Past Events

Past Events


Children’s Ministry Shape and Race

Parents of 2nd – 5th grade students, The 2nd annual Shape and Race event is coming to PBCC in March.  We’re inviting all PBCC and Kids Club girls and boys in the 2nd-5th grades to participate. Click here for a summary from last year! Some of you are familiar with these Shape and Race events sponsored by Awana or Cub Scouts (sometimes called Pinewood Derby).  Cut, shape and paint a race car starting from a basic block of wood.   We’ll meet…

YM – Do Ducks Have Lips?

We’ll be heading to the mall for one of our favorite eventsDo Ducks Have Lips?!  Here are all the details: Where:  Valley Fair Mall – If you’re playing we’ll meet right outside the Nordstrom e-bar (in the mall, not in Nordstrom).  There we’ll form teams and head out on our quest!  When: March 10th from 7-9 PM.  BE PROMPT!  We will start the game at 7:15 PM, so you don’t want to miss joining a team!  What: Do Ducks Have Lips!?  Is a Scavenger hunt…

Psalms: Songs for the Ascent

Psalms 120-134 form a collection of psalms that were gathered together to be sung by pilgrims as they went up to Jerusalem three times a year for the great worship festivals of Passover, Pentecost and Tabernacles. These yearly pilgrimages shaped Israel’s identity in the saving acts of God’s grace. “Pilgrim” is an essential aspect of our identity as followers of Jesus.  Psalm 120 gives voice to the pain and alienation we experience as foreigners and exiles in a strange land, juxtaposed with deep longings for…

Art Exhibit Reception: Smiles of Freedom

The Art Exhibit will open on February 12 2023; a Reception for the artist, Bonnie Sanders, will be held from 12:00 – 2:00 pm on that same day.  Smiles of Freedom – The Ghana Project features photographs of IJM’s work in Ghana rescuing boys trapped in slavery in the fishing industry on Lake Volta. Bonnie Sanders has served with Cru for 30 years and currently helps lead Cru’s partnership efforts with IJM in India and Ghana, including traveling and photographing…

Life Together: Creation Care 101

Humanity is made in the image of God, meaning we are his reflection and his representation on this earth.  It also means that we have been given a responsibility.  In Genesis 1, God saw that his creation was “very good,” then passes the baton to humanity to steward it on his behalf.  What does that really mean, and what are the implications for our life today?  That’s what we will explore in this Life Together segment. LT Creation Care 101 Booklet 1/8 Does Matter…
01/27/2023 – 01/29/2023

Youth Winter Weekend

Join us for our Winter Camp weekend up at Mount Hermon!  We’ll have worship, an awesome speaker, and all the games, snacks and fun with your friends you could want!  Times to get away and step out of normal life are so important, and we hope that while this weekend will be so fun, it will give you a break from all that is going on in life.  It’s in these spaces that we are really able to connect with…

R&R: Hearts for Jesus

 Ladies, Save the Date for R&R, Saturday, January 21, from 9:30-11:30! Hot/cold beverages and breakfast breads (gluten-free included) will be served. We will have a worship time led by Kelley Miller, a simple craft, and Sharon Coleman will encourage our “hearts for Jesus”. You may remember R&R is for Relationships and Reflection so we hope you’ll join us for this opportunity to gather! 

Young At Heart Luncheon

The team of “Young at Heart” invites you to an early Christmas Luncheon Friday, December 16, at 12:30. Take the opportunity to get into the Christmas spirit – we would love to serve you and entertain you with a little program. You have a chance to meet old and new friends and share a homemade luncheon. We look forward to seeing you. We are a very diverse group, typically retired (since it is a daytime event) enjoying each others company. If…
11/14/2022 – 11/21/2022

Operation Christmas Child – Build a Shoebox, Volunteer or Both!

Build a Shoebox Operation Christmas Child is reaching out to the ends of the earth to Reach children with the message of Jesus Christ.  Join us this year And make a difference in the life of a child. Our goal this year for PBCC is to pack 300 boxes. Because we will be a Central Drop-Off location, you will be able to bring your boxes to church the week of November 14-21. You can also click drop-off locations for locations that might be closer…

City Team Turkey Drive

Let’s share the Lord’s provision and fill the barrels together!  Please join us in providing turkeys to bless those in need this Thanksgiving Drop your frozen turkeys off in the CityTeam barrels in front of the Auditorium on Sunday, November 20, from 8:00am-12:00pm.
11/11/2022 – 11/13/2022

Men’s Retreat

Our registration is now closed. Questions? Contact Shawn or Dave. Men!  Our Men’s Retreat is upon us.  We hope that you can join us for a great weekend of teaching and adventure at Mount Hermon, November 11-13.  Our speaker this year is Steve Zeisler, a long-time pastor at PBC Palo Alto, and now recently retired. Here’s a sneak peek of Steve’s talks.Father Abraham  No one can keep up. Reports of all events over all the world are pressed upon us at high volume…

Craft Faire & Cafe

Handmade with Love: Arts and Craft Faire  Friday, November 4th: 10am – 5pmSaturday, November 5th: 10am – 4pm Please join us for our Handmade with Love Craft Faire benefiting Child Development Liberia. We will have artwork, jewelry, home and holiday decor, knit and sewn items, wood crafts, handmade cards, food gifts and more!  You can also enjoy snacks or lunch at our Cup of Hope Tea Cafe open 11:30 am – 1:30 pm. We look forward to seeing you!