We look for God's love in our lives as evidence that we have been truly worshiping him. Worship means learning to recognize God's goodness while delighting to deepen our responses.
We believe that practical, relevant teaching is the catalyst for transformation in an individual's life. Scripture is inspired by God, completely accurate and our authority regarding Christian beliefs and the guide for Christian living.
At PCPC, we celebrate the Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of each month, as well as special occasions such as Maundy Thursday and Christmas Eve. Everyone who has faith in Jesus Christ is invited to participate, regardless of church membership or denominational affiliation.
We believe this meal is not an object lesson but a sacrament, which means God works through it in a special way. Our Lord Jesus gave it to us to strengthen our faith in his promise that we are forgiven and united to him forever. When we eat and drink in faith, we receive Jesus Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit. We do not “chew him with our teeth,” but he is really present to us through the Holy Spirit. You are not required to share our understanding of this meal to participate. It is enough that you know Jesus died for you and you belong to him.