Recent Bulletins

MAY 15, 2022

WORSHIP

Sermon: The Good Shepherd

Passages: John 10:11-18, 27-29


Sermon Series:
 I Am: Getting to Know Christ

Fourth week in the sermon series

Featured Verse: John 10:9

 I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep.

Sermon Summary

There are certain people and institutions who should care for people but don’t. Jesus calls them “hired hands.” By contrast, Jesus defines himself as the “good shepherd.” What makes him good? And how can we benefit from his care?

Music

David Oleson & Band

Host

Alma Cho

Message

Scott Grant

Next Week

We will continue the sermon series “I Am: Getting to Know Christ” with a message from Paul Taylor in John 11:25.

UPDATES

Children’s Ministry Leaders Needed

Do you want to be a part of giving a child their first look at who God is? Consider serving as a leader in Children’s Ministry. Children’s Ministry is looking for 30+ summer leaders for Sunday School and their Summerville program. Complete one of the following forms if you are interested in serving this summer: Sunday School | Summerville.

Register for Camp PBC

Join us for Camp PBC at Lake Siskiyou this summer! It’s a great place to relax and unwind from the busyness of life and get to know others in our community. Enjoy leisurely time at camp or other activities, including boating, river rafting, hiking, swimming, and fishing. Camp PBC is open to people of all ages and stages of life. Register HERE.

Stay Connected

Would you like to stay up to date on the latest news and upcoming events at PBC? Subscribe to our weekly email newsletter HERE.

PRAY

Prayer Requests

How can we pray for you? Text your prayer request to 650-679-7729 during this morning’s service and the pastors and elders will pray for you during this coming week. You can also send your prayer request to pbc.org/pray (or click “Prayer” at the top of the page). We’d also like to hear your praise reports for prayers you previously submitted. Prayer team members will be available to pray with you after each service. They will be located at the prayer wall to the left of the stage. 

CONNECT

New to PBC?

Welcome! We’re glad you’ve joined us today. You’ll find information to help you explore getting connected with us at pbc.org/new, or look for the Welcome sign on the patio if you joined us in person this morning.

Stay Connected: Newsletter and Social Media 

Stay current on the latest PBC announcements, news, and events through our weekly newsletter and social media.

GIVING

Thank you for your continued financial generosity to PBC during this difficult and unique season, As always, we trust the LORD to meet our needs. Online giving, including ACH Transfer and Text to Give, is available. Go to pbc.org/give or text an amount to give to 84321 to set up your profile.

MAY 8, 2022

WORSHIP

Sermon: The Door of the Sheep

Passages: John 10:7, 9


Sermon Series:
 I Am: Getting to Know Christ

Third week in the sermon series

Featured Verse: John 10:9

“I am the door. If anyone enters by me, he will be saved and will go in and out and find pasture.

Sermon Summary

What makes life worth living? Some would say pleasure. Others would say power. Still others might say fame or success or even love. In the most obscure of the “I am” statements, Jesus corrects our misunderstandings about the good life and shows us that abundant life is only found in him.

Music

David Oleson & Band

Host

Paco & Bekah Lopez

Message

Dan Westman

Next Week

We will continue the sermon series “I Am: Getting to Know Christ” with a message from Scott Grant in John 10:11, 14.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Children’s Ministry Leaders Needed

Do you want to be a part of giving a child their first look at who God is? Consider serving as a leader in Children’s Ministry. Children’s Ministry is looking for 30+ summer leaders for Sunday School and their Summerville program. Complete one of the following forms if you are interested in serving this summer: Sunday School | Summerville.

Register for Camp PBC

Join us for Camp PBC at Lake Siskiyou this summer! It’s a great place to relax and unwind from the busyness of life and get to know others in our community. Enjoy leisurely time at camp or other activities, including boating, river rafting, hiking, swimming, and fishing. Camp PBC is open to people of all ages and stages of life. Register HERE.

Stay Connected

Would you like to stay up to date on the latest news and upcoming events at PBC? Subscribe to our weekly email newsletter HERE.

OTHER UPDATES

Men’s Retreat

May 13-15 | Mt Hermon Conference Center

Our theme is Vocation: Exploring God’s Call in Each Chapter of Life. We all go through different chapters of life, from education to career to retirement. But even in the midst of those chapters, we have seasons where we are learning, contributing, and mentoring. By looking at the overarching biblical story, we’ll seek to connect God’s work with our day-to-day responsibilities in every chapter of our lives. Register online or on the patio today!

Provide Meals for Hotel de Zink

In May, PBC will be hosting Hotel de Zink, a shelter for unhoused men and women. We are seeking volunteers to provide our guests with healthy breakfast muffins, evening dinners, and to serve as shower hosts (at the PBC shower). We appreciate your help in caring for our guests! SIGN-UP.

Convalescent Home Worship Team Opportunity

Check out and consider joining our team of PBCers who lead our worship service of hymns and a short message on the second Sunday of the month (10:30-11:30am) with the residents of Los Altos Sub-Acute and Rehab Center— a local convalescent and nursing home.

