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Dominical—“The English Reformation and the Puritans” -Each week we will be watching and discussing an installment from this Ligonier video series by Michael Reeves. “Few stories contain heroism, betrayal, ricocheting monarchs, bold stands against repressive authorities, and redemption like this one. And fewer generations have modeled commitment to the gospel and the application of God’s Word like the Puritans of England.” It has been claimed that the Puritans were strong where we tend to be weak, and thus provide lessons for spiritual maturity today. Come see for yourself!
Genesis— “The Beatitudes and More" - Jesus’ first major teaching is recorded in the Gospel of Matthew and is known as the “Sermon on the Mount”. We hope you will join us as we take a new and fresh look at these gems in Matthew 5. We will continue in Matthew as time allows to view other points in this awesome sermon from our Lord and Savior.
10:45 to 12:00 pm in Fellowship Hall (Main)
Leaders: Tom Aubele, Dan Brown
Koinonia— “The Ten Commandments” - “Christian Beliefs”: 12 key tenets of the faith that every Christian needs to know and share with others. Also, “Cultures in Conflict”-As the culture in Corinth conflicted greatly with the lifestyle that the Apostle Paul proclaimed to those who chose to follow Jesus - the church today is called to proclaim the Gospel in every environment.
"Exploring the Character of God" - This Grove will explore “big picture” questions such as: Why has God created the world? What is He accomplishing? What part do sin and punishment have in the overall plan? What is the meaning and purpose of heaven and hell? How is God glorified in it all? What is meant by the “simplicity’ of God? What is the meaning and significance of the incarnation? What has Christ actually accomplished? All of these topics reveal the character of God whose love is always a holy love, and whose holiness is always a loving holiness.
Morning Women’s Grove— “Isaiah, ParSunday:
Imagine— “Peace with God - a Study in Romans” - “In his letter to the Romans, Paul shows us that there is only one way back to peace, and that is through Trusting in the work of Jesus.” (Matthias Media) Join us for a rich discussion with some wonderful ladies about the true source of peace - Jesus.
Tuesday Afternoon Coffee— “The Amazing Life of Jesus Christ” - Jesus truly is AMAZING! But who is He to you? How does He impact your daily life? We are walking step-by-step with Jesus on His journey to the cross, but that is not the end. His everlasting, coming-soon promise is, “Look and see, I am making all things new!” Please join us as we walk with Jesus.
The Forgiven Rebels - "1 & 2 Timothy and Titus: Do What You Have Heard” - We’ll be looking at leadership and organization in the early church and seeing how these 3 books are models of hope in a messy situation. We will also see Paul’s confidence in the power of the Gospel as it shines throughout the letters.
Panera Grove— “The Study of Acts” - Join us as we take a look at Luke’s second volume as he tells us about the early church - how the Gospel went out to the ends of the earth and neither persecution nor opposition could stop it.
Women of the Word - “1, 2 & 3 John” - We will use the book Women of the Word by Jen Wilkin to help train us in a thorough method of studying Scripture applied to Books of 1, 2, and 3 John.
Thursday Morning Women’s Grove— “Isaiah, Parts 2 & 3: The Servant and the Anointed King” - Isaiah’s name in Hebrew means, “The Lord saves”. The words God gave Isaiah reveal a God who knows and sovereignly determines all of human history - for His glorious saving purposes in the One who is the King, the Servant of the Lord, and the Eternal Conqueror. This semester we will continue our study, beginning in Chapter 36 of Isaiah.
As this study is already in progress, it is suggested that those interested in attending for the first time should contact one of the leaders before registering.
Leaders: Barbara Rehberg, Bobbie Moore, Boots Mulock, Claudia McLaughlin
Moms Together - “Risen Motherhood” - Discover how closely the Gospel connects with today’s motherhood. Join Jen & Jill as we use this resource to walk through the redemptive story and reveal how the Gospel applies to your everyday life, bringing hope, freedom, and joy in every area of motherhood. Together we will see how we can apply the Gospel to common issues moms face so you can connect your Sunday morning faith to the Monday morning tantrum.
Sunday Men— “1 Peter - The Glory of Suffering” - In his first epistle, Peter explains the necessity of suffering and the joy and peace possible in the midst of it. Join us as we discover how suffering paves the way to glory. As time permits, we plan to incorporate Tim Keller’s perspectives on prayer and marriage, both vital aspects of committing ourselves to the Lord (1 Peter 4:19).
Tuesday Night Men’s Grove—“Future Grace” - Join us as we study the power of the promises of God and how grace is not only God’s undeserved gift to us in the past, but also God’s power for our lives today, tomorrow, and forever!
Wednesday Morning Men—“The Sermon on the Mount” - The Sermon on the Mount may be one of the best known sections of the entire Bible. Yet it is also one of the least understood parts of Jesus’ teachings. Join us as we look at “the kingdom life in a fallen world”.
Wednesday Evening Men— “The Book of James” - “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.
Around the Fire: The Sauna Grove - “12 Christian Tenets to Retain and Share” - Basic Christian tenets are more important than ever to retain and articulate with others. What better place to learn, share, and pray than in a Sauna! For generations diverse cultures have gathered together to share better health and deeper relationships by spending time in super-heated enclosures. Men, come experience the warmth of friendship, faith, and prayer together in the Sauna.
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.
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.
Leaders: Jerry Zeilstra & Katrina Dunderdale
6:30 to 8:30 pm, Penn Hills
Esther - 1st Monday of each month
7:30 to 9:00 pm - Parlor; Contact: Sarah Shorthouse (412-242-1625)
Rebecca - 2nd Wednesday of each month
9:30 to 11:30 am - Parlor; Contact: Jane Hoover (412-793-3518)
Mary Ruth - 2nd Wednesday of each month
noon to 2:00 pm - Barclay Building. We meet a second time each month for lunch at a local restaurant. Contact: Joann Hughes (412-795-1484)