If you don’t already have a church home, we would invite you to come visit!
We want you to feel welcome. If you're visiting us for the first time, grab coffee and/or breakfast in the Praise Cafe and stop at the Welcome Center (2nd floor) and we have something for you! We look forward to seeing you and hope you decide to make PCC your family.
PCC has a casual atmosphere, dynamic and contemporary worship music, and relevant teaching. We desire that you grow in - and strengthen your relationship with God every week.
For infants to age 2 we have a staffed nursery on the upper floor near the worship center. Just across the hall from the nursery is the preschool room for recommended for ages 3-5. For Kindergarteners through 6th grade, we offer children's church in the Youth Center in the Lower Level of the church. These kids are dismissed from the worship center for Children's Church after the worship music in the main service.
We do ask that you "check in" your kids who are in 6th grade and younger. There is check-in station on the 2nd floor or you can connect with someone near the nursery who will help you!
7th Grade and Older
We believe youth who are 7th grade and up are able to benefit from participating in the worship service with their parents. Children are always welcome in the main service.
Pastor Mark gave the message this past Sunday. Here is a summary: Faith will always lead you to grace. Mark 5 shares the lives of three people who stood in faith and got to the feet of Jesus, where grace and transformation took place. For more on “Faith Meeting Grace” check
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