How do I get connected?
There are a variety of ministries and communities here at PBCC in which you can connect, serve and grow in your faith. We’d love for you to say hello by filling out this short form! Say Hello and we’ll say hello back! Here are our upcoming events.
When are your services?
We meet on Sundays at 8:30am and 10:30am for celebration in worship, the study of God’s word and fellowship. (We are currently wearing masks inside.) We also offer a Livestream option at 10:30am for you to enjoy. Occasionally these service times may change for holidays and other special happenings. Be sure to check our upcoming events calendar for any changes.
What about my kids?
Middle School and High School groups start in church during the 10:30 service and go to their youth group before the sermon. Questions or just want to chat? Didn’t have time for small groups but you do now? Contact Becca our Youth Pastor. She would love to hear from you!
How can I get involved?
How can I get acquainted?
Welcome Meals are an intimate and informal opportunity to learn more about our church and get to know others while eating with pastors, elders and fellow newcomers. All who fill out an connection card or “say hello” through the website will be contacted and invited.
Meeting on Campus
Where do I park?
Parking is available in our parking lot or along the streets around the church. Please obey the street parking signs and do not block our neighbor’s driveways.
Where do I go when I get there?
Check the Location Page for a map of our campus. The main worship service occurs in the main auditorium. This can be entered from the back or the sides. We have coffee and snacks on the patio on the south side of the auditorium in the summer or in Fellowship Hall in the winter months.
What are our services like?
Our Sunday morning services are casual gatherings containing PBCC life updates, a blended music time and a Biblically centered sermon time. Throughout the morning, our desire is to create space for meeting God, growing spiritually and fellowshipping with other attenders.
What is the story behind The Window?
The stained glass window is described in Bernard Bell’s sermon “The Big Picture“.