North Way Christian Community Church in Pittsburgh, PA

Adults

At North Way, we desire to create community as we live and walk together to seek, find, and know the living God. There are always opportunities to connect with one another, to grow in your faith, and to serve in and as the local church. Below are just some of the ways you can get involved at North Way Wexford to mature in faith as you follow Jesus – and prepare to help others to do the same. Rooted is a 10-week small group experience that provides the opportunity to connect with God, the church community, and your purpose in unexpected and life-changing ways. More information can be found here. Small groups are one of the very best ways to make a large church feel small. North Way Wexford’s small groups are as varied as the people who lead them. Check out our Small Group Finder or email Justin Ashcraft to find a small group that’s right for you. The Moore & More Women’s Ministry provides women an opportunity for in-depth studies of God’s Word and small group experience. Studies are offered in the fall and spring on both Thursday evenings and Friday mornings at the Wexford Campus. Registration required. Contact Stacy Kloc. The purpose of MOPS is to encourage, equip and develop mothers of preschoolers to realize their potential as women, mothers and leaders in the name of Jesus Christ. During a typical meeting we will spend time together praying, hearing from a speaker and discussing practical topics/applications to our motherhood journey, and enjoying some food. Additionally, throughout the year we participate in various service projects as a group. MOPS meets twice a month from 9 – 11:15am on Tuesdays at the Wexford Campus. Registration required. Contact Lori. Mosaic is a group where moms of all ages can find friendship, hear relevant teaching, and receive encouragement in a small group atmosphere. Mosaic meets the first Tuesday of the month at 7pm in the Trinity Room at the Wexford Campus. Contact Erica Kirby for more information. Sprouts of Faith is a free, faith-based music, movement and interactive program for infants-preschoolers and their parents/caregivers. Registration is required at my.northway.org. Contact Barbara Anne Lewis. The Big C Men’s Breakfast is a monthly program hosted at North Way that gathers men together to share experiences, seek the truth, and grow in the Christian faith. Big C meets the second Saturday of the month at 7:45am in the South Venue at Wexford Campus. Contact Jay Simon. The Seniors 60+ Luncheon consists of a catered lunch, speakers, projects and time to meet and get to know people during this wonderful time of life. This group meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month, September through May, at 11:30am at the Wexford Campus. A $5 donation is suggested for the catered lunch. Register by the Sunday before the luncheon by contacting Kathy Bain. Financial Peace University (FPU) teaches God’s ways of handling money. Through video teaching, class discussions and interactive small group activities, FPU presents biblical, practical steps to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend and save wisely, and much more! This 9-week course is offered several times a year. Contact Steve Adkins.