Our strategy to fulfill the vision of Hebron, that God would use Hebron to show Himself to the world, is through discipling those we come in contact with.

Our goals are: 

  1. To establish opportunities of learning where spiritual growth can happen so disciples of Jesus Christ become equipped and mature. 
  2. To make disciples who make disciples. (Matthew 28:18-20) 

Disciples are made by the Word of God Proclaimed, in Prayerful dependence on the Spirit of God, by the People of God, Persevering in relationships in grace over time. We walk our friends through the process of discipleship: Engaging, Evangelizing, Establishing and Equipping. 

faith & life Seminar: 

the fire still burns

Hebron's Discipleship Team invites you to join us for a Faith and Life Seminar, The Fire Still Burns, on May 14 & 15th. The seminar will feature Pastor Josh Brown teaching on the Person and Work of the Holy Spirit. RSVP by May 10th here. (Seating is limited.)

Our Guest Speaker for the Faith and Life Seminar: 

Josh Brown is currently the pastor of Bellefield Presbyterian Church in Oakland, having previously led or served churches in Washington (PA), Boston, and State College. He grew up at Hebron and is a graduate of Penn Hills High School, Penn State University, and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Josh is a regular speaker with undergraduate and graduate student groups, has led workshops for the CCO's Jubilee Conference and the EPC's General Assembly, and has preached and taught internationally. He has served as the Moderator for the Presbytery of the Alleghenies and is currently the chair of the Leadership Team and member of the Ministerial Committee for that body. A mountain biking and reading enthusiast, Josh lives with his wife, Bethany, and his sons, Malcolm and Jameson, in Point Breeze North. 

The Topics for the Four Seminars are:

1. "Of Whom Do We Speak?" An introduction into Trinitarian theology exploring the personhood and deity of the Holy Spirit, how the Church has articulated these beliefs, and also common misunderstandings.

2. "The Spirit and the Scriptures" Beginning with the relationship between the Holy Spirit and the Bible, we will consider the ways the Scriptures speak about the Spirit and trace the lines of continuity/development from Creation to New Creation.

3. "The Spirit in the Life of a Believer" After distinguishing between common grace and special grace, we will see what role the Spirit plays in bringing us to saving faith, uniting us to Jesus Christ, conforming us to his image, and sealing us for the day of redemption.

4. "The Fruit and Gifts of the Spirit" The differences between the fruit and gifts of the Spirit will be considered (along with the question of miraculous gifts), before considering how those things shape our service and vocation both in the Church and in the world.  

Click here for the 4-week study guide.


A Grove at Hebron is a group of people who gather weekly to study God’s Word, build friendships and serve the world.

Groves are the primary place where you are known and cared for at Hebron. It is within these small communities that men and women can grow deeper as they study God’s Word, grow stronger by building friendships, and grow beyond as they serve together. It is within these groups that you practice applying the Gospel to your life. Each Grove expects to experience Jesus Christ in its midst, enabling participants to be transformed through mutual ministry and to experience life in the family of God.

Composed of six to thirty people, Groves meet in homes throughout the community and at the church. All Groves are led by members of the congregation or the pastoral staff. They all receive continued oversight and support from our pastoral staff through training opportunities and leader’s meetings. Groves generally meet weekly for Bible study, fellowship, and prayer. Groves also participate in a service project and a social event once every semester, in place of a regular meeting.

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Women's Studies


Imagine— “Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions” -  In Tactics, Gregory Koulk demonstrates how to artfully regain control of conversations, keeping them moving forward in constructive ways through thoughtful diplomacy. Tactics provides the game plan for communicating the compelling truth about Christianity with confidence and grace.

  • 8:15 to 9:15 am in the Barclay Building
  • Leaders: Jen Stolarz, Megan Keim 



Tuesday Afternoon Coffee— “None Like Him” -  How can the Bible say in one breath that perfect love casts out all fear and then turn around and say that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom? "The woman who fears the Lord is to be praised." Confusing?? We will learn how to become God-fearing women as we explore a God that is Like No Other - fearful, wonderful, and awesome!!

