Men’s Bible Study Groups meet at various times through the week. On Thursdays, Howard Kuizinga’s group meets from 7:39-9pm on Zoom. We gather for Bible Study, prayer, and fellowship. This year, we are studying Isaiah – Serving The King. If you have any questions, please contact Shawn Reese.
Welcome to PBCC Women’s Bible Study, where women of various ages and stages gather together in small groups to study and share lives together. We are excited to embark on our study of the Book of Romans! We will be covering the first half (chapters 1 – 8) this year. We are looking forward to studying this magnificent book together with you! If you have questions please visit our WBS page.
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. 8:30am (in-person room 104 and Zoom). Contact Kathy Young with any questions or for the zoom link.
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 David Wang, Joseph Chou and Teng Moh. We are now both…
Men’s Bible Study Groups meet at various times through the week. On Mondays, Shawn Reese’s group meets from 6:30am-7:45am in room 102. We gather for Bible Study, prayer, and fellowship. This year, we are studying Isaiah – Serving The King. If you have any questions, please contact Shawn Reese.
Men’s Bible Study Groups meet at various times through the week. On Mondays, Dave Jensen’s group meets from 7:30-9:00pm in the Library and Tim Paaske’s group meets from 7:30-9pm on Zoom. We gather for Bible Study, prayer, and fellowship. This year, we are studying Isaiah – Serving The King. If you have any questions, please contact Shawn Reese.
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.
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…
We will wrap up our year with a breakfast in FH.