Boot Camp - March On!
Recruiting soldiers ages 5 (by 9/1) through fourth grade for Boot Camp! A Mini-Camp will be held for volunteers’ children ages 0-4. Registration is open!
For the Nations Tour
See how this ministry is welcoming and serving refugees in our city.
Join your deacons to extend your Helping Hands to our single moms, widows/ers, senior adults, and those with chronic illness who have asked for your assistance around their homes. Register here.
RUFI Taste of India Night
Get to know Indian international students at SMU while participating in a cooking showdown!
George Frideric Handel’s telling of the life of Christ is an ideal Lenten contemplation and anticipatory celebration of Easter.
Come hear Sara Wood tell the story of the Gospel in her life at this gathering of cross-generational women. Dinner is $5 and no RSVP is needed.
Gifted Hands Book Review and Luncheon
Join us for a book review by our own Nella Phillips on Gifted Hands: the Ben Carson Story, following by lunch and fellowship. Sponsored by the Senior Adult Ministry.
Bring your family to Mercy Street’s celebration in the West Dallas Community School field. This is a great opportunity to fellowship with families in the West Dallas community.
This event has been postponed. Watch for a new date soon!
All-Church Prayer for Healing
Come join us for a prayer service where our elders will be praying over all who might have needs for spiritual, physical, emotional, or relational healing.
Easter Song & Story
Bring your children ages toddler-K to help them anticipate Christ’s resurrection through crafts, song, and stories read by PCPC pastors. Lunch is provided; just let us know you’re coming by Tuesday, April 4.
Preparing for Easter
Our Palm Sunday Family Worship Service will start with songs about Christ’s sacrifice and reading scriptures chronicling Christ’s journey from Palm Sunday to His death, even as we anticipate Easter morning. Then dinner, crafts, and dessert will follow.
Holy Week 2017
The book of Lamentations is a raw expression of love, loss, anguish, and hope. The liturgy of Holy Week beckons us to this same range of emotional honesty. We will hear the voice of Jesus crying out for us and gain confidence that the God to whom we pray shares our tears. And as we awaken on Easter to the good news that Jesus is risen, we will remember that in our lament lies this unwavering hope: “The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; His mercies are new every morning” (Lamentations 3:22-23).