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. Check out our Getting Connected Catalog that lists our various ministries and contact information for the leaders of those ministries. They will be glad to answer your questions and help you find a way to be involved in their ministry.
When are your services?
We gather each Sunday at 8:30am and 10:30am for celebration in worship, the study of God’s word and fellowship. Occasionally these service times may change for holidays and other special happenings. Be sure to check our Upcoming page for any changes.
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 about my kids?
Sunday School classes are held during both 8:30 and 10:30 for children aged 0 through 5th grade. Middle School group meets during the 8:30 service and High School group meets during the 10:30 service.
How can I get involved?
How can I get acquainted?
Newcomer’s Welcome Dinners are an intimate and informal opportunity for newcomers to PBCC to learn a little bit about the church, dine with pastors and elders, and meet fellow newcomers. All visitors who fill out an information card will be contacted and invited to dinner. Welcome dinners are held at the end of each month. Contact the office to find out when the next one is scheduled.
What is the story behind The Window?
The stained glass window is described in Bernard Bell’s sermon “The Big Picture“.