Small Groups

Small Groups typically run for a series of six weeks and are focused around a particular topic. The text small group movement October 1st to November 12th. Details on three current small groups are below.

cultivating authentic, vulnerable, and diverse spaces for connection and transformation

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I'm Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness

Tuesdays, 7:30pm-9pm

Using her book and video series we are able to sit under the work and leadership of Austin Channing Brown to examine the ways we are not yet aware of our own participation in racism and how to move toward meaningful action against racist systems, structures and assumptions in our lives. Whether you consider yourself well-along in the journey or fairly new to the conversation, we will all find relevant challenges and practical guidance and tools for the work ahead.

Location: 336 Roupe Ave, Pittsburgh, PA


Megan Shelly

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Faith and Parenting

Wednesdays, 6-7:30pm

A small group for parents, to explore how they are fostering their own spirituality, and their children's spirituality, in the midst of the busyness of family life.

There will be space for discussion, questions, and sharing.

We'll meet from 6-7:30pm (childcare 5:45-7:45pm) at Nick and Lauren Burdette's house, 847 Chislett Street, 15206. Child care is available, please let Jen McCaslin know if you are interested.

Location: 847 Chislett Street, Pittsburgh, PA


Lauren Burdette Jen McCaslin

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Praying with the Elements at Garfield Community Farm

Saturday, 8:30am to 10am

Long before the written Word (The Bible), God was speaking to his people through creation. In this group, we will take time to listen, experience, and learn to pray with the Elements of Water, Wind, Earth, and Fire as our spiritual guides.

RSVP for Materials: "Water, Wind, Earth, and Fire: The Christian Practice of Praying with the Elements", by Christine Valters Paintner

Meets at Garfield Community Farm from 10/6 until 11/17

Location: Garfield Community Farm


Stephanie Bell

Kevin Bell