PCBC offers a multitude of opportunities for our families and individuals to worship, serve and fellowship together.
Our Wednesday evening ministry, designed to strengthen families, will be re-launched in late August and will include our wonderful children’s choir program as well as Awana, the terrific discipleship program for kids. Junior high and high school students will continue with their separate discipleship programs.
In fact, there are opportunities for all life stages to be involved in ministry, including Go Training, worship and music, summer camps, sports and recreation, pastoral care, Bible studies, prayer, family and marriage enrichment, and many others.
PCBC is a church where our members live generously – making an impact in the lives of those around them every day. We are involved in Greater Dallas Movement Day, which brings together like-minded believers in a growing movement to address the spiritual, social and humanitarian challenges facing people in the greater Dallas region.
Faithful prayer warriors meet regularly to intercede for those in our midst, around our city and around the world.
Volunteers visit those no longer able to participate in the life of our church.
Our Alms Ministry supports those who need a helping hand.
These, and many other ministries, enable our members to serve others in our church and in our community.
PCBC is one church family with many expressions of worship to glorify our Lord and Savior. From traditional worship in the Sanctuary to a contemporary style in the Great Hall, to our thriving En Español service and our intimate Chapel gathering – we offer a worship style that touches any soul.
Another expression of worship is through our generosity. We acknowledge that everything we have – our finances, our gifts, our time, our energies, our talents – is owned by God. We are His managers, His stewards, and all of our resources are His to be used for His kingdom and His glory.
God has uniquely blessed PCBC, and we are, in turn, called to bless others and radically transform our community and our world for His sake. Our giving is a joyful response to all that God has done for us in Christ.
PCBC answers Jesus’ call to “make disciples” by going. And everywhere we go, we follow our proven ministry cycle by showing compassion, building relationships, sharing the Gospel and making disciples.
During 2015, more people than ever answered the call to go. More than 3,000 were involved in local ministry, and more than 300 served on mission trips. With Acts 1:8 as our guide, we serve as Christ’s witness in three general areas:
In a very practical sense, our budget is how we as a church manage the generosity of His people at PCBC. The proposed budget for the next fiscal year is $17,030,000, which includes: