Young Adult Groups
Young Adult Group is open to any young adult! This group will meet on the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month at various locations. Childcare is provided so do not let that stop you from joining us! Contact Pastor Matt McCarrier at firstname.lastname@example.org more information on how to become part of this group!
Combined Adult Small Groups
55+ Group is open to anyone aged 55 and older. It features various speakers.
Fourth Wednesday of the month 1:00p to 2:30a
Contact Brenda Seigworth, email@example.com
Combined Small Groups
House Group Gathering
When: Thursday Nights at 6pm starting Nov. 9th.
Where: Dutilh Mars Parsonage.
Why: A time of attending to Jesus’ faithful presence around the table in our homes through gathering around food, being present to each other’s lives, conversing about: God, community, and mission and justice, and praying for one another. Every 6 weeks we will have a party where we invite neighbors and friends to participate in the love of Jesus that happens in our group. Please contact Brendan Ashley (Mars@dutilhumc.org) if you would like to get involved.
"The Anatomy of a Disciple"
So many believers. So few disciples.
This study will identify 8 elements of Christ's life that ought to be reflected in each of us. What if you knew with certainty whether or not you were actively becoming more like Jesus? Do you think your spiritual life would look different? Do you think
it would feel different? Jesus calls each of us to go out and make disciples. How much impact can we have on our communities if we better understand how to be a disciple?
Saturday's, 7-8:30 pm at the Mars campus after the service. The group will share a meal together prior to each session.
“How to Read the Bible For All Its Worth”
Leader: Pastor Jim
Location: Cranberry Campus, Parlor Room
Study: “How to Read the Bible For All Its Worth,” a study that focuses on how to read and understand the various parts of the bible. Study book is available for $11.
Time: Wednesdays, 6:30-8:00pm, beginning Sept. 20, and running to Nov. 15
How to Talk About Race in Church?
Leader: Amy Wagner
Location: Cranberry Campus
How do we talk about race in the church? Rev. Amy Wagner (a part of the Dutilh congregation and Director of Congregational Development & Revitalization for the Western Pennsylvania Annual Conference) invites adults and youth ages 15 and up to talk together about the impact of race and ethnicity in our own lives, our local community, and our nation. I'm not a trained facilitator on race-relations or anti-racism, but I'm convinced the church ought to be talking about this important subject and I'm longing for conversation partners from whom I can learn. Our sessions will include video resources and occasionally short readings; there is no book to purchase. Feel free to contact me with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-979-0785.
Time: 7:00-8:30 Every other Thursday