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Why donate to PTM?

We support those who do God's work. We offer websites and technical consulting at prices that let churches and ministries save hundreds or thousands of dollars. These savings can then go into their ministry, rather than into the pocket of a for profit technical company. Technical Services aren't cheap but they are necessary. That's why PTM was founded - to give churches and Ministries an economical alternative.
Won't you help us continue to provide thse services? Right now, we are just making enough to pay our expenses. Our staff is currently all part-time volunteers but if we could afford a full-time staff, we could help many more churches and non-profits than we can now. You can make a one-time donation or set up a recurring donation. Even $5 or $10/month would help!
 We know times are tough. But they're even tougher for non-profits and churches. By donating to us, you can help us help dozens, maybe even hundreds, of ministries!

DrupalCamp PA Aug 1-2, 2015

Drupal Camp PA SponsorDrupal Camp PA is a two day conference (Aug 1 & 2) hosted by the University of Pittsburgh School of Information Sciences. There will be over 20 session to choose from, including hands-on trainings. Sessions range from beginner to advanced and are designed for web designers, managers, programmers and anyone who has an interest in Drupal, CMSes, and/or web-appplication frameworks. The cost is only $35 for two days including morning coffee, lunch and a T-shirt. $12 for students! You should register by July 25th to be guranteed lunch. Late registrations will be accepted on-site. You can register here.

Liz Delgado from Pittsburgh Tech Ministries will be a speaker.

What is Pittsburgh Tech Ministries?

Pittsburgh Tech Ministries is a Christian, Pittsburgh based non-profit that offers
Technical Consulting to churches and non-profits
Web Development to churches and non-profits
Technical Training to people looking for a new job skills who are interested in web development

 We offer full featured websites and hosting services at rock bottom prices and free training in return for volunteer work upon completion. We help people help themselves and we help non-profits and churches build their communities and ministries with the help of modern technology.


You don't have to be in Pittsburgh to use our services. You don't even have to be in the western PA area. We help churches as far away as Lima, Peru!


When you choose PTM over a commercial provider, you can be sure that you are supporting an organization that shares your values and your faith. We strive to serve God by empowering people to use their gifts to spread the Gospel and help others. You can help by pointing others to our site, donating or volunteering.


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Hours of Operation

Pgh Tech Ministries Office Hours: Mon 11am - 7 pm and Fri 11am -7pm EDT
Email Support: Monday - Sat
Emails are answered within 48 hrs — usually within 24 hrs or less
Emergency Response: Mon-Sun
Demos and Training: By appointment
Evening hours can be arranged
Closed Sundays
We only respond to emergencies on Sunday in order to honor the Sabbath

Cool Tools Spotlight

If you are a non-profit or church with any sort of program that qualifies as "not strictly a religious purpose" i.e. helping those in poverty, day care, after-school program, etc then you must know about TechSoup! Techsoup offers technical resources for non-profits at ridiculously low prices. Software and hardware are provided by the manufacturers and TechSoup operates as the liaison between non-ptofits and tech companies that want to donate. How about a copy of MS Office Professional Plus with Software Assurance for $31 (Retail:$499.99)? Adobe Creative suite for $160 (retail: $1,899.00)? QuickBooks Premier Non-profit Edition for $45 - $99 (1user/3user) (Retail: $319.95 - $799.95)
These are just a few examples of what's available at TechSoup. You must be a 501(3)(c) and meet the guidleines established by each individual donor.

Terms to Learn


"WiFi" is the common term applied to wireless internet access. Generally speaking, wifi involves the use of a wireless Cable or DSL router. This is generally supplied by your internet service provider, which is usually your phone company or cable company - or maybe both. The router connects to the cable coming into your house or business and then broadcasts a signal that computers and other devices (like some smart phones and iPads) can connect to. This way there is no need to connect a cable to your computer to access the internet. These days there is lots of "public" wifi which can be accessed at places like airports, hotels, Starbucks and Paneras. It may be free or you may be charged a daily fee.
To learn more about WiFi and security see Tips and Tricks:WiFi and Security.