Pittsburgh Presbytery offers a number of resources including its churches and affiliated mission agencies

East End Cooperative Ministry is an interfaith ministry dedicated to helping at-risk children and youth, the hungry, the homeless, and others in need throughout Pittsburgh’s East End.

Coalition for Christian Outreach is a college student ministry organization that calls students to serve Jesus Christ with their entire lives. CCO hosts events for college students and young professionals throughout the year, including the annual Jubilee Conference, which explores what it means to serve Christ in every area of your life.

Hosanna Industries Inc. has provided construction services as a means to alleviating poverty in the Pittsburgh area since its inception in 1990 and was founded by PTS alum Donn Ed.

Open Hand Ministries is run by PTS grad Michael Stanton. The mission of Open Hand is to respond to the injustice and inequality common to inner city neighborhoods by providing low/moderate income, disadvantaged families the opportunity for affordable home ownership in the economically challenged Pittsburgh neighborhoods of Garfield and East Liberty.

Garfield Community Farm, located at the corner of Cornwall Street and Wicklow Street in the Garfield neighborhood, seeks to learn, teach, and practice organic gardening and farming in the places that have been neglected and abandoned in and with the neighborhood of Garfield. The farm was started by PTS alum John Creasy.

L.I.V.I.N.G. Ministry works to share God's love and build relationships with Pittsburgh's homeless population. They seek to address the root causes of poverty and homelessness by pursuing personal relationships with those living on the streets.

Pittsburgh Region International Student Ministries (P.R.I.S.M.) is a comprehensive program for international students and visiting scholars in the Pittsburgh area. P.R.I.S.M. seeks seek to assist international students in gaining intercultural relationships and experiences outside the university setting.

The Pittsburgh Project is a nonprofit community development organization with a 25-year track record of developing leaders and serving the city’s most vulnerable residents.