St. Martin's is a member congregation of The Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh, The Anglican Church in North America. It was for many years a congregation of the Episcopal Church, and proudly upholds its historical lineage and founding ideals today.

St. Martin's founding rector was the late Fr. George Stockhowe. Many still remember him for his ability to blend classical theology and traditional liturgy with fresh ideas in worship and lay ministry.  His book, Jesus Is Alive, recounts St. Martin's rise to fame (or notoriety) as a church unafraid to ask questions.

About St. Martin's Anglican Church

St. Martin's current rector is Fr. Kua Apple. He hails from Hawaii and formerly had a distinguished career in science and technology. In addition to serving at St. Martin's he fills chaplaincy roles in the area. He received pastoral training at Trinity School of Ministry. He became St. Martin's pastor in 2011.