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Wednesday at Park Cities

Wednesday at Park Cities

Wednesday, August 29, 2018, 6:15 PM

Location: Park Cities Baptist Church, 3933 Northwest Parkway, Dallas, TX US 75225

Beginning August 29, 2018

PCBC is the place for great midweek meals followed by fun, friendship, meaningful activities and Bible studies. Whatever your age or life stage, Wednesday at Park Cities gives you the opportunity for enrichment, prayer, teaching, music and relationship building.

  • Unless otherwise noted, classes begin at 6:15 pm.
  • Dinner for the whole family from 4:45 – 6:30 pm in the Commons! 

    Cost:   $8/adult and $4/child.
    1. First Wednesdays: El Fenix
    2. Second Wednesdays: Maple Leaf Diner
    3. Third  Wednesdays: Back Country BBQ
    4. Fourth Wednesdays: Slim Chickens

No dinner in the Commons on Oct. 31.
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Wednesday Word Lunch & Prayer Meeting

11:30 am | Fellowship Hall

Come hear an encouraging lesson or testimony as you enjoy lunch and friendship!

  • Aug. 15: Jim Gatewood (Sid Richardson Story)
  • Aug. 22: Dr. Nat Burns
  • Aug. 29: Jack Rep (Holocaust)
  • Sept. 5: Dr. Jeff Warren
  • Sept. 12: PJ Gover
  • Sept. 19: Nancy Hill Concert
  • Sept. 26: Travis Cook
  • Oct. 3: Dr. Jeff Warren
  • Oct. 10: Bill Sadler Concert
  • Oct. 17: Cory Thurman
  • Oct. 24: TBD
  • Oct. 31: Bingo!
  • Nov. 7: Dr. Jeff Warren
  • Nov. 14: Stephen Carrell Concert
  • Nov. 21: No meeting
  • Nov. 28: Dr. Nat Burns
  • Dec. 5: Dr. Jeff Warren
  • Dec. 12: No Meeting - Break for the Holidays
Activities for Children & Students

 

Online registration for kids’ activities open through August 26.

If you have not registered online by August 26, we’ll be ready to sign you up in person on Wednesday, August 29 at 5:00 pm in the Commons!

Preschool & Children's Choirs

Preschool & Children’s Choirs | Age 2*–6th Grade

For over 70 years, the PCBC Children’s Choir Ministry has been encouraging children to love, follow, and serve Jesus. Each week, trained directors and volunteers teach hundreds of our children how to lead in worship, ingraining God’s Word upon their hearts and minds with great hymns and songs of faith that bring generations together. We welcome all children ages 2 through 6th grade to learn to sing praises for a lifetime! You do not have to be a member of PCBC for your child to be a part of choir! We ask that you stay on campus while your child attends choir.

*By May 15
A parent or other responsible adult must accompany each child in 2-year-old choir. There is an enrollment limit in this choir only because of the interactive curriculum.

  • Locations: Community Life Center/Pleitz Building/Choral Hall
  • Time: 5:30 pm
  • Contact: Karen Zukoski | or 214.860.1552
Online registration for children is closed, but you may register them in person any Wednesday night at the reception desk in the CLC Commons area.

Awana

We welcome your child to Awana! You can register at our Reception Desk in the Commons (first floor Community Life Center) when you arrive.

PCBC’s Kids Ministry wants to equip parents to raise kids to follow Jesus every day. We simplify that for our kids with one phrase: “Love Jesus; love others.” Awana is designed to help children hide God’s Word in their hearts with the aid of unique curriculum, age-appropriate games and activities, and helpful incentives to keep them going in their Scripture memory.

Who can attend Awana?
Awana at PCBC is for children 3 years old by August 29, 2018 through those who are in 4th Grade. You do not have to be a member of PCBC for your child to be a part of Awana.

May I drop my child off at Awana?
Parents must stay on campus while their child attends Awana. For those parents not volunteering in the program, we offer a wide range of classes on Wednesday at Park Cities.

  • Location: Great Hall
  • Contacts: Brenda Palmer (Age 3–4) | or 214.860.1584
    Kim Senteney (Grades K–4) | or 214.860.1583

Online registration for children is closed, but you may register them in person any Wednesday night at the reception desk in the CLC Commons area.


Preschool Play Date

The Gym will be open on Wednesday mornings for parent supervised free play.

Dates: Begins September 5 l 10 am - 12:30 pm
Location: Gym, Activities Building
Contact: Preschool Office l 214.860.1584


Preteen Bible Study l Grades 5 & 6

Location: Interstate 56, 3rd Floor Sanctuary Building
Contact: Melinda Moran | or 214.860.1575


Jr. High Bible Study l Grades 7 & 8

Location: The Pit, Activities Building
Contact: Melinda Moran | or 214.860.1575


Crew: High School Gathering l Grades 9-12

Location: Meets in homes.
Contact: Melinda Moran | or 214.860.1575

Lifetime Classes for Adults


Prayer: Finding the Heart’s True Home by Richard J. Foster

Coming to prayer is like coming home. According to the author, “Nothing feels more right, more like what we are created to be and to do. Yet at the same time we are confronted with great mysteries.” Widely considered the best modern work ever written on Christian prayer, Foster shows the way for prayers of contemplation, healing, blessings, forgiveness, rest and more.

  • Text:  Prayer: Finding the Heart’s True Home by Richard J. Foster can be purchased on the first night or bring your own copy. 
  • Cost: $20 
  • Teacher: Barbara Loest           
  • Dates: August 29 – November 14              
  • Location: Lower Level Collins #3     

 Register


The Book of Psalms

What does it to mean to be human? During our time together, we will explore how the Psalms describes the human vocation of faith. Who doesn’t want to improve ease and facility to pray? During our time together, we will keep a prayer journal of our prayers inspired. We will pay attention to the Hebrew poetry so that we can craft more robust prayers.   Led by noted scholar and writer Dr. Stephen Reid from Truett Seminary.

  • Dates: Oct 3 – Nov 14 (no meeting on 10/31)
  • Location: Lower Level Collins

 Register


Issues in Christian Ethics

September 5: "Rules, Principles and Norms in Christian Ethics"
How best to make ethical decisions from a biblical-Christian perspective, by avoiding relativism, subjectivism and secularism.

 September 12: "Capital Punishment"
A description of various Christian beliefs about the death penalty and the strongest arguments on both sides of this controversial ethical issue.

 September 19: "Homosexuality and Gay Marriage"
A study of the complex issues surrounding this question in contemporary society and among religious people (including Christians). Possible middle grounds between extreme views will be explored.

 September 26: "Violence and War"
An examination of Christian beliefs about violence and war with special attention to pacifism and just war theory.

  •  Text: The Bible  
  •  Teacher: Roger E. Olson, Foy Valentine Professor of Christian Theology and Ethics at George W. Truett Theological Seminary
  • Dates: September 5 – September 26     
  • Location: Lower Level Collins #4

 Register

Watch for details at pcbc.org on future fall studies led by Truett Seminary faculty.


 Marriage Core

Marriage Core is for any couple, whether you have been married for years to or for just a short time; if you are doing great, but want to do better, or if are not doing great and want to do better! Over 160 couples have grown their marriage through Marriage Core. With this strategically designed 24-week experience, your relationship will undergo Real. Lasting. Transformation.

  •  Text:  Workbook available the first night of class 
  • Cost: Free
  •  Dates: August 29 – April 24 (6:15 – 7:45 pm)  
  • Location: The Loft (3rd Floor Community Life Center)
  • Contact: Kathie Smith | 214.860.1559 or

Registration Closed


Lifetime Class for Women

Women’s Evening Bible Study

The Patriarchs: Encountering the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob by Beth Moore

We will plunge into the heart of Genesis, to God’s remarkable pursuit of relationship and to the unfolding of His earthly plan: that through one nation—and ultimately, one Man—all people on earth will be blessed. Many of the most profound and enduring concepts in the whole counsel of God’s Word are initiated in this marvelous book of beginnings.

  •  Text:  Workbook 
  • Cost: $16
  •  Teacher: Christina Andrews | 214.860.1508 or
  • Dates: August 29 – November 14  (not meeting 10/17)
  • Time: 6:00 – 7:45 pm
  • Location: Lower Level Collins #1 & 2

Register

Young Adult Singles

Women's Bible Study l Mid 20s - 30s

  • Date: September 5 - ongoing
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Location: Various
  • Contact: Travis Cook l 214.860.1690

Men's Bible Study l Mid 20s - 30s

  • Date: September 5 - ongoing
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Location: Various
  • Contact: Travis Cook l 214.860.1690
Fitness & Nutrition

You can connect with others on a journey of healthy living through nutrition and exercise. Information below.

Healthy Lifestyle Secrets Program

6-week personalized nutrition course. More info at Healthylifestylesecrets.com.


ReFit

Fitness class set to Christian and inspirational music to work the body, soul and mind.

  • Time: 6 pm – 7 pm
  • Location: Reed Building; Room 301
  • Instructor: Mica Petersen

Donation based classes. For all fitness levels. Bring a water bottle.
For more information contact Mica,

Music at Park Cities

Sanctuary Choir

Each Wednesday night and Sunday morning, our magnificent Sanctuary Choir offers up worship and praise to God with joy and passion. Sanctuary Choir is open to any adult who enjoys singing. No audition required! Sacred concerts and seasonal presentations are the hallmark of this ministering community of singers.

Rehearsal: 6:45 – 8:30 pm
Location: Choral Hall
Contact: Jan Cleveland | , or join us for a rehearsal.


The Orchestra at Park Cities

The Orchestra at Park Cities is dedicated to using its collective musical talent to praise the Lord, as an effective worshipping instrumental ensemble in our services. The orchestra is also involved in seasonal events
and mission trips. An interview and/or audition may be required.

Rehearsal: 6:45 – 8:30 pm
Location: Sanctuary
Contact: Keith Meek |

PCBC Serves

Serve with us on campus! Each month during PCBC Serves, we set aside one hour on Wednesday night to engage in a hands-on serve project and hear from one of our ministry partners about how your giving is changing lives in Dallas and around the world.

PCBC Serve Wednesdays are: September 12 (Healing Hands), October 17 (Cornerstone Academy) and November 28 (African Christian Outreach)

  • Facilitator: Jessica Lamberth | or 214.860.3916
  • Location: Reed 103

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