The scriptures tell us that God has rescued and redeemed us from sin and death for one a glorious purpose: to share in in the privilege of ushering in his eternal Kingdom to earth. As the rescued, we will rescue. As the restored, we will restore. As followers, we will extend Christ’s scandalous, grace-filled invitation to
“For he has rescued us from the dominion of darkness and brought us into the kingdom of the Son he loves, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.”
Our values are simply how our beliefs about God, the world, and one another are lived out. They enable us to order our time, talent, resources, and passions in a way that glorifies God and blesses people.
God’s love for his people is unstoppable. It moves beyond our boundaries, conventions, and expectations. It is a gift of grace that rescues and changes us, directing our motivation and our love towards God and the task of building His Kingdom. Read more
God’s love for his people is unlimited. Grace enables us to love our neighbors without condition or limitation. It frees us to love others extravagantly, even (and especially) our enemies. Read more
God’s love for his people is abundant and free. It liberates us from holding back or clinging to what we have, knowing that God intends us to use His gifts to share the Gospel with the world. We practice radical generosity not to earn God’s love, but because we already have it. Read more
God’s love for his people is compelling. Knowing that all life is fragile and temporary humbles us and brings new weight to our decisions, how we treat others, and how we choose to invest our time. The Gospel is life to a dying world; we will use every moment we have to share it widely and without delay. Read more
We serve a dynamic and creative God who has spoken to his people throughout time in history in a myriad of ways. While the message of the Gospel never changes, our methods of communication and application must remain nimble and intentional in an ever-changing world. As faithful stewards of the Gospel, we remain sensitive to cultural contexts, language and learning differences, styles of worship, modes of artistic expression, and other nuances God can, will, and has used to draw men and women to Himself. Read More
Our strategy is simply a blueprint for practically living out what matters to us as a church. By participating consistently in these liturgies as a church family, we believe God will bring us closer together in faith and purpose.
We encourage all members to join us every Sunday morning at 10:45 AM for one of our three services (Contemporary, Traditional, or En Español) where we share in corporate prayer, songs of worship, and a powerful preaching message. Read More
Connection happens when we actively engage in what God is already doing in the world. At PCBC we use CONNECT groups to help people get plugged in to an intimate community of people they can grow and learn with during the week. Groups are formed by a common interest, age, season of life, or specific area of need. All CONNECT groups meet on Sunday mornings at 9:15 AM.
As a larger part of our ministry strategy, we encourage our church family to to:
- Connect to God's Word through study and application
- Connect with other believers through meaningful relationships
- Connect with opportunities to serve the church and community
Get involved in what God is doing through Park Cities, the city of Dallas, and the world. Invest your experience, talent, and passion through regular volunteering opportunities, outreach projects, and mission trips. Read More
Integrate the Gospel into your conversation, your relationships, and your lifestyle. Be intentional with opportunities offered by the church for mentorship, discipleship of new believers, and evangelistic outreaches. Read More
The administration, management, and faithful stewardship of Park Cities
PCBC is an affiliate of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, whose mission is to “encourage, facilitate, and connect churches in their work to fulfill God’s mission of reconciling the world to Himself.”