Whether you are new to our church or are a returning member looking to become more involved, we have developed a path to finding your place to serve. We call it Next Steps.
Next Steps is a 7-step process that starts with a basic introduction to our church, and goes through various steps to kickstart spiritual growth and lead individuals towards roles they are uniquely able to serve in.
Individuals new to our church have the option to work sequentially through the Next Steps process, building on top of knowledge one step at a time. Members are also welcome to jump from step to step in whatever order they feel led.
It goes without saying, but to effectively get involved in the church, it helps to attend. Coming to our weekend worship opens the door to developing initial relationships and kickstarting spiritual growth.
Starting Point is your guide to PittNaz as a church. In this step, you will be introduced to our church leadership, our core values, and the Next Steps process as a whole.
PittNaz is committed to life change. This happens best in small group circles. This Next Step is a two-session introduction to our church’s small group ministry.
A growing spiritual walk starts with a strong foundation. Learn the foundations of the Christian faith, including how to read the Bible and understand concepts including prayer, baptism, communion, worship, and tithing.
Life Strategy Workshop
Spiritually, physically, and emotionally, God has a plan for your life. This workshop is one of the most practical steps we offer at PittNaz. During Life Strategy Workshops, we will feature experts in numerous areas, from fitness and health to emotional well-being.
The people we find within the Bible were everyday individuals used by God for a purpose. This step delves into Biblical figures such as King David, Ruth, and the 12 Disciples. Discover their strengths, weaknesses, and how God used each person as a unique part in his plan of salvation.
Perspectives is focused on the importance of missions. Gain the perspective to see the world – both near and far – as a mission field, and develop a desire to share the salvation you have experienced with those around you.