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    Bob Snyder loves being out in nature and walks his dogs in one of the area parks every day. He wanted to share his "secret," so he helped create our new "Walk and Talk" fellowship ministry.


    On the first Saturday of each month, Bob invites you to join the group's "Walk and Talk." They will meet at 9:30 a.m. in a different park each month. Join them and bring a friend! Friendly dogs are invited, too! 

    • Saturday, June 1 at 9:30 a.m. at Peck Lake Park

    For more information call/text

    Bob at 503-213-0550.

  • Linger longer

    Our contemporary praise and worship service may end at 10:30, but don’t rush off. “Linger Longer” for coffee and treats, catch up with friends and make new ones. Take a few unhurried minutes each week to get to know the people who share Sunday morning worship with you.

    We rely on dedicated volunteers to help with this each week. If you are able to serve with this ministry, please fill out the VOLUNTEER FORM.


    PCPC has a support group for those who are the primary caregivers of adult loved ones. 

    Please call the church office for details.

    The group meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 10:00 a.m. in the PCPC library. It is led by the Rev. Dr. Lyn Snow.

  • WIDOWS CLUB - Just to have fun!

    The Widows Club gets together to socialize and have fun. This group is not limited to PCPC members. All widows are welcome!

    Click the image to see what activities we have coming up.

    Questions? Call or text Lindy at 310-339-5772 or email

  • hour of prayer & FELLOWSHIP

    Join the PCPC Deacon Prayer Team on Zoom for an hour of prayer, fellowship, and encouragement through God’s word. To join, go to, click join a meeting, and enter meeting ID #392 176 3549.

    Please email Florine at for details about the next meeting date and time.

  • GRANDMOTHERS & others

    Do you like to sew? The Grandmothers & Others sewing fellowship welcomes new members. We provide the fabric and notions; all you supply is your talent! Our group provides beautiful clothing for local children in need. 

    During season, we meet once a month from 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. in the sewing room adjacent to the nursery.

    We are always looking for new participants. This group is not limited to PCPC members, so please invite others. Questions? Please contact Larry Jones at or call the church office.

    CONTACT Form

  • meals & wheels

    Our deacons are available to help for short-term needs. Please call the church and a coordinator will reach out to you soon. 


    We hope to build groups that do different things. Some may study a book of the Bible. Some may discuss marriage or parenting. LifeGroups are primarily about relationships, not content, though we do want to make them interesting! We come together to grow together. 

    See what a LifeGroup can be for you - watch this 30 sec. VIDEO.

    There are six LifeGroups ready to begin this fall. More information will be available soon, but if you are interested in joining one, please email Sherrey at

  • walk aerobics

    Exercise can be easy and fun! Join us at 5:15 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays for your choice of a 1 or 2-mile workout. Follow the easy movements demonstrated or do your favorites. The key is to keep moving. The faster, farther, and more frequently you walk, the greater the benefits. AND it’s another great way to meet and get to know some of our PCPC family and friends!

    Meet us upstairs in Langill Hall where we have plenty of room to space ourselves out safely.

    July of 2023 marked our 17th year of walking and talking!

College-aged & Young Adults

  • Young Adult Ministry

    The Pridmores are hosting a monthly dinner and hang-out at their home on the third Thursday of every month at 6:00 p.m. to connect with college-aged/young adults. No program, no agenda ... just dinner and fellowship. If you are interested or know someone who might be (or would like to help cook/provide meals for our college friends), please contact Jason at 714-809-5065.

Parents and their Kids


    Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) is an international program for moms and their children (infants - preschoolers) that meets during the school year. MOPS encourages and equips moms of young children to realize their potential as mothers, women, and leaders in relationship with Jesus.

    Meetings are the 2nd and 4th from 9:30-11:30 a.m. with childcare. The first meeting for 2021-2022 Is August 23 in Langill Hall.

    • Moms Nights Out
    • Play Dates
    • Service Projects
    • Friendship
    • and MORE! using code Z5P9

  • AXIS

    Imagine overhearing your kid say something that sends you into a panic.

    Now, imagine a friend with ageless parenting wisdom who also understands teen culture better than anyone.

    Finally, imagine this friend is there with the answers to your parenting struggles – at the moment of your panic.

    This is Axis. Your new friend!

    Click the image to learn more.