Serve Globally

Here are a few ways you can serve globally with PCBC:


2022 south texas mission trips

South Texas mission trips are back!! See our schedule for 2022 below. We’re so happy to be able to return to the colonias where we will share the Gospel and serve with our partners in the Rio Grande Valley. 

Cost: For ALL trips, participants pay for their own hotel accommodations from rooms block, transportation to/from South Texas, and meals.

Spots fill up quickly – don’t miss out on these wonderful opportunities to serve!

2022 South Texas Mission Trips

September 7-10, 2022 (Wed-Sat)
Men's Fall Trip
Church Partner: Iglesia Vino Nuevo/Donna – Pastor Ivan de Leon
Iglesia Vino Nuevo/Northeast Donna – Pastor Jose Alberto Zapata
Contact: Clint Williamson at  
We will be partnering with a couple of the pastors and churches to serve in the colonias around their churches. We’ll be building and delivering beds for children and construction projects in the surrounding colonias. Men of all ages are welcome and no mission experience is required.


October 26-29, 2022 (Wed-Sat)
STX Young Adults BSM Trip

Church Partner: Baptist Student Ministry @ UTRGV – Directors Robert Rueda and Frances Doria
Contact: Meghan Hendrickson at
The BSM @ UTRGV is seeking a team of eight men and women to help with their student fall retreat at South Padre Island, as well as other evangelism and discipleship initiatives including: a free lunch for students, a weekly worship service, and a prayer tent outreach on campus. Registration for this co-ed trip is limited to eight people on a first come first serve basis.


November 15-18, 2022
UTRGV BSM Career Coaching Trip
Church Partner: BSM at UTRGV
Professionals from various fields - including business, health care, hospitality, education, technology, law, etc.- will interact with students at UTRGV. We will discuss our career paths, including how our faith has shaped our journeys. Please join us! Reach out to for more information!


PCBC Mission Trip: Lighthouse for Christ Eye Center and Mission

Prayerfully planning to return to Africa in summer of 2024 to serve with LightHouse for Christ and African Christian Outreach, more details by January 2024

Join us to learn more about visiting The Lighthouse for Christ, an eye clinic and hospital that was established in 1964 by Dr. Bill Ghrist, an ophthalmologist from California who moved his family to Mombasa to become a full-time medial missionary.  

Today, Lighthouse for Christ has 70 employees, three full time eye doctors and is directed by Dr. Ghrist's grandson and his wife, Josh and Maggie Ghrist. In additional to offering medical care, Lighthouse trains pastors and has aided in planting 80 churches in and around the Mombasa area. Each year the mission sees over 30,000 patients and performs several thousand eye surgeries, most for people who have no means to pay for medical care.  

The mission statement for Lighthouse is to heal physical and spiritual blindness on the East Coast of Africa. After receiving the gift of sight, many of our patients accept Christ as their Savior. Just last year, Lighthouse led over 2,000 people into a personal relationship with Jesus.