Experiment Small Groups
Small Groups are open to everyone. Anyone is welcome to attend. There are men's groups, women's groups, and mixed groups. There's no set number - anywhere from 2 to 12 people can have a meaningful session. The groups usually meet for an hour a week, before work or during lunch or in the evening. Some groups meet in an office conference room with brown-bag lunches, others in restaurants. They begin on time and end when promised.
Clusters are a loose-knit group of people who come together six to eight times per year to build relationships and grow personally in the process. Each Experiment Cluster has its own vision for what it is attempting to accomplish. Clusters can be focused on a variety of interests or issues. All Clusters pursue their interests in a fun, social atmosphere.
The Pittsburgh Experiment pioneered the Conference movement in the 1970s as a way for people to break away from the grind of everyday life in order to have fun, relax and learn about life-changing topics. Today, the Experiment conducts conferences for couples and conferences for men and women. The couple's conference is held in February of each year. The men's and women's conferences are held in the Fall.