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Large Groups


Dominical— “Church History of the Middle Ages”

 Join us for a fascinating study of the key issues, doctrines, people, and accomplishments of the Church of the Middle Ages (500-1500 A.D.). We will begin each session with a video by Robert Godfry of Westminster Seminary and Ligonier Ministries; we will then expand on the topics ending with discussion along with questions and answers.

 10:35 to 11:45 am in the Church Parlor (Main)

 Leader: Bill Martin



Genesis— “Acts of the Apostles”

 The young church was led by the Holy Spirit who worked through a bunch of rag-tag Apostles. Their reliance on the Holy Spirit to guide them and the way God blessed and grew the early church through their efforts is an inspiration and example for us today.

 10:45 to 12:00 pm in Fellowship Hall (Main)

 Leaders: Tom Aubele, Dan Brown


Small Group Studies


Koinonia— “The ‘I AM’ Statements”

 The Mighty God of the Universe calls Himself I AM. God told Moses, “You tell them that I AM sent you.” Jesus completed that statement given to Moses. Seven times in the Gospel of John He uses the expression, “I am.” In this study we will look at what Jesus was teaching us about His divine nature and His connection with God.

 10:45 to 11:45 am in Room 203 (Main)

 Leaders: David Rosburg, David Mulock, John Barbour


Financial Peace University

 Is paying the bills something that you dread? Do you want to be a generous person, but don’t know how that can be possible? Join us as we learn how to attack debt, establish proper saving and spending habits, and why God wants us to be good stewards of our finances. (Approx. cost for materials is $100, assistance is available.)

 7:00 to 9:00 pm (Barclay Building)

 Leaders: Richard Bishop, Tara Conaway, Mike Tomashewski


Dubeau—“The Holy Spirit in Scripture and the Life of the Believer”

 How deep is our knowledge of the Holy Spirit? We’ll survey the roles of the Holy Spirit in Scripture using Ligonier’s DVD series, “Who Is the Holy Spirit?” We’ll gain greater understanding of the Holy Spirit’s work in our lives by reading/discussing portions of J.I. Packer’s classic text, Keep in Step with the Spirit.

 7:00 to 9:00 pm (Barclay)

 Leaders: Rev. Timothy & Shirley Dubeau


Paul’s Letter to the Romans

 The centrality of Romans for a systematic understanding of the faith is recognized by all. Join us for an in-depth study of this fascinating and challenging letter. The intention is to provide solid teaching for growth in Christ whatever your current level of understanding.

 7:00 to 8:30 pm in the Barclay Building

 Leader: Bill Martin

Women's Studies


Imagine— “Run the Race” (2 Timothy)

  •  Paul’s emotional final letter to Timothy, written near the end of his life, is one of the most stirring and moving documents in the whole Bible. Paul himself has finished the race; he has persevered to the end. He writes to Timothy, his dear son in the faith, to urge him to do the same. Join us as we encourage one another to persevere.
  •  9:30 to 10:30 am in the Barclay Building
  •  Leaders: Jen Stolarz, Megan Keim



Tuesday Afternoon Coffee— “The ‘New’ Amazing Collection”

  •  We are down to the final leg of our journey through the Bible. It started in the Garden of Eden and it will end victoriously at the Marriage Supper of the Lamb. Join us in the excitement of learning God’s precious Word.
  •  1:30 to 3:00 pm in the Barclay Building
  •  Leaders: Marjean Miller, Audrey Terebessy, Saundra Rea


IF:Women Being Equipped—“Seek First: A Walk Through the Basics of Faith” & “Redeemed: A Tool for Sharing Your Story of Redemption”

  •  These studies will give you practical tools and equip you to speak confidently about God. This study will teach us how to lead others in reading the Word and speaking about the foundations of our faith.
  •  7:00 to 8:30 pm in the Church Parlor
  •  Leaders: Jennifer Balkey, Amy Hehn


Panera Grove— “From Shadow to Reality” (Hebrews)

  • There are some who find the book of Hebrews an intimidating study, with its detailed arguments about angels, Melchizedek, and the short-comings of the old covenant. However, God knows that we need strong encouragement to remain faithful and keep our confidence in Jesus. Join us as we work through the book of Hebrews to gain greater understanding to keep focused on Jesus.
  • 4:30 to 6:30 pm  at Penn Center Panera
  •  Leaders: Denise McCutcheon, Sue Loya


WOW—“Women of the Word”

  •  We will use the book Women of The Word by Jen Wilkin to help train us in a thorough method of studying Scripture, which we can then apply to any Bible study. This semester we will begin with the book of Romans.
  •  5:30 to 7:00 pm in Room 203 (Main) (Childcare available during Kidz Club)
  •  Leaders: Heather Ramsay, Leslie Wiegand


Single Moms— “Famine and Fortune”

  • The future looks bleak for Naomi and her widowed Moabite daughter-in-law, Ruth, as they journey back to Israel in search of food and a new family. How redemption is achieved, by whom and for whom, forms the plot of one of the Bible’s most wonderful stories. (4 studies)
  • 5:30 to 7:30 pm in the Church Parlor (Main) (Childcare available—we will follow the Kidz Club schedule. Please pick children up promptly at 7:00 pm, and you can return to the parlor until 7:30 pm.)
  • Leaders: Jennifer Curran, Stephanie Henevich


Wednesday Women— “The Amazing Collection Year 3”

 This study will help you see the relevance of the Bible in our lives today. We will be starting in the book of I Timothy and will complete the rest of the Bible, book by book, week by week. New ladies always welcome!

