Chapel Young Adults
The Church is filled with people just like you—those who have stories and questions, struggles and triumphs, relationships and conflicts, and altogether busy lives. We’re here to meet you right where you are, and help you take a step further in your faith and closer to Jesus Christ.
At The Bible Chapel, women gather to encourage each other, learn, and grow with Romans 12:2 in mind: "Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God's will is - his good, pleasing and perfect will." Women's Ministry at The Bible Chapel offers many ways for all women - wherever they've been, and wherever they are now - to take steps toward the transformed heart, mind, and spirit that Jesus wants for all of us.
Bible Studies, South Hills Campus
If you are a mom with younger children, please join us! We get together each month to support each other, have fun, and hear the life-changing truth of Jesus and how it applies to this season of our lives.
Moms Together meet every other Tuesday from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in various homes.
For more information, contact [email protected]
Single Sisters Together, South Hills Campus
We are a community of Single Women in their 40s, 50s, and 60s who are actively pursuing a relationship with Jesus Christ by living out God’s purposes for our lives. Single Sisters Together is a family where you can know others and be known. Regardless of where you are at in your spiritual journey, our family is open to you.
We meet on the first and third Saturdays of the month from 10:00-11:30 AM. For more information, contact [email protected].
We look forward to connecting with you!
Apples of Gold, All Campuses
For married women, this mentoring program allows younger women to meet with those experienced in living as God-honoring wives. Apples of Gold is not a Bible Study (see above for Bible Studies) or a one-on-one mentoring program (complete a mentee application with Walk With Me if interested). This seven-week program takes participants through a biblical overview of six topics (kindness, hospitality, loving your husband, loving your children, submission, and purity). We offer the program at various times throughout the year and meet in mentors’ homes.
Apples of God will not be offered this fall (2020). Check back in Spring 2021!
Walk With Me, All Campuses
Mentoring doesn't have to follow a program. It can simply be a relationship in your everyday life. Walk With Me helps women of different ages and experiences become natural and treasured sources of support for one another.
Our Men’s Ministry provides resources, classes, and activities to meet men where they are: daily and long-term studies, recovery support, yearly weekends of fellowship and learning, and of course fun activities. Long-term, low-pressure. Ultimately, the Men’s Ministry is about building relationships. Without real and deep relationships, men have no sense of community with one another. First and foremost, a personal relationship with Christ, and then supporting relationships with his wife, children, and the community at large, including other Christian men. We lock arms with each other and do life together.
Chapel Men offer the following at this time:
- The Men's Locker Room In-Person, Third Thursdays at 6:30 PM - South Hills Campus Worship Center. No registration required.
- Men of the Bible (M.O.B.) M.O.B., Mondays at 6:45 PM via Zoom. They are studying the Gospel of John. Contact [email protected]
- Every Man’s Battle is online. Contact Tim Hannan, [email protected].
- Men’s Thursday Morning Bible study, Thursdays at 6:30 AM via Zoom. Contact Steve Chachula, [email protected].
At The Bible Chapel, we call our adults entering the second half of their lives "Sages," acknowledging the wisdom they've earned, the life experience they've amassed, and the leaders and mentors they're equipped to be.
The Chapel Sages Ministry equips adults who are 55 and older to:
- Become more like Christ through a growing, active relationship with him.
- Belong to a vibrant community that supports and cares for one another.
- Bestow, or employ, the accumulated wisdom, skills, experience, and passions to make an impact for Christ.
HELP AND HEALING
Women's Online Resources
Women in the Battle
Women in the Battle is a confidential support group for women struggling with the betrayal of a spouse in sexual addiction. To learn the location, date, and time of the meetings, contact the group leader using the confidential voicemail at (724) 941-0491. Meeting details are not published for reasons of privacy.
Heart and Hand
Every third Friday of the month at 10:30 a.m., our Heart and Hand team visits Consulate Nursing Home to provide a Christian program and connect and pray with the residents.
Contact [email protected] for more information or to volunteer on a regular basis.
Hannah’s Hope is a support program that offers hope for women dealing with the pain of infertility and miscarriage, as well as encouragement for women seeking to adopt. The program utilizes the book, Hannah's Hope by Jennifer Saake, which walks through Hannah's journey of infertility found in 1 Samuel 1-2. Through studying Hannah's story in the Bible paired with Saake’s personal stories, we will be directed to the source of our hope: our heavenly Father. As we meet, discuss, and share with others, we will find support and practical help while we wait for God's plan to unfold.
Please contact us for the dates and location, [email protected].
Marriage Mentoring and Counseling
Our Marriage Mentoring program pairs a couple seeking help with a trained, experienced couple for Gospel-focused negotiation. We also guide married couples in finding professional Christian counseling, if necessary. Contact [email protected].
Every Man's Battle
Based on the book Every Man's Battle, this Christ-centered study helps men confront and overcome sexual addiction. If you struggle with this burden, you are not alone. We can help.
For more information, contact [email protected].
Some of life's events - joyful things like a birth or adoption, and difficult things like a hospitalization or death in the family - overpower our schedules. Someone Cares steps in during these times to provide meals, groceries, or restaurant gift cards to families who aren't receiving care from a Life Group.