We invite persons who are blind/visually impaired to attend. At least eight times a year we offer a full-course meal along with a Topical Bible Study and Vespers Service. As seating is limited, folks are asked to sign up in advance of the meal.
Transportation to the Pittsburgh Lutheran Center for the Blind can be obtained from Allegheny County ACCESS. The Port Authority of Allegheny County also has over six bus lines that stop within one block of First Trinity Lutheran Church and the Center.
Pittsburgh Lutheran Center for the Blind on the campus of First Trinity Evangelical-Lutheran Church
Address: 535 N. Neville Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Director: Sherri Crum
Saturday, March 26
Bible Study 4:00 PM
Dinner 5:00 PM
Vespers 6:30 PM
After reviewing your schedule, and giving careful thought and consideration to your availability etc. please reserve your spot by calling (412) 682-1800 by 6:00 p.m. one week prior to each meal date. Please leave your name on the voicemail.