 6:30 to 8:00 pm in the Barclay Building

 Leaders: Karen Painter, Mary Jo Bernazzoli


Thursday Morning Women’s Grove— “The Letter to the Hebrews”

  • Christ our Savior is greater than any angel, priest, or old covenant institution. He is also our ascended and enthroned High Priest, who understands perfectly the pains and sufferings of his congregation. Join us to draw closer to Him as we study His word, pray together, and encourage one another in our daily walk.
  • 9:15 to 11:00 am in the Barclay Building
  • Leaders: Barbara Rehberg, Bobbie Moore, Boots Mulock, Claudia McLaughlin


Amazing Collection— “The Amazing Collection Year 1”

  • Our study will include discussion of weekly homework and Bible teaching - one book of the Bible each week. We will continue studying where we left off with I Kings.  We pray you’ll join us in reading His Word together.
  • 9:30 to 11:00 am in the Church Parlor (Main) (Childcare will be provided with coordinated teaching to correspond with the Grove study—The Amazing Adventure.)
  • Leaders: Jennifer Balkey, Jessica Sanders


Sweeter than Honey— “Hungry: Learning to Feed Your Soul with Christ”

  • Are you busy, frazzled and exhausted? Is your soul weary? Perhaps you are feeling spiritually depleted? Hunger: It drives our bodies, shapes our days and affects our choices. Just as we need good physical nutrition to keep our bodies working well, we also need to feed our souls with excellent spiritual food. Where do we find true satisfaction for our hungry souls? Join us as we whet our appetites by using the book & DVD by Rondi Lauterbach.
  • 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm in Forest Hills
  • Leaders: Shirley Dubeau, Bernadette Fischer

Men's Groves


Sunday Men— “Prayers of the Bible”

  • How is your prayer life? Not sure what to pray or how to pray? What does prayer accomplish? Does it work? What if nothing changes? We will explore prayers of the Bible, examine the attitude and motives of the person who prayed, and how God answered.
  • 9:30 to 10:30 am in the Barclay Building
  • Leader: Dan Gallagher



Tuesday Night Men’s Grove—“John’s Gospel—Chapters 14-21”

  • Join us as we mine the riches and beauty of John’s Gospel, focusing on chapters 14-21.
  • 7:00 to 8:30 pm in the Barclay Building
  • Leaders: Frank Cafaro, Bill Kear



Wednesday Morning Men—“Exodus: 1-14”

  • For most Christians the Old Testament is known only in familiar stories recited from youth. It is so much more! The truth is that no one can gain a deep understanding of the New Testament and the Gospel without it. We’d love to have you join us as we dig in!
  • 6:30 to 8:00 am in the Board Room at Longue Vue Club, Verona
  • Leaders: Bill Kear, Doug Rehberg


Wednesday Evening Men— “Ephesians”

  • “Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another.” Proverbs 27:17. This Grove is designed to build deep and accountable relationships between the men at Hebron. Each meeting will consist of a group Bible study followed by splitting up into small accountability groups. The individual accountability groups are encouraged to meet separately during the week.
  • 9:00 to 10:30 pm—Barclay (every other Wednesday beginning 1/16/19)
  • Leaders: Steven Sanders, Brendan Conaway

The Course Of Your Life

What would it take for you to change your life and make decisions and choices firmly based on Christ’s Great Commission? The Bible says it would take the Holy Spirit applying the life-changing truths of the Gospel in a way that deeply impacts both your heart and your way of thinking about the course of your life.

The “Course of Your Life” helps you to apply these truths as you prayerfully soak in God’s Word and think carefully about its practical implications. And you do all this with the assistance and prayerful encouragement of a group of Christian brothers and sisters who are doing the same thing along side you.

Requirements: Adults who are faithful, available, and teachable. Each group meets for 2 hours each week, with an additional hour spent in separate study with a group member. A retreat is also held. Class size is limited to 12. Contact one of the leaders below for more information and to register.

Tuesday Evening

Leaders: Jerry Zeilstra and Katrina Dunderdale

 6:30 to 8:30 pm, Penn Hills

 Leaders: Margie Krogh, Peggy Wright

 7:00 to 9:00 pm, Penn Hills


 Wednesday Evening

 Leaders: Dan & Diane Brown

 6:30 to 8:30 pm, Penn Hills, Class size is limited to 8


Contact Jerry Zeilstra to register for The Course Of Your Life