Updates


  • ADULT CHRISTIAN EDUCATION Beginning January 19 and running through February, Brent Mock will be teaching “A Called- Out People in a Driven World,” a class on Paul’s letter to the Ephesians.  The class will meet on Sundays at 10:00 AM in the Social Room.

  • TUESDAY MORNING WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY The Tuesday morning women’s Bible study will be studying “The Magnificent Obsession” by Anne Graham Lotz beginning January 21.  The group meets in the Lounge on Tuesdays from 9:15 to 10:30 AM.  If you are interested in joining them, please contact Nancy Moore (npmmoore@comcast.net) or Sarah Chace (s.v.chace@gmail.com).

  • BEVERLY HEIGHTS NECKTIES There are a limited number of Beverly Heights bow ties and longs ties available for purchase in the office.  The ties are personalized with the Beverly Heights wheat logo and cost $20 each.  Please see Katie or Amy if you are interested in buying one.

  • MARCH FOR LIFE  The Bible Chapel is organizing a bus trip to Washington, DC for the annual March for Life rally on Friday, January 24, 2020. Cost is $60 and includes transportation on the chartered bus, guides for those unfamiliar with the city and march, and boxed meal for the ride home. For more information or to register to attend, visit www.biblechapel.org/events and click on March for Life.

  • WEDNESDAY NIGHT HEIGHTS All Wednesday programming (children’s choir, dinner, Bible study) will resume on January 29. 

  • WOMEN'S CONFERENCE  We are gathering a group of women from Beverly Heights Church to travel together to attend this conference being put on by The Gospel Coalition.  To register, visit tgc.org/2020 and use the group code “BEVERLYHEIGHTSPA” to take $25 off the registration fee.  For the lowest price, register prior to February 18 to receive the early bird discount as well.  Once we know who would like to attend, we will work on hotel reservations and transportation.  If you want to be part of securing a room block, please let Sarah Chace (s.v.chace@gmail.com) know by February 14 that you have registered.

  • GRANDPARENTING VIDEO SERIES Beginning on January 29 at 7:00 PM and continuing for eight weeks, Rick and Mary Wolling will facilitate the showing and discussion of the video series by Dr. Tim and Darcy Kimmel entitled “Grand Parenthood: More Than Rocking Chairs.” Please let Bob Thomson (rwthomsonsr@gmail.com) know if you would like to attend. 

  • FUSION - MS AND HS Sunday FUSION dinner and programming for all middle school and high school students will resume on January 19.

  • PASTOR’S DISCRETIONARY FUND. The Pastor’s Discretionary Fund provides financial resources for use by our pastor to meet the unexpected personal needs of those who are experiencing temporary crisis situations.  It is funded by the designated contributions of members of the Beverly Heights congregation.  If you would like to enable this important ministry of love and compassion, please clearly mark your check or envelope “Discretionary Fund.”

  • NURSERY VOLUNTEERS The nursery is in need of some additional volunteers on Sunday mornings.  If you would be willing to help out, please contact Lisa Wahl.

  • ADULT CHOIR: Rehearsals for the Adult Choir take place on Thursday evenings from 7:15 to 8:30 PM.  New voices are always welcome!  Please email Elissa if you have any questions (elissa@beverlyheights.org).

  • COLLEGE ADDRESSES Our church family would love to encourage the college-aged students of our congregation. Please provide their addresses to the church office as soon as possible.  

  • SECURITY TEAM We are looking for additional volunteers to serve on our Security Team on Sunday mornings and on Wednesday afternoons and evenings.  Jobs range from foot patrol and sanctuary presence, to monitoring the security footage and manning a walkie talkie.  For more information or to volunteer, contact Frank Davis (fdavis727@comcast.net or 724-941-2581).

  • COOKS FOR KIDS Each week at our Fusion youth group meetings on Sunday evenings we include dinner at 6:00 PM for the 30 to 35 students who attend.  To do this, we need your assistance!  Please contact Lisa Tyger if you’re willing to help with this important part of our ministry.  This opportunity is open to anyone, regardless of culinary skill; we can find a meal that fits your ability!

  • URBAN IMPACT REQUEST FOR VOLUNTEERS Urban Impact is looking for volunteers in their math and literacy support program and their tutoring center. If you are interested in finding out more information about volunteering, please contact Jess Brodnicki (jessica.brodnicki@uifpgh.org) or Julia Piecka (julia.piecka@uifpgh). 

  • NEIGHBOR IN NEED MINISTRY On occasion, needs arise within our congregation that are beyond the capabilities of the immediate family, extended family or resources. The Neighbor in Need Ministry will be comprised of folks who would be willing to be notified by text or email when such a need arises. Examples might be helping with yard work for a shut in, assisting a family as they move, or picking up an elderly member from a doctor’s appointment. Less urgent needs would be communicated via email and more urgent needs by text. If the need doesn’t match your skill set or availability, you would simply disregard. We may not be able to meet every request but will help when we can. If you are willing to receive such communications, please email Lisa Tyger with Neighbor in Need in the subject line and your name, preferred email address and cell phone number.

  • NOTE WRITING MINISTRY - ADDITIONAL NOTE WRITERS:  This team strives to encourage, support and show God’s love to the individuals on the bulletin prayer list by writing to them each week.  If you are interested in learning more about this ministry and what is involved, please contact Michelle Balfe (mlbalfe19@gmail.com or 412-818-1766) or Sherry Brady (SBrady9811@gmail.com or 412-298-0906). Men, women and older teens/young adults are all welcome!