For many, Holy Week is the most beloved week of the year at our church. It is beloved not merely for the beautiful music, added fellowship, or triumphant celebration, but for the way it helps fix our eyes on Jesus Christ. Our rhythm of rest and worship during Holy Week helps clear away the debris of distraction and helps remind us how central and significant the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ are. The drama of Holy Week is the center of Scripture, of history, and – because of our sin and our union with Jesus Christ – the center of our lives as Christians.
Celebrate the Lord’s resurrection with us!
EASTER Sunday Services 8:00, 9:30, 11:00 a.m. (identical services)
Write handwritten notes of encouragement to our missionaries around the world. Lunch and children’s supplies provided. Donations for lunch appreciated.
Prayer for Life: Foster Care
Come pray for the 1700 children in the Dallas foster care system, and for the Kingdom to be advanced through a holistic response from the Church in Dallas. The gathering will feature an informative discussion on the issue of foster care, followed by a time of prayer. Desserts and coffee will be provided.
Come hear Cindy Harlan share her story of rescue. The Bridge is a coming together of all women to hear of God’s hope and grace in the life of a PCPC woman. Join us for a light dinner, fellowship, and a story of encouraging faith. Dinner is $5 and no RSVP is necessary.
Family Ministries Parent Meeting
PCPC Family Ministry is hosting an annual parent meeting during both the 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. hours. We want to personally invite you to come and to bring other PCPC parents with you. This time will be beneficial for all parents, no matter the age of your child or youth.