The PCBC family is ready to help you from the moment you arrive, from parking to getting your kids settled to finding your Connect Group and then to worship.
Discover Park Cities is the best place to learn about our history, mission and values! It’s a bimonthly class where you can come and interact with others who are starting their journey too, meet our staff and enjoy a delicious lunch with Pastor Jeff Warren.
Come as you are, whether that's casual or in a suit. Our concern isn't what's on the outside, but what's on inside. Jesus accepts us as we are when we come to Him. Why shouldn't we?
Reserved parking is available to our first-time guests and disabled patrons around the immediate church perimeter and in our underground parking garage. Look for marked spots and handicapped signs.
Three levels of underground parking. With plenty of handicap parking, level 1 is the best choice for our guests with special needs. Location: Accessible from both Northwest Hwy and Villanova. Look for uniformed police officers and parking attendants.
Ample parking spaces are available in the parking garage adjacent to campus in Preston Center. We provide a shuttle bus service that runs every five minutes (7:00 AM-1:00 PM on Sundays only) for a short ride to the church doors. Location: 6100 Berkshire Lane, between Kate and Westchester Streets
Don't let our big building scare you away, there's a great group of volunteers waiting to say "Hi!" to you just inside the doors. Once you are inside the building, ask one of the greeters for help or look for Information Areas to find your way around the church.
PCBC Kids offers fun, age appropriate programs for children infant-6th grade during all Sunday services in our children’s areas. The easiest way to find out where to go for our awesome kid's activities and groups is by downloading our campus map.
Yes, we do have free wifi! When you're on campus, connect to "Public," scroll to the bottom of the blue screen and click "Accept." We also serve free coffee, so come enjoy a cup of coffee before service in the Commons and access your online Bible during worship!
To live life on purpose by following Jesus every day.
The short answer: We believe in the doctrine of the Trinity, the full authority of Scripture, in salvation made possible through the life, death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the eternal security of believers, and in the holy ordinances of baptism and the Lord’s Supper. We believe our church exists to make disciples through rescuing people from the lifelessness of cultural Christianity and ushering them into the grace-filled restorative work of God’s Kingdom. Read our full statement of beliefs here.
Connect groups are essentially smaller gatherings that primarily meet on Sunday mornings before or after worship service, while some groups meet during the week. Groups are usually structured by age or particular life season. For example, we have Connect groups for single adults, young married couples, seniors, Spanish speakers, women, college students, and more! Learn more about Connect groups here.
At PCBC: Each week, hundreds of volunteers are needed to serve our campus to help with worship services, groups, and ministries. There are volunteer opportunities
In the Dallas community/Abroad: PCBC partners locally and worldwide with trusted ministries who regularly need our help to thrive. We minister to the homeless, refugees, single mothers, immigrants, prisoners, and at-risk youth, among other needy populations. Globally, our focus is to equip and empower local churches to thrive independently as they share the Gospel in their own communities. Mission and outreach trips are available to select countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America throughout the year.
Make plans to come to our next Discover Park Cities class! It’s the best place to meet our staff, learn our history and mission, and find out what it means to follow Jesus every day with our church family.
The worship gatherings at PCBC exist
to unify, challenge, and inspire people
to follow Jesus every day with compassion and gratitude.