Combined Small Groups

“War Room”

Leader: Amy Parkinson

Location:  Parkinson’s house, 98 Winterbrook Dr.

Study:  “War Room” based on the recent movie.   Study guides are available for $8.50.

Sunday, September 17th, 6:00-8:30pm (to watch the movie)

Tuesdays, September 26 thru October 24, 7:00 – 8:30pm.


“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: or 412-979-0785.

Time: 7:00-8:30 Every other Thursday, starting Septmeber 14th

Bible Study

Thursday Bible Study: this group meets weekly, 10:00-11:30am, in the Parlor Room of Cranberry Campus, and is open to all adults.   Pastor Jim leads this group and interested individuals can contact him at or 724-776-1094.

The Thursday Bible Study is open to all adults.  There are no study books to purchase; simply bring your personal bible, and a notebook if you wish.  Pastor Jim leads this study.

The focus this fall will be the Gospel of John.   The study group asks three questions: What does the scripture say?  What does the scripture mean?   How does the scripture apply to my life?  As we answer these questions, we will learn how the Gospel of John presents the story of Jesus, and how that story continues to have an deep impact on our lives today.

If you are interested, please contact Pastor Jim at

Sunday Morning Groups

Parlor Class: meets weekly at 9:45 am in the Parlor Room of Cranberry Campus.  A team of teachers rotate leadership; and this group focuses on bible study and spiritual growth topics, using a variety of resources.  This group is open to all adults.  In September this class will be working through Max Lucado’s book titled “The Great House of God.”

Men’s Sunday Class

All guys at Dutilh Church are invited to participate in the Sunday Morning Men’s Class.  The Class meets at 11:00am each Sunday. Contact Pastor Jim (, or Tim Holt ( Beginning in September, this class will focus on each Sunday’s sermon, going deeper into the topic presented in the sermon.