A note from our Worship Pastor
Here at PBCC, we believe that worship is a response to God. With that in mind, we not only consider music a form of worship, but testimony, poetry, song and art.
The Worship Ministry is comprised of many teams including musicians, tech support, livestream crew, slides, sound and a full choir! On a weekly basis we coordinate the service with the preaching pastor in order that there is a thread of continuity throughout. Since Covid, we have begun venturing into the production of a weekly livestream, and until we can meet again in person, we would love for you to join us virtually via our PBCC Livestream channel on YouTube!
We currently have a need for volunteers to serve on equipment set-up and care teams, working with sound engineers and musicians for Sunday services and special events. Every time we meet as a Church — on Sunday mornings, retreats and other events — our technical crews set up the sounds equipment, arrange the stage and return all our equipment back to storage once the service is over. This behind-the-scenes work is vital to ensuring that everyone can participate in our services, so if you have a heart for service we would love to have you join the music ministry. Please contact James in the church office.
A Window Into The Psalms
I’ve long been captivated by the psalms as a way to sing praise to the Lord and to express our deepest emotions. For many of us, the psalms are part of our personal worship, but through the long years of Israel’s history the psalms were the primary vehicle for corporate worship too, sung in the congregation and taught to each generation to remember what the Lord has done for His people. I hope these songs encourage you to use the psalms as part of your devotional life, and encourage us as a church to share our devotion and our lives with each other as we sing praise to I AM.James Garcia
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