Bible Studies – Christ Church at Grove Farm

Bible Studies

Weekly Bible Studies 2021

women’s bible studies

WOW (Women of the Word)

Begins September 17, 2021 – Friday mornings 9:30 – 11:30 am

Howard G. Hendricks’ classic study on Bible Study methods, Living By the Book: The Art and Science of Reading the Bible, with Sarah Manges. Pre-register using the button below. Childcare is available with registration. For additional information contact Carla Batch (412) 741-4900 Ext. 117 or

Thursday (every other) Evening Bible Study

September 16, 2021 – Thursday evenings 6:30 – 8:00 pm. Video Study with Jen Wilkin

In this 10-session verse-by-verse study of Exodus 1–18, journey alongside God’s people from Egypt to Mt. Sinai to unpack the deeper meaning behind stories that may already be familiar to you: the struggle of God’s people in slavery to the Egyptians, the birth and life of Moses, the plagues God leveled against Pharaoh, and God’s great provision in the parting of the Red Sea. Discover how God fights for His children and prioritizes their worship of Him above all else.

For additional information contact Kathy Clark (724) 766-3105 or

Bible Study Fellowship (BSF)

Begins September 15, 2021 – Wednesday mornings 9:30 – 11:15 am.  The Gospel of Matthew

Children’s program available for kids ages infant through 3rd grade.

For more than 60 years, Bible Study Fellowship has offered free, in-depth Bible study with trained group leaders for women and children of all denominations. We study Holy Scripture to know God and apply His Truth. BSF gives women of all ages the opportunity to study the Bible in the safety of real relationships. Explore the meaningful questions of life, go deeper in their relationship with Jesus Christ and connect with other women.  Class members spend time in personal Bible study during the week. On the day of class, they join other women in a small-group discussion and hear a teaching leader apply the truths of Scripture to daily life.  You will receive comprehensive lesson notes on the passage you studied and lesson questions for the following week.

To register, visit and follow the prompts.

Men’s bible studies

Men’s Theology Study Group

Meets Wednesday evenings in Room 102 from 7 P.M. to 8 P.M. Fall Study Topic: The Person and Work of Christ. Starting September 15, 2021. Contact: Dick Jenkins for information

Men studying thessalonians

Men studying Thessalonians.  Meeting in Men’s Ministry Office on Mondays  6:30 – 8 PM.
Contact Kevin Kearney – 412.855.3741


Meeting at Noon on Zoom.  Doug Wicker leading. More info/Join

The Gospel of john

Meeting in Room 101. 7 – 9:30 PM on Thursdays. Contact Chuck Schweinberg – 412.923.9843


Dr Jeff Stivason, Pastor and RPTS Seminary Professor leading a study on Romans. Meeting on Fridays in the Barn from 6:30 – 7:30 AM. Check out for current info. Contact Sig Tragard – 412.209.5702


Every Saturday morning from 7 AM – 9 AM.  Meet at: 5624 Steubenville Pike McKees Rocks, Pa (Robinson Twp)  Park and enter from back of building. Jay Batch facilitating in a verse by verse, word by word study. Contact Jay at or 412.977.8551 (cell)

men, women & couples

cbs (community bible study)

Beginning Monday evenings, September 13, 2021- April 2022. 7:00 – 8:45 pm. Books of Daniel and Revelation. In-person at Christ Church or via Zoom. Men, Women, and Couples groups. Contact Pat Freyermuth with questions at 412-855-9743 text, call, or email. or contact Gary Dunbar at or (724) 831-6546

Register online:


B1 is a couple’s community for supporting and strengthening young marriages. We tackle real topics impacting young marriages – resolving conflict, setting boundaries, navigating extended family, managing finances, sex & intimacy, etc. MORE INFO



Sunday mornings at 10:15 am in Fellowship Hall.

This will be a condensed Biblical Theology class that will look at particular “highlight passages” throughout the Scriptures to see how they relate to the full story of God’s progressive revelation found in the whole of Scripture.  The aim of this class is to help each member to gain a fuller understanding of how the pieces of the puzzle fit together to form a unified, whole, beautiful picture.  If this aim is accomplished, we will have inevitably gained a deeper appreciation for the glory of God – which is, after all, the chief end of man.

“Christ from Beginning to End: How the Full Story of Scripture Reveals the Full Glory of Christ,” by Trent Hunter & Stephen Wellum will be the primary text used to undergo this study.