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Community Use of Facilities

As a service to our community, we make our buildings and facilities available to non profit organizations for meetings, fund raisers, and the like. The following is a list of local organizations that meet or hold events at Bower Hill.

Please email the office at office@bhccml.com for information and the form to reserve rooms.

Those who currently are using are facilities.

  • Boy Scouts
  • Compassionate Friends
  • DART/AIU
  • Girl Scouts
  • Mayfair on Moffett

Boy Scouts - Troop 28, Cub Scouts - Pack 28

Two Boy Scouts of America units are sponsored by Bower Hill Church. Lynn Mezyk is the charter organization representative from Bower Hill to the Boy Scouts. Boy Scout Troop 28 meets most Tuesday evenings in our Fellowship Hall and has an extensive outdoor camping program.


Cub Scout Pack 28 meets at various times on most weeks during evenings.
Call the church office for details on how to contact the Boy Scout and Cub Scout units for details.

Boy Scouts - Greater Pittsburgh Council

The Compassionate Friends

The Compassionate Friends is a nonprofit national and international organization.It is a help support group for bereaved parents, siblings and grandparents. Once a month, generally on the fourth Sunday, the group gathers for meetings at  Bower Hill Community Church.The lounge is used for the first half of the meeting to facilitate a speaker.After a period of refreshment, the second half of the meeting is dedicated to small groups that break out around the church for more in-depth support based on a particular loss or need. Every other month the steering committee meets, also at the church, to plan and discuss the group’s activities. For more information, please use the Pittsburgh Chapter general contact number: 412-835-1105 or email: compassion@tcfpittsburgh.org The Compassionate Friends

DART/AIU

The DART program (Discovery, Assessment, Referral, Tracking) is housed in the Christian Education wing of our church. Servicing pre-school aged children, DART's main objectives are to discover children who may have a potential developmental delay, to provide in-depth assessment aimed at identifying a child's individual needs, and to recommend and provide appropriate early intervention services. Please call the DART classroom for further information: 412-344-7607. Allegheny Intermediary Unit/DART website

Girl Scouts

Several groups are using the facility. Girl Scouts - Brownies

Mayfair on Moffett

This is an Alcoholics Anonymous group that meets weekly.