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ANNOUNCeMENTS

Small Group Bible Study—We have a powerful new book study, starting today, Nehemiah, the Courage to Face Opposition. Books are available today after service for $8. Class times/locations are as follows: 

  • Sundays, 9:30am at the WARM Center

  • Wednesdays, 6:30pm at the WARM Center (Young Adults)

  • Wednesdays, 6:30pm at Everyday Café

  • Thursdays, 12:30pm at Everyday Café

  • Fridays, 6:30pm at Darrin & Trashawnda Ward’s home in Penn Hills (Please call 412-720-2034)

  • Alternate Saturdays at Lelia’s Broughton’s home in Penn Hills (Please call 412-452-7311) 

 

Do you know your S.H.A.P.E.? —We often go through life without knowing what we are gifted/called to do. The S.H.A.P.E. class will help you to explore your Spiritual Gifts, Heart, Abilities, Personality and Experiences to discover your unique purpose. The next class will be offered Saturday, March 28th from 12-2pm at the TRIPLEX. For more information, please contact Steve Davis at sdavis@bcpgh.org or sign up at the information table in the lobby.

 

Usher/Greeter Meeting—Do you have a winning personality and a heart to greet our guests and members? If you’re interested in joining the Usher/Greeter ministry, or if you currently serve in this area, please plan to meet in the WARM Center Sanctuary on Tuesday, March 10th at 6:30pm.


Community Conversation – On Saturday, March 21st at 5pm, we will have a gathering of the Homewood Community for dinner and conversation. We plan to listen to Homewood residents as they share community needs and their thoughts on Bible Center’s engagement in the community. If you are interested in assisting the Outreach Team with set-up, serving, clean-up or hosting a table, please see Sister Lelia Broughton after service. 

 

Health & Nutrition Event—Let’s continue to be TRANSFORMED in our Physical Health! Bible Center Young Adults (BCYA) are hosting a fitness and nutrition event on Monday, March 23rd from 6:30-7:30pm at Everyday Café.  No matter your age or stage, come and learn how to create healthy meals and keep moving with Trainer-Coach Akeeme Robinson. Please wear your tennis shoes and comfortable clothes.


Children & Youth Ministry

Children's Church Memory Verse for Sunday March 8th: Resurrection Eggs Lesson1 Anyone who believes in Christ is a new creation. The old is gone! The new has come!” 2 Corinthians 5:17 (NIRV)

  •  Zoo Field Trip: All young people (preschool-high school) are invited to the Zoo on May 9th.  Preschool parents/guardians must attend with their child.  Light lunch and transportation within 2 miles are provided.  Please see Toni Lewis or email ChildrenAndYouth@bcpgh.org if your child would like to attend or you would like to chaperone.  Limited tickets available. 
  • VBS - SAVE THE DATE: This year Vacation Bible School for 1st-7th graders will be held June 15-19. Please mark your calendars. 

  • "Let's Go Fishing" Field Trip for Youth 5 - 15 years.  Let's Go Fishing at Lake Carnegie on Saturday July 11th from 9am to 3pm.  Free fishing skill instructors, free fishing rods and bait.  Please contact Toni Lewis for additional information or to register. 443 695-0520 or childrenandyouth@bcpgh.org.

Everyday Café—Everyday Café is seeking a highly skilled individual to fill the role of Director of Operations.  Review the job description and apply here: bit.ly/edcdirector1

 

Oasis Transportation

  • Oasis Transportation is offering Commercial Driver’s License Classes! The free classes will be offered on April 4th and April 11th from 10am to 12pm at the WARM Center. For more information, please contact James Collins at 412-580-4793. 
  • We are seeking part-time drivers. If you’re looking for a side hustle with great pay, contact sdavis@bcpgh.org.

 

Kudos, Concerns and Other Opportunities


Congratulations to Kiva Fisher-Green and Marcus Pointdexter who are S.W.A.G. Awardees. The S.W.A.G. (Social Worker Appreciation of Greatness) Awards ceremony on March 29th will honor the “heart work” of local social work heroes that is oftentimes unappreciated and unrecognized. Kiva and Marcus, we are proud of you!

 

Debralyn Woodberry-Shaw is exploring compassion satisfaction and compassion fatigue in the education field specifically in the community education field. Eligible Participants (all full-time staff, part-time staff, interns, and volunteers) in youth-serving organizations and schools in Allegheny County complete a research survey (bit.ly/cscfsurvey2020) on compassion satisfaction and compassion fatigue. Four names will be chosen at random to each receive $50. Contact Debralyn at diw28@pitt.edu with questions or concerns.

 

You are invited—The Homewood Community Engagement Center is hosting a Community Wellness Fair on Friday, March 20th from 3-7pm. Come and check out the new space at 626 N. Homewood Avenue.