The Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church is located near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and was host to a Slovak Catholic congregation. Designed by F.W. Wilson of McKeesport in the Gothic Revival architectural style, the building’s stance on the side of a hill, with its 150-foot tower, was to evoke a commanding presence over the Monongahela River valley.
The church was abandoned in 1970 when a new facility was built on the outskirts of the city. The building today is in severe disrepair and there have been discussions to raze it due to its failing condition.