Past Events (Page 6)

Past Events (Page 6)

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…
11/17/2019

CityTeam Turkey Drive

Please join us for the annual CityTeam Thanksgiving Turkey Drive! CityTeam will be making meals as well as distributing to families in need with a goal of collecting 1500 turkeys.  Support CityTeam and those they serve by bringing frozen turkeys to PBCC on Sunday, November 17th. Simply leave your gift of frozen turkeys in the donation barrels outside the auditorium 8:00 am – 12:00pm.
11/16/2019

MSM Broomball

Skating goes from 8-10pm and Broomball – 10-11pm. We are meeting by the Benihana’s Entrance at 8pm.  If you arrive after 8pm just come on downstairs. Parents drop off and pick up! Cost: $30. (Scholarships are always available, just contact Becca) Check out this flyer for more details. Be sure and bring this signed release form. RSVP below:
11/15/2019

Parents’ Night Out

Calling stressed out parents! Enjoy a night out with your spouse or just an evening to yourself while we entertain your kids with music, crafts, Christian stories, snacks and more. Child-care is free of charge. Our volunteers have been background-checked and love kids. WHY ARE WE DOING THIS? We believe that strong marriages lead to strong families, and marriages need to be cultivated. We recognize that parenting is difficult (even more so for single parents) and sometimes you just need…
11/08/2019 – 11/10/2019

Men’s Retreat

Men’s Retreat is registration is now closed. Please contact ryan@pbcc.org with any questions you may have. We are excited to have Mike Romberger, President and CEO of Mt. Hermon back this year. Dietary Restrictions? Let Mt. Hermon know Special rates for Sequoia Aerial Adventure Course or Redwood Canopy Tour, here’s the link. To receive a discount, be sure and enter the guest codes below: · Guest codes for the Redwood Canopy Tour: mhaguestrct1819 · Guest codes for the Sequoia Adventure Course: mhaguestseq1819
11/04/2019

Two Evenings with Andrew White

Andrew White is an Anglican minister based in England. He has spent much of the past 20 years working on peace and reconciliation in the Middle East. He was Director of the International Centre for Reconciliation, Coventry Cathedral (1998-2005), during which time he convened Jewish, Christian and Muslim religious and political leaders in the Holy Land to issue the Alexandria Declaration (2002) committing to peace and an end to violence; and established the Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the…
11/04/2019

Call for Art: All Ages

We Can Only Imagine: When Jesus Returns Artwork is due November 4th, exhibit runs from November 17, 2019 – January 5, 2020 PBCC members OF ALL AGES, children through adult, are invited to submit artwork for PBCC’s 2019 Advent Exhibit, We Can Only Imagine: When Jesus Returns. The season of Advent is a time of waiting and preparation – waiting for the anniversary of the day when the Savior came in history as a baby born of Mary, and waiting…
11/02/2019

Cup of Hope Tea

Cup of Hope TeaSaturday,  November 2ndSeatings at 11:00 am and 1:30 pm The Tea Room is by reservation only for two sittings – at 11:00 AM, and 1:30 PM. The 1:30 sitting is full. You can make your reservation before October 20 by clicking on this link: Tea Room Reservations Here.  Proceeds from all these events will go toward the ministry of VisionTrust in Liberia toward completion of a new school building as well as supporting the needs of the children and the teachers in…
11/01/2019 – 11/02/2019

Arts & Crafts Faire

Please join us November 1st & 2nd for the Handmade with Love Craft Faire benefiting Vision Trust! Friday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM Saturday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM This year’s craft faire, benefiting Vision Trust,  includes fun food items and homemade gifts and for all ages, as well as a relaxing, drop-in Tea Café on Friday, and a proper Tea Room on Saturday. The Tea Room is by reservation only for two sittings – at 11:00 AM, and 1:30 PM. The…
10/27/2019

Costume Extravaganza

On Sunday, October 27th, all children (Toddler – 5th grade) are encouraged to come to church dressed in a costume. Please, NO scary or cruel costumes and NO WEAPONS of ANY kind!Some costume ideas: Favorite Bible person, Historical missionary, Story book character, Animal or Hero. This is strictly voluntary – no pressure to participate. Classes will visit each other during the morning and non-food treats plus a little candy and bags will be provided.  Children will bring their treats home with them.…
10/25/2019

HS Bowling

Let’s go bowling! We’ll meet at Bowlmor, do some bowling and eat some food. Cost is $30 and FRIENDS ARE FREE! RSVP below:
10/25/2019

Young at Heart Oktoberfest!

If you feel “young at heart” your age doesn’t matter!  We are a diverse group of adults; married, widowed and single, who love to have fun and fellowship together. Please join us for Oktoberfest!  on Friday, October 25th beginning at 5:30.  We like good food, music, meeting new people and making friends.  We’ll enjoy a meal together and have a short program that is inspirational, educational and entertaining. Don’t miss this great opportunity to spend a couple of hours with…