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Our ParentLife Ministry offers engaging year-round classes on various topics to help guide you through the day-to-day challenges of parenting.


One-time events and workshops at Mount Pisgah for parents are developed to help you deal with very specific and challenging issues that you will, or already are facing.


The Parent Library offers many resources that will help you more than you can imagine. Going through a tough phase in your child's life? Let us help!

Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.”

– Proverbs 22:6


Through support and encouragement, we equip parents of kids of all ages and stages to be God’s Plan A for their child’s spiritual development.  We walk parents through real-life topics with a Biblical perspective and provide pastoral care and practical tools for the parenting journey.

Weekly classes - SUNDAY Mornings
JAN. 7, 2024


Begins January 7, 2024 | 9:30 - 10:30 AM | $65


Confirmation is an exciting time in the lives of our families with students. Offered every Spring for all middle and high school students in an eight-week Sunday morning class.  Confirmation challenges students and their parents to examine the basics of their faith and make or recommit to a lifelong commitment to Christ.  Some topics to be covered are:  God, Sin, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, Grace, the Bible, Practices of the Faith, the Church and Service. At the end of the eight weeks, students and their family members will have the opportunity to be baptized and confirmed, becoming members of the Mount Pisgah.


Parents meet for their own class (while their students are in class) for fellowship and to learn/or review the basics of the Christian faith from a personal and parenting perspective.  Parents will be encouraged and equipped to have meaningful discussions about life and faith with their students outside of class time and engage in weekly discussion about how God uses this crazy ride called parenting to sharpen and deepen our own faith.


Confirmation gives students and parents the opportunity to:


·       Examine the basics of their faith and make (or grow in) a lifelong commitment to Christ

·       Have time to connect with and deepen relationships with peers and leaders

·       Grow their faith through discussion, introspection and fun activities

·       Be baptized and become a member of the church

·       Have intentional, meaningful conversations about their faith at home



2024 Class Schedule:

Jan. 7th - Kickoff
Jan. 14 - Class 1 - God
Jan. 21 - Class 2 - Sin
Jan. 28 - Class 3 - Jesus
Feb. 4 - Class 4 - Holy Spirit
Feb. 11 - Class 5 - Grace
Feb 18 - no class
Feb. 25 - Class 6 - Bible and Practices of the Faith
Mar 3 - Class 7 - The Church

Mar. 3 - Student Celebration (mandatory - no makeup) 4 - 8PM
Mar 24 - Confirmation Service

Weekly classes - wednesday Mornings
Mom's Fellowship Group


January 10 - May 8

Time: 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. / Room S214 North Campus 

Leader: Beverly Johnson


An open and ongoing Bible Study for moms who support, encourage and grow together in their faith journeys.  Looking to God’s Word for guidance through the ups and downs of parenting and marriage, this group meets on the first and third Wednesdays of each month to study and on the second Wednesday to serve others.  Loving child care is provided by reservation by email 


In January we will begin a new book called “Becoming Better Grown Ups” by Brad Montague.


We also meet on the 4th Thursday of every month for a mom’s night out dinner. All are welcome.

Weekly Classes - Wednesday evenings
- April
Wednesday Night ClassES

Wednesday night classes are ongoing and offered on North Campus in conjunction with Nursery, Children’s Ministry Collide and Student Life Programs.  Registration is required for children in the Collide program through Children’s Ministry but not for the Nursery, Student Life or Parent programs.

Becoming Better Grown Ups by Brad Montague


Jan 10-Feb 28  (no class 2/14 2/28 due to Ash Wednesday or Family GLOW)

Beverly Johnson

6:15-7:30pm/ S214- North Campus


What’s the best way to find the meaning of life? Ask the people who know. And listen to what they say. We are rediscovering what matters and and discuss how we might become a better grownup for ourselves and the kids in our lives.


Every Season Sacred by Kayla Craig


Mar 6 -April 17  (no class 4/3 due to Fulton Co. Spring Break)

Beverly Johnson

6:15-7:30pm/ S214- North Campus


 In this book we will discuss how to nurture and guide our children as we navigate our own wonderings about faith. Join us as we discover God’s invitation to grow us spiritually alongside our children: to ask big questions, embrace faithful rhythms, and experience God’s mysterious loving presence.

Saturday, FEBRUARY 24

Mount Pisgah, join us and volunteer to love on our local Foster Families during our Pisgah Foster's Parents' Day Out! This is an afternoon break for Foster parents and an opportunity for lots of FUN for kiddos as we play games and lead them in activities! All volunteers are required to have a background check and safe sanctuary training. Questions? Please email


If you cannot volunteer that day, we still need Mount Pisgah families to help us Fill the Freezer full of meals made with love that we will gift to these Foster families during the Parent's Day Out event or during their time of need. Please sign-up to help using the links below!


Register Here:

Parents Day Out Child Participation Registration  

Mount Pisgah Volunteer Registration 

Fill the Freezer Volunteer Registration  

Thank you for helping Pisgah Fosters Love God & Love People!

Sunday, APRIL 28


Student Life Ministry with Jenny Bramel

April 28 / 11:45am-1pm

Underground Café/ N Campus


Parents of current 5th graders are invited to join their child for lunch right after church and then join the community of parents to hear about the many opportunities which await them in Student Life this summer and into next fall.  Program details will include:   Confirmation, small groups, Elevation Worship, retreats as well as service and mission trip opportunities.  Parents will also discuss the transition from elementary to middle school and how our ministries can partner with them to help their child grow spiritually as well as get connected and find support for themselves during this time of transition.

Ongoing Resources
All Year
Pisgah Fosters:  Fill the Freezer for Foster Families

Whether by yourself or with your family or a group of your choice, help us fill our freezer with meals prepared and packaged in your kitchen, with your ingredients with recipes and supplies we will provide from the Loaves and Fishes ministry that is a part of Pisgah Fosters. These meals will provide support and love to foster families in our community.


For more information and instructions, please contact Rachel Campbell at

All Year
Parent RESOURCE Library 


Choose from hundreds of titles from a parenting resource library including books, DVDs, and CDs. Topics available cover a wide range of topics including praying scripture for your child, adjusting to the new role of parents, life skills for preschoolers, instilling Biblical character traits, teaching children about the sacraments, discovering your and your child’s love language, setting boundaries, having “the talk”, transitioning to middle school, parent confirmation, staying calm in discipline, the challenges, and blessings of technology, youth entitlement, awareness of alcohol and drug abuse, anxiety, and depression in children and adolescents, money management, preparing for college and the admissions process, praying for adult children, preparing for an empty nest, embracing grandparenting, and more.

Contact Beverly Johnson to make an appointment to stop by and peruse the titles.  Resources may be checked out for up to two weeks at a time and are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

All Year
One-on-One Support


God is not asking you to navigate the roller coaster of parenting alone. Jenny Bramel is available (upon request) to listen, encourage and support you with any questions or challenges along your parenting journey- there is no stage too early or too late, no issue too big or too small. Contact Beverly to set a meeting.

NOTICE: If programs are updated or canceled due to weather, we will send out email communication and update our website.

Ongoing Classes
Mom Wed Morning
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