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PBC Meets Online As We Shelter-In-Place

We have always known that our church is not the building; it’s the people, but now that is made particularly clear. During the COVID-19 health crisis, our church will meet entirely online. Look for opportunities for children, youth, adults, and our recovery ministry on our Stay Connected page. Need help during this time? Fill out our Need Help Form.



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In Romans 8, God gives us a breathtaking vision of what he is doing in the present and what he will do in the future. In short, we’re bound for glory. 

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


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.


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:

Christ & COVID-19
Why Am I Suffering?
Finding God’s Will


Suffering—Where Is God in My Pain?

The art in this show is a response to the Lent sermon series on the book of Job called “Shattered” in which we explore the questions that inevitably rise when we face suffering: Why do good people suffer? How could God allow so much injustice in the world? Where is God in my pain? The artists in this show express pain or grief that they have experienced or seen around them, and how they see God working amidst the suffering. Explore Gallery


Paul Taylor - May 19, 2019

Two Different Dinners

Wake Up

As we near the end of the book of Revelation, we arrive at one of the final climactic scenes. Jesus Christ returns to earth. His return is pictured as a wedding, with an invitation to celebrate at the feast. But there is another dinner in view as well. Not everyone celebrates the arrival of Jesus. As we consider the return of Jesus to earth, we will reflect on ways to reorient our lives to anticipate his return.

Scripture References: Revelation 19:1-21

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