We recognize that for most people, getting connected is a process. Here are the primary ways newcomers are able to meet new people, build relationships, and get involved.
Our service has a variety of singing, prayer and a sermon. Families are welcome to stay together for the service or children can participate with KidCity and New Reality.
While the primary spoken language is English, our music is multilingual and simultaneous interpretation is offered in both Spanish and Swahili. A separate Spanish sermon is offered as well.
In addition to our Sunday morning service, our church meets in small home groups of 8-15 people throughout the week that we call Community Groups.
These groups are the primary way our people build safe relationships with others in the church, study the Bible together, and get involved with group ministry opportunities.
Lunch with the Pastors
Every mont, we offer a free lunch after the Sunday service designed to provide a space for all recent newcomers to meet our pastors and learn about our church.
RSVPs are requested but not required. All are welcome!
Throughout the year, we offer various Sunday morning classes prior to the service. Topics include: How to Read your Bible, Parenting, Issues of Race and Justice, and Overcoming Personal Hurts.
Two to three times a year we also offer PBC 101, our four week class for newcomers and regular attenders who are interested in learning more about the church or formally joining as “Covenant Partners,” our term for church members.
Whenever you’re ready, we have many opportunities for volunteer ministry each week. These opportunities range from helping set up chairs for our service to teaching in KidCity or serving in our worship team.
Additional volunteer opportunities are regularly available throughout the week!