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LIVE STREAM WORSHIP SERVICE AT 10:00 AM

SUNDAY MORNING

Join our live stream worship service featuring engaging music and relevant teaching from the Bible at pbc.org/livestream, the PBC YouTube Channel, and Facebook.

CURRENT SERIES

Learn how we can draw strength and encouragement today from prayers that are in the narratives of the Scriptures.

August 9 | Praying During Uncertain Times 

Audio, video and text versions of each message in the series will be available weekly in the Sermon Library.

RACIAL JUSTICE

Race and justice can be uncomfortable topics to talk about. However, our leadership team at PBC believe that we, as the church, have a responsibility to play a role in addressing racism and injustice in our society. Click the button below and lean into these topics with us.

CONNECT

Feeling isolated during this time? We’d love to connect you to our community. All of our ministries continue to offer weekly online connecting points that can help PBCers and our newcomers get plugged in. We also have new small groups that are forming for connection, prayer and fellowship. Fill out a Connect Card and we’ll follow up. If you need prayer, fill out a Prayer Request.

MINI-SERMONS

Welcome to Faith in Real Life! This is a collection of mini-sermons (under 7 minutes each) where we cover various topics and discuss difficult questions that come up as we seek the Lord’s leading in our lives and minister to the world around us. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay up to date on our latest content.

Recent Mini-Sermon Series:

Living in Uncertain Times
Racism & Christ
Christ & COVID-19
Why Am I Suffering?
Finding God’s Will

PBC REMODEL

Final layout plans for the Worship Center, playground, and entryway are now available! Check out the architectural renderings and short video update from the elders and the remodel team at pbc.org/remodel.

RECENT MESSAGES

Dan Westman - April 5, 2020

The Gospel According to Job

For the past six weeks, the book of Job has helped us meet God in the midst of our chaos and pain. As we finish our study of Job, we see that Job’s story also points us to the gospel itself and invites us to place our hope in Jesus, our Savior.

Scripture References: Job 42:1-17

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