Outreach is right here.
Outreach demands your heart, but it doesn't demand a plane ticket. To declare Christ's glory among the nations, you can start with your own zip code.
Our Outreach Ministry works with community partners and organizes community projects that serve people in need right here at home. Just like their counterparts in the far corners of the world, local folks in need include those who are hungry, homeless, alone, and lost.
So to do outreach work, you don't need to update your passport. You just need to venture right outside your door!
Read on to learn more about community outreach
And contact us any time at [email protected].
Next door to our Washington Campus, City Mission is a homeless shelter that provides not only hot meals but also Christian counseling, job training, legal services, and a medical clinic.
How We Serve
The Bible Chapel helps City Mission with onsite volunteering and support for events, particularly the huge annual dessert festival known as Sweet Sunday.
Sign Up HERE to volunteer at City Mission.
On Pittsburgh's North Side, Light of Life meets hurting people right where they are by offering emergency food and shelter as well as long-term Christian recovery programs.
How We Serve
The Bible Chapel supports Light of Life with its year-round programming and events, such as the Tunch and Wolf Walk for the Homeless.
Sign up HERE to volunteer at Light of Life.
In addition to our community partners, The Bible Chapel also serves the following community organizations:
Located in Coraopolis, also near our Robinson Campus, Choices Pregnancy Services cares for both women and men facing unplanned pregnancies. Choices provides testing, counseling, and care that encourages families to choose life for their unborn babies.
How We Help
The Bible Chapel helps Choices provide resources and volunteers for all its programs and services. We also contribute to Choices through our yearly Baby Bottle Campaign.
Family Guidance is the power behind our Mentoring Ministry. Their expert child advocates identify kids in need across the Pittsburgh region, screen and train mentors, and carefully make mentor/mentee matches that last.
How We Help
The Bible Chapel partners with Family Guidance to recruit mentors, host mentor information sessions and trainings, and offer our facilities and resources for mentor/mentee events.
Foster and Adoptive Parents Support Group
Are you and your family foster parents or parents of an adoptive child? Join us on the third Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM for a virtual support group where families across The Bible Chapel spend time in Christian community. The Bible Chapel's Foster Care and Adoption Ministry work to bring the love and healing power of Christ to foster and adoptive families.
Email [email protected] for the Zoom information.