Club One Sixteen, Club Life
Club One Sixteen offers an evening of fellowship, study and worship for people of all ages. It’s a youth group, open to kids in grades K-12. Programs include homework help, open gym, educational workshops, dinner, and Bible Study each week. Club 116 requires a permission form; please click to download the PDF. We encourage families and individuals of all ages to come together for fun, community, learning, and worship. View the May 2013 Youth Calendar. Weather reminder: Club 116 follows the City of Pittsburgh school closings, so if the Pittsburgh schools are closed due to inclement weather, Club 116 will also be closed.
Over the spring, we will explore the theme “Where in the World is God?” and investigate what scripture and our own experiences tell us about where God is: in times of joy and tragedy, in times of doubt and fear, in times of hope and hard work. We explore where we might find God in the midst of the ups and downs of our daily lives. Bring your questions and your stories to this discussion, as we continue on this journey of faith together.
New! Club Life for May: Join us for yoga and an end-of-the-year cookout! View the May 2013 Youth Calendar for details.
Here’s a typical schedule. In May, Club 116 meets May 1, May 8, and the last session for the season is May 15. Check at the front desk for specific locations:
Club 116 Bible Study “Themes”
Each term, we explore a theme related to our faith. Our Bible Study theme this year is “Testimonies.” As we read the faith stories of Biblical figures, we will see how God was at work in their lives years ago. Then we’ll take a look at how God is at work among us, hearing the testimonies of special guests, and stopping to see how God is shaping our lives.
Bible 116, Adult Evening Bible Study with Rev Bush and Rev Schoenewolf | Four Wednesdays in May at 6:00 pm | May 8-29
Please join us for a special evening Bible Study, meeting from May 8 - May 29 on Wednesdays, from 5:45 pm to 6:55 pm pm in the Second Floor Parlor. The Bible 116 class is an informal (adult) gathering in which Pastor Randy and/or Pastor Heather lead a conversation about the scripture passage that is the focus of the upcoming Sunday worship service. Bring your own bible, or bibles provided. A simple meal of soup and bread will be available, and volunteers are encouraged to assist in providing these refreshments.
Club 116 Ministry Team
Wil Forrest (Young Adult Ministries Coordinator), Sara Hackett (Interim Coordinator of Christian Education and Youth Ministry), Jill Markwart, Lauren Millikan, The Rev. Heather Schoenewolf (Associate Pastor), Anthony Williams (Youth Worker).
If you are interested in volunteering for club one sixteen, or would like to donate a meal to our youth group, please contact Wil Forrest.