Affectionately known as “MoCo House”, Mohawk Coffee House is a 501(c)3 organization created to serve the Mohawk community

our vision

Mohawk Coffee House seeks to create a positive and safe environment, to provide quality products and service as well as a space for fellowship and outreach, and to build the Mohawk community and disciples of Christ.

We have a vision of creating a gathering space for people of all generations by connecting with the local community in order to extend the love of Christ outside the walls of the Church. 

We created a cafe with comfortable seating, free WiFi, local art, music, and a friendly staff.   We strive to source our products locally and provide some of the best coffee, specialty drinks, pastries and snacks available.  Our desire is to offer high quality, yet affordable prices so everyone in the neighborhood can join us!



(724) 667-4293



M-Th 7am–7pm Fri 7am-4pm
Sa 7am-3pm
Su Closed



206 E Poland Avenue Bessemer, PA 16112



Support us

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, Mohawk Coffee House belongs to the community.  In order for us to be a success, we need your help!  The easiest way to support us is by being a regular at the coffee house and participating in our events.  There are other ways you can partner with us to make a difference.  Click on the buttons below for more information.


Community Partners

We love supporting other local businesses at our coffee house.  The following community partners work with us to offer you high quality products, click on the links to visit their sites:

Beatty's Country Market

Enon Valley, PA : Sandwiches

Beaver Bagel Co. 

Bridgewater, PA : Bagels

 Branch Street Coffee

Boardman, OH : Pour-Over Coffee

Kiva Han 

Cranberry, PA : Coffee, Tea, Equipment

Brunton Dairy 

Aliquippa, PA : Milk

Dawson's Orchards 

Enon Valley, PA : Apples and Cider

Cowlick's Ice Cream 

Bessemer, PA : Ice Cream

Iron Made Gym

New Middletown, OH : Protein Powder

We also owe a huge thanks to all the organizations who have sponsored us.  We wouldn't be open without all the help we've received from so many in the community that want us to succeed!  Can we add your organization to the list?

  • Gwin Brother’s Trucking

  • The Johnson Club of Hillsville

  • The Croatian Club of Bessemer

  • Jean M Greco Accounting, Payroll, and Tax Services

  • Kissling Financial, LLC

  • Creative Lab Works

  • Daystar Marketing

  • Brandon’s Auto, Bessemer

  • Elite Sport and Spine Chiropractic, New Castle

  • Westfield Presbyterian Church

  • Bethel EPC

  • Bessemer Presbyterian Church

  • Christ the King Parish

  • First Covenant Church of Bessemer

  • Mt Jackson Presbyterian Church

  • Mahoning Presbyterian Church

  • Enon Valley Presbyterian Church

  • First Baptist Church, New Castle PA

  • Judson Memorial Baptist Church, Joliet IL

  • Marcellus Shale Legacy Fund

  • Camp Fredrick Ohio

  • The Almira Foundation

  • Carolyn Knox Foundation

  • Mohawk Community Education Foundation

  • The Lawrence County Commissioners

  • The Community Foundation of Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio


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About Us

Mohawk Coffee House is a Christian non-profit ministry in Bessemer, PA.  We seek to create a positive environment, provide quality products and services and a space for fellowship and outreach, and build the Mohawk community and disciples of Christ.  Our vision is to extend the love of Christ outside the walls of the Church by creating a gathering space within the local community where people of all generations can connect together.


Learning Goals and Responsibilities

The summer intern will work closely with our Director in order to learn how to manage the coffee house and work to achieve our mission by using our space to build the local community.  Responsibilities include:


Learning to run the coffee house:

o   Making coffee and specialty drinks

o   Running a cash register, tracking sales, and making bank deposits

o   Opening and closing procedures and cleaning


Learning to handle administration duties, including:

o   Ordering product

o   Writing the weekly staff schedule

o   Planning for and attending board meetings


Learning to do marketing and event coordination for the coffee house, including:

o   Website maintenance and social media posts

o   Planning, organizing, executing, and marketing special events


Qualifications and Terms of Internship

Applicants must be a current college student.  The internship is 20 hours per week for 10 weeks.  Scheduling will be flexible, both in terms of days and weeks worked as well as time of day.  The intern will receive a stipend of $1500 for the summer.  The intern should share our vision and mission for the coffee house and must adhere to our Code of Ethics.  They will be responsible to the MoCo House Director.


To Apply

Please write a cover letter that includes 1) what y ou hope to gain through this internship experience and 2) how you can contribute to the mission and operation of MoCo House.  Send cover letter and your resume to by April 8, 2019.