Recent Bulletins

JULY 25, 2021

WORSHIP

Sermon: Faith One Step at a Time

Hebrews 11:23-31

Sixth week in the sermon series


Sermon Series:
 Stories of Faith


Featured Verse: 
Matthew 17:20b

“For truly, I say to you, if you have faith like a grain of mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move, and nothing will be impossible for you.

Sermon Summary

As we continue looking at “Stories of Faith” in Hebrews 11, we are going to be studying Moses, Joshua, and Rahab to see how God prepared them to step out in faith. What is God calling you to do? How is he preparing you?

Music

David Oleson & Band

Host

Rolana Smith

Message

Ray Kaestner

Other

Stories of Faith Testimony – Michelle Thong

Next Week

We will continue in our sermon series with a message from Dan Westman (Hebrews 11:32-40).

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Fellowship on the Patio

Enjoy a time of fellowship on the patio between services. Hot coffee, cold brew, and snacks will be available.

Children’s Ministry Leaders Needed

Children’s Ministry is getting ready to open up Sunday school classes for both services starting August 29, as well as Awana in the Fall. To best support our families and children, it will take a minimum of 50 leaders who are able to serve each week! The Children’s Ministry cannot function without the leaders who love and care for the children at PBC. Please be praying with the ministry for those who are passionate about sharing Jesus’s love with these children and are ready to have some fun this school year! If you’re interested in becoming a ministry leader, please complete the interest form HERE by August 1.

OTHER UPDATES

Covid-19 Current Policies

From our elders: In all our ministries at PBC, we are seeking to follow governmental COVID guidelines. In light of new Santa Clara County recommendations, we are recommending that all vaccinated individuals wear masks inside the worship center at this time. We will continue to require masks for unvaccinated or partially vaccinated individuals. Vocalists and speakers will remain unmasked when singing or speaking. For more information on the practices of each of our ministries, please see the COVID policies page on our website at pbc.org/covid.

Call for Artists

At PBC, we celebrate the arts and work to incorporate them into the worshiping life of our church. We are announcing a call for artists for an in-person art exhibition beginning August 22 in the Worship Center Gallery. The theme of the exhibition is “Emerge,” which reflects our emerging from shelter in place and other restrictions from Covid.  We would love to see artwork you have created during or after the pandemic. Go to pbc.org/arts for more information about the exhibition and submitting artwork. 

PRAY

Prayer Requests/Praise Reports

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.

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 stop by the Welcome tent 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.

JULY 18, 2021

WORSHIP

Sermon: Faith’s Ripple Effect

Hebrews 11:17-22

Fifth week in the sermon series


Sermon Series:
 Stories of Faith


Featured Verse: 
Hebrews 11:17a

“By faith Abraham, when he was tested, offered up Isaac

Sermon Summary

What do you do when the dream or vision is in jeopardy? This week, we’ll continue our look at the patriarchs and will see how Abraham acts out of faith even when it seems contrary to the vision God has given him. This one courageous act of faith sends a ripple effect through generations and is an encouragement for us to trust in God’s providence and share about his faithfulness with the next generation.

Music

Linzy Westman & Band

Host

Min Yao Lim

Message

Paco Lopez

Other

Stories of Faith Testimony – Alyssa Pebbles

Next Week

We will continue in our sermon series with a message from Ray Kaestner (Hebrews 11:23-31).

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Children’s Ministry Leaders Needed

Children’s Ministry is getting ready to open up Sunday school classes for both services starting August 29, as well as Awana in the Fall. To best support our families and children, it will take a minimum of 50 leaders who are able to serve each week! The Children’s Ministry cannot function without the leaders who love and care for the children at PBC. Please be praying with the ministry for those who are passionate about sharing Jesus’s love with these children and are ready to have some fun this school year! If you’re interested in becoming a ministry leader, please complete the interest form HERE.

Covid-19 Current Policies

From our elders: In all our ministries at PBC, we are seeking to follow governmental COVID guidelines. In light of new Santa Clara County recommendations, we are recommending that all vaccinated individuals wear masks inside the worship center at this time. We will continue to require masks for unvaccinated or partially vaccinated individuals. Vocalists and speakers will remain unmasked when singing or speaking. For more information on the practices of each of our ministries, please see the COVID policies page on our website at pbc.org/covid.

OTHER UPDATES

Call for Artists

At PBC, we celebrate the arts and work to incorporate them into the worshiping life of our church. We are announcing a call for artists for an in-person art exhibition beginning August 22 in the Worship Center Gallery. The theme of the exhibition is “Emerge,” which reflects our emerging from shelter in place and other restrictions from Covid.  We would love to see artwork you have created during or after the pandemic. Go to pbc.org/arts for more information about the exhibition and submitting artwork. 

Classic Car Collectors

Do you own a classic show-condition car or motorcycle? We invite you to submit your vehicle for consideration in the 1st Annual PBC Classic Car Show on Saturday, October 2, 2021, hosted by the Recovery Ministry at PBC. This half-day event is a fundraiser for Our Brother’s Home (a non-profit Christian organization that provides Christ-centered housing for men in the Bay Area recovering from addiction) and an outreach to our local community to raise awareness of PBC’s recovery services.

From 10am to 3pm, attendees will enjoy live music, food trucks, cars, and more in the PBC parking lot. Approximately 70 vehicles will be carefully selected for display. The cost to register a car is $20.

We’re also looking for people to help plan this event. Please contact Dave Thorne, Recovery Director if you are interested in showing your car or joining the event planning committee.

PRAY

Prayer Requests/Praise Reports

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.

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 stop by the Welcome tent 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.

JULY 11, 2021

WORSHIP

Sermon: By Faith: What Makes God Proud

Hebrews 11:13-16

Fourth week in the sermon series


Sermon Series:
 Stories of Faith


Featured Verse: 
Hebrews 11:16

“But as it is, they desire a better country, that is, a heavenly one. Therefore God is not ashamed to be called their God, for he has prepared for them a city.

Sermon Summary

Even in the best of times, do you feel as if something is missing or out of whack? If so, you’re in good company. The patriarchs, beginning with Abraham, felt the same way. They were men and women of desire: they wanted something more. What do you want?

Music

Linzy Westman & Band

Host

David Oleson

Message

Scott Grant

Other

Stories of Faith Testimony – Tim Calhoun

Next Week

We will continue in our sermon series with a message from Paco Lopez (Hebrews 11:17-22).

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Camp PBC

Join in the fun at Camp PBC this month! Almost 100 people have signed up, and there’s space for more. Come relax, enjoy a wide range of activities, and connect with the PBC community. Bring your tent or RV, or rent accