The Senior Adult Ministry serves adults age 65 and above with opportunities for worship, service, study and companionship. In addition to Bible studies and a rich array of missions and social activities, this ministry attends to the special needs of this age group. In addition, the In-Home Ministry provides a lifeline of contact to our church.
Bible Study Classes
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We have men’s classes, women’s classes, and co-ed classes for 65+ers, ages 65 to 100. Bible study options include eleven departments with over eighteen different classes to choose from. A variety of Bible-based curriculum is studied and taught by excellent, well-trained teachers.
Weekday Men's and Ladies' Bible Studies
Scheduled throughout the week during the day and evening.
Monthly newsletters and personal visits provide social, emotional and spiritual support for those who are no longer able to attend church.
Cultural, Educational and Leisure Activities
Friday Fest Luncheon/Dinners
Held quarterly, provide a great time of fellowship, a variety of entertainment, and a wonderful meal.
Local outings to museums, shops, restaurants and other points of interest are a favorite.
From trips across the state of Texas and through the United States, our PrimeTimers enjoy traveling together.
The Note-ables - A 65+ choir
Meets every Monday afternoons from 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. in the Choral Hall. Join us for a great time of singing and fellowship. A great voice is not required.
Exercise classes happen each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning in our gym, led by trained and certified leaders. It’s fun to exercise together.
Technology Help Desk
Bring your smart phone, laptop, or other device and get your questions answered. Usually meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 9:30am-11:00am in 102 Reed. Call Laura Reese at 214.860.1599 for more information.
Old Fashioned Hymn Sing
The Old Fashioned Hymn Sing happens on an August Sunday night each year in the Great Hall. It is a favorite night for the whole church with lots of singing of the old hymns, special trios and gospel quartets, favorite soloists followed by ice cream sundaes in the Commons. Members and community together enjoy this special evening.
The Annual Retreat is a highlight of the year. Gifted Bible teachers, special musicians, various retreat centers, and a variety of activities are featured each year and enjoyed by many PCBC members and guests.
PCBC 65+ers are active in many mission opportunities, short-term and ongoing, throughout the metroplex and around the world. From tutoring children to handing out groceries to teaching someone to speak English to going on mission trips, 65+ers are making a difference in our community and world.
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