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07/12/2020

Call for Art: And God was With Us

This exhibit will take place during the 2020 Advent Season and will feature art that reflects on the times and occasions in 2020 when the participating artists will have been aware of God’s presence and working in their lives.  Interested artists are encouraged to create their artist response to these moments during or shortly after they occur.  The current COVID-19 crisis will surely be a time when many of us will be experiencing Immanuel – God with us. The dates of the…
07/12/2020

Prayer Meeting

The Sunday AM Prayer Team is an extremely important ministry and a wonderful opportunity to come alongside those that request prayer and need encouragement. No experience needed except the desire to love others.  We meet online via Google Meet on Sunday mornings at 10 AM (or whenever the Livestream service is over).  For those of you who would like to join us, please contact  Frank Leong.
07/12/2020

Body Life in Mandarin

You are welcome to join a Mandarin-speaking class (as long as you can somewhat understand Mandarin). We have the opportunity to develop our Mandarin “voice” as we share our stories with one another in Mandarin. The class will continue to practice deep koinonia-fellowship with God and with one another, such as sharing one another’s needs and struggles, as well as supporting and praying for each other. Co-led by Joseph Chou and Teng Moh.   We are now meeting via Zoom.…
07/12/2020

Wind Chime Workshop

This summer we’ll be spending more time enjoying our own backyards; enhance your moments there with the soft colors and sounds of a Sea Glass Wind Chime.  In a recorded video, Paul Sofranko (brother-in-law of Gloria Wellman-Walter) will show you how to make one in step-by-step instructions you can follow at your convenience.  An Introductory video and the 4-Part Demonstration Video are posted on the Arts PBCC YouTube Channel.  A Zoom meeting, scheduled for July 26 from 1:00-2:30 pm, will…
07/12/2020

A Conversation on Race

A Conversation on Race. The recent killing of George Floyd and others has yet again aroused the topic of race and racial injustice. But this time it seems different: the protests are larger, white participation is greater, and the national conversation is more urgent. We will initiate our own conversation at PBCC. The first episode of this conversation will comprise three parts: a talk on race by Bernard Bell: handout (pdf) sharing of stories by a PBCC family a time for Q&A
07/15/2020

Intercessory Prayer

We are still meeting virtually as we gather to pray as a church family.  Contact Shawn for meeting information:  shawn@pbcc.org 7/8 Prayer Guide