We welcome musicians, singers, speakers/teachers, and special musical presentations. We hope to grow our team so that volunteers can serve monthly, quarterly, or as you’re available. If interested, please let us know which roles most interest you through our inquiry form. Thanks

In Memory

Long-time PBCer John Newman went to be with the Lord recently. Please keep his wife LaVern and family in your prayers. Memorial service details are not available at this time.

Andre Belton, who was active in our Recovery Ministry and beloved by many across PBC, went to be with the Lord on Monday, May 2, 2022. Memorial service details will follow. 

PRAY

Prayer Requests

How can we pray for you? Text your prayer request to 650-679-7729 during this morning’s service and the pastors and elders will pray for you during this coming week. You can also send your prayer request to pbc.org/pray (or click “Prayer” at the top of the page). We’d also like to hear your praise reports for prayers you previously submitted. Prayer team members will be available to pray with you after each service. They will be located at the prayer wall to the left of the stage. 

CONNECT

New to PBC?

Welcome! We’re glad you’ve joined us today. You’ll find information to help you explore getting connected with us at pbc.org/new, or look for the Welcome sign on the patio if you joined us in person this morning.

Stay Connected: Newsletter and Social Media 

Stay current on the latest PBC announcements, news, and events through our weekly newsletter and social media.

GIVING

Thank you for your continued financial generosity to PBC during this difficult and unique season, As always, we trust the LORD to meet our needs. Online giving, including ACH Transfer and Text to Give, is available. Go to pbc.org/give or text an amount to give to 84321 to set up your profile.

MAY 1, 2022

WORSHIP

Sermon: The Light of the World 

Passages: John 6:8-12, 9:5


Sermon Series:
 I Am: Getting to Know Christ

Second week in the sermon series

Featured Verse: John 8:12

“Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, ‘I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.’”

Sermon Summary

If Jesus is the light of the world, we can step forward into the darkness. Is there some sort of step you need to take?

Music

Xin Chen & Band

Host

Joanne Leung

Message

Scott Grant

Next Week

We will continue the sermon series “I Am: Getting to Know Christ” with a message from Dan Westman in John 10:7, 9.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Men’s Retreat

May 13-15 | Mt Hermon Conference Center

Our theme is Vocation: Exploring God’s Call in Each Chapter of Life. We all go through different chapters of life, from education to career to retirement. But even in the midst of those chapters, we have seasons where we are learning, contributing, and mentoring. By looking at the overarching biblical story, we’ll seek to connect God’s work with our day-to-day responsibilities in every chapter of our lives. Register online or on the patio today!

Children’s Ministry Leaders Needed

Do you want to be a part of giving a child their first look at who God is? Consider serving as a leader in Children’s Ministry. Children’s Ministry is looking for 30+ summer leaders for Sunday School and their Summerville program. Complete one of the following forms if you are interested in serving this summer: Sunday School | Summerville.

Family Forum–Today!

Today | 10:20am-10:50am | Fellowship Hall

This morning the elders are hosting a Family Forum to encourage open communication within the church about what’s happening at PBC. The forum is open to all and will be an informal gathering with a short presentation and Q&A. We look forward to seeing you.

OTHER UPDATES

Provide Meals for Hotel de Zink

In May, PBC will be hosting Hotel de Zink, a shelter for unhoused men and women. We are seeking volunteers to provide our guests with healthy breakfast muffins, evening dinners, and to serve as shower hosts (at the PBC shower). We appreciate your help in caring for our guests! SIGN-UP.

Convalescent Home Worship Team Opportunity

Check out and consider joining our team of PBCers who lead our worship service of hymns and a short message on the second Sunday of the month (10:30-11:30am) with the residents of Los Altos Sub-Acute and Rehab Center— a local convalescent and nursing home.

We welcome musicians, singers, speakers/teachers, and special musical presentations. We hope to grow our team so that volunteers can serve monthly, quarterly, or as you’re available. If interested, please let us know which roles most interest you through our inquiry form. Thanks!

PRAY

Prayer Requests

How can we pray for you? Text your prayer request to 650-679-7729 during this morning’s service and the pastors and elders will pray for you during this coming week. You can also send your prayer request to pbc.org/pray (or click “Prayer” at the top of the page). We’d also like to hear your praise reports for prayers you previously submitted. Prayer team members will be available to pray with you after each service. They will be located at the prayer wall to the left of the stage. 

CONNECT

New to PBC?

Welcome! We’re glad you’ve joined us today. You’ll find information to help you explore getting connected with us at pbc.org/new, or look for the Welcome sign on the patio if you joined us in person this morning.

Stay Connected: Newsletter and Social Media 

Stay current on the latest PBC announcements, news, and events through our weekly newsletter and social media.

GIVING

Thank you for your continued financial generosity to PBC during this difficult and unique season, As always, we trust the LORD to meet our needs. Online giving, including ACH Transfer and Text to Give, is available. Go to pbc.org/give or text an amount to give to 84321 to set up your profile.

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