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We're so glad you're here!

 

 

Our purpose at PRISM is to make your experience in Pittsburgh as enjoyable, memorable, and fun as we possibly can!

We are a diverse community made up of people from all over the world. If you're reading this, we want you to know you're welcome here!

We at PRISM are committed to the purposes of a loving God. We believe that the true message of Christianity is one of faith, hope, and love. We regularly read the Bible, discuss it, and let it shape our lives.

Upcoming Events

House Fellowship


July 12th, 19th, and 26th

Join us at 7pm at the Hospitality House (6120 Monitor St.) as we explore life changing truths from the Bible.


Sand Volleyball

July 13th 

Join us for fun games of sand volleyball! If you'd like you can join for dinner afterwards.

Yard Picnic

August 10th 


Join us for food, music, and games! 

More details coming soon! 

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We cannot do this great work without our volunteers and donors. Our students and scholars return to their countries as people of influence. Would you like to be a part of impacting the world from here in Pittsburgh? Click below to learn more info.

 

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Student Testimonials

 

Jonathan

Australia

“Through PRISM, I made many wonderful friends for life - and from all walks of life! When I was busy doing my PhD and working as a lecturer at Pitt, I always looked forward to my time at PRISM.”

Darilang

India

“PRISM is one of the few places that I call my second home because the people in here bring me warmth, give lots of affection and made me feel like I belong here, just as their own.”

Cindy

Colombia

“PRISM helped me make many friends and learn about different cultures and traditions. Their activities helped me feel more confident.”