Events Calendar

Events Calendar

Events

11/13/2019

The Life of Joseph

The Life of Joseph: Where our Dreams Really Take Us Please join us for teaching followed by small group discussions for men and women, led by Brian Morgan and Elsie Kirchhofer on Wednesday nights, 7:00 – 8:30 pm, (fall quarter) October 9 – December 4. Email brian@pbcc.org with any questions. 
11/17/2019

Operation Christmas Child – Shoeboxes

Thank you for being a missionary for God’s kingdom and packing a shoebox. Your gift not only provides needed and fun supplies – it shares the gospel message of Jesus Christ. Join the congregation at PBCC to reach our goal of 350 shoeboxes. We will have tables out Nov 2, 10, 17 and 24 to receive your shoeboxes. The last day to drop off at our table is Nov 24th at noon. PBCC is a Central Drop Off location. You…
11/17/2019

Life Together

Come to our Sunday morning gathering where we have time to connect with one another, receive teaching from our pastors and elders and then break into small groups for discussion. Join us as we read and discuss the book Authentic Christianity by Ray Stedman. Date Class Topic 10/6/19 PBCC Family Values:  Participation, Discipleship 10/13/19 PBCC Family Values:  Devotion to the Word, Life in the Spirit 10/20/19 Ch 1: Intro to Authentic Christianity 10/27/19 Ch 2: The Real Thing (2 Cor 2:14-3:3)  11/3/19 Ch 3-4: The…
11/17/2019

Biblical Imagery in the Art of Marc Chagall: An Illustrated Talk by Bernard Bell

Marc Chagall, one of the great artists of the 20th century, often portrayed Biblical imagery – both Jewish and Christian – in his art.  He was born in 1887, into a Russian Hasidic family, and his work took many forms including painting and stained-glass windows for churches.  Bernard Bell will talk about the life and work of Marc Chagall, and the significance of the Biblical imagery he employed. The talk will be richly illustrated with slides of Chagall’s powerful and…
11/18/2019 – 11/25/2019

Operation Christmas Child—Central Drop-Off Volunteer

PBCC will serve as a Central Drop Off Center for the first time and we will need many volunteers. Our objective is to process over 15,000 shoeboxes from churches and OCC drop offs throughout northern Santa Clara country. We need volunteers to greet arrivals, pray, provide food, put shoeboxes in cartons and load cartons into trucks. We are encouraged to know that our church will be the beginning of a long shoebox journey culminating in a child hearing and experiencing the Good News of Jesus…