Death of the Rev. Dr. Martha Giltinan
Funeral Service for the Rev. Dr. Martha Giltinan, Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology, Trinity School for Ministry, will be held Saturday, January 3, 2015 at 1:00pm, at Church of the Ascension, 4729 Ellsworth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Given that Martha served as Trinity’s Director of Mentored Ministry and worked with clergy from a variety of Christian denominations, all clergy who knew her are invited to vest and participate in the service. White stoles.
Reception following the service.
Childcare available for children age 4 and under.
Parking is available at Oakland Catholic High School. Cars must enter one block west of Ascension on Craig Street. See parking directions on website available here: http://www.
AMBRIDGE, PA – December 12, 2014 – The Rev. Dr. Martha Giltinan died this morning in Boston at Massachusetts General Hospital after a yearlong battle with Leukemia. Throughout this year she has fought valiantly against the disease, but always with a deep trust in the Lord and without a fear of death. "Death has no dominion over me," was her constant refrain during her treatment.
Martha has been a member of the Faculty of Trinity School for Ministry since 2005 teaching both Liturgy and Pastoral Theology. She was a priest in the Anglican Church of North America and served on the Liturgy and Common Worship Task Force which developed Texts for Common Prayer. Prior to her work at Trinity, she served in Parish ministry in the Boston area for nearly twenty years. “Martha has been a dear friend and a much-loved colleague,” remarked the Very Rev. Dr. Justyn Terry, Trinity’s Dean and President. “She was a great pastor and mentor to many of our students over the years and she will be deeply missed by the whole Trinity community.”
Martha is survived by her mother Carter, and brothers Thomas A., William, and Alexander. She is predeceased by her father Alexander.
May she rest in peace.
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