  •  1:30 to 3:00 pm in the Barclay Building
  •  Leaders: Marjean Miller, Audrey Terebessy



Women of the Word - “Esther” -  We will deep dive into the book of Esther, seeking to understand its context and meaning. Please join us.

  • 7:00 to 8:30 pm,  Zoom
  •  Leaders: Heather Ramsay, Gab Hershman


Thursday Morning Women— “Gospel of Matthew - Chapters 13-28” -  In the second half of Matthew, Jesus teaches how His kingdom comes; how to live in community; and the future of Israel, the disciples, and mankind. We will examine the culmination of Jesus' earthly ministry in His crucifixion, death, and resurrection. Join us for study, prayer, and fellowship.

  • 9:15 to 11:00 am in Fellowship Hall (Main)
  • Leaders: Boots Mulock, Bobbie Moore,  Barbara Rehberg

Men's Groves


Sunday Men— “The Book of Acts, cont.” - We will continue our study of Acts at Chapter 13 which marks the beginning of the third phase of our Lord's great commission, going unto the uttermost parts of the earth. The second half of Acts centers on the ministry of Paul and reveals the manner in which the Holy Spirit guides God's people. Consider joining us for a lively discussion.

  • 8:20 to 9:20 am in the Barclay Building
  • Leader: Dan Gallagher



Tuesday Evening Men’s Grove—“Galatians: Chapters 3-6” -  Join us as we continue our in-depth look at Galatians.

  • 7:00 to 8:30 pm in the Barclay Building
  • Leaders: Frank Cafaro, Bill Kear


Wednesday Morning Men—“Galatians for You” -  Galatians brings us face-to-face with the Gospel. Join us as we start each Wednesday morning in the Word!

  • 6:30 to 8:00 am (sharp!) - Longue Vue Club Board Room, Verona
  • Leaders: Bill Kear, Doug Rehberg

co-ed Groups


Genesis—“Unexplainable - Apart from God” - If your life is ordinary, common, expected, explainable, then you are missing God's purpose for you. God's purpose involves Himself in your life, a life that is powerful, purposeful, uncommon, and unexplainable apart from God as our explanation.

  • 9:45 to 10:45 am in Fellowship Hall
  • Leaders: Tom Aubele, Dan Brown, Bruce Simon

Koinonia— “Acts Part II - Chapters 13-28 - Seeing God in Action" -  The people of the early church discovered what true power looks like. Jesus transformed their lives  - and they changed the world! Acts is the extraordinary record of what these early Christian disciples did. The power that you see in action in this book is the same power that can transform your life and generate the boldness to reach your friends and neighbors with the gospel of Christ.

  • 9:30 to 10:30 am in the Church Parlor
  • Leaders: David Rosburg, John Barbour


MLJ Grove - “Dr. D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones on Ephesians - Chapter 1, verses 7 through 17”

 Do you feel like you miss some of the richness as you study the Scriptures? Listen together with us as Dr. D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones preaches 12 sermons that mine the riches from verse 7 through 17 of the first chapter of Ephesians. At the least, at the end of this study your God will be bigger, and you may be motivated and better equipped to do more intense studying yourself.

  •  7:00 to 8:30 pm, Sidlo Home, Monroeville
  •  Leaders: Marty Sidlo, Dave Mulock

All Moms

All Moms is a ministry that merges a community of moms in the trenches of raising young children and mentorship from experienced women who desire to see younger moms grow in their faith and skills as parents. All Moms is for, you guessed it, all Moms: stepmoms, adoptive moms, working moms, stay-at-home moms, single moms, foster moms, and moms of all backgrounds. Twice a month we will gather in the evenings, hear a guest speaker share prepared insights on a topic related to mothering small children, and share in a small group setting our personal reflections and thoughts on a topic.

Due to the nature of needing to plan spaces and materials, we are requiring registration ahead of time. There is no homework, no reading requirements and no reading requirements and no judgment when you roll in with the same messy bun from two days ago and some kind of dried food permanently adhered to your yoga pants.

Click here to visit the All Moms' website for more information and upcoming events.