This coming Sunday, January 28, the adult education/Sunday School class that meets in the sanctuary will begin studying from the booklet WHAT IS AN ANABAPTIST CHRISTIAN? by Palmer Becker. Eric Smith will lead us in discussing the first section, "Core Value #1: Jesus is the center of our faith: 1. Jesus is to be followed in daily life. 2. The Bible is interpreted from a Christ-centered point of view. 3. Jesus is accepted as both Savior and Lord." Everyone is welcome to the class. If you did not get a booklet last Sunday, you can still join the conversation. ... See more
Good words from Allegheny Conference Youth Minister Joy Cotchen!
From Joy Cotchen: "Children and youth are not just the church of tomorrow, they are the church of today. They have important voices to be heard, even as they are being shaped. I am so blessed to be a part of this ministry. Children and youth need to be at the core of who we are as the church. They will lead us." ... See more
A reflection from our Conference Minister
David E. Mishler is Conference Minister for Allegheny Mennonite Conference. When I returned to Allegheny Conference at the call of its Leadership Council in 2016, I knew that the road ahead would be fraught with questions, anger, misunderstanding, lament…and praise and joy, relief and new energy. ... ... See more
A beautiful Christmas Eve Candle Light Service this evening!
A special gift during the children's time this morning
Thank you to all who have supported the 3rd Way Collective campus ministry and all the students and community members who connect with this unique initiative!
We can't believe another semester has come to an end! We want to say THANK YOU to all of our supporters this semester - check out what Graciela, Brandon, Casey, and Dominic had to say in appreciation!!! ... See more
Join us on December 17 for our annual Children's Christmas Program! Everyone is invited to the Children's Christmas Program during the Sunday School hour. After the worship service the adults will leave the sanctuary and go downstairs for coffee while the children dress. When the children are ready (at about 11:15am), adults will be given the signal to take their coffee to the sanctuary and enjoy the program. After the program everyone will return downstairs to the fellowship hall for refreshments. Please bring a snack to share, such as: fruit, veggies, meat, cheese, crackers or cookies. (Anything with nuts will need to be labeled.) Cider will be provided. ... See more
Please join us this weekend for a fellowship meal December 10 at Noon! Everyone is invited to a delicious carry-in meal. There is always enough for everyone and you are invited to stay whether you planned to or not. Regular attenders are encouraged to bring your own place settings (don't forget cups) and a dish to serve 12 or more. Last names A-L bring a side dish, vegetables, bread, fruit or other dessert Last names M-Z bring a main dish An oven can be set to 350 for those who would like to cook. There will be labels on the food table for vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and especially any dishes containing nuts. ... See more
Our shared confession this morning on the first Sunday of Advent
Consider supporting our campus ministry on #GivingTuesday!
It's #GivingTuesday! Everyone who makes a donation today will receive a Welcome Your Neighbors bumper sticker! Give today right here - http://www.3rdwaycollective.org/give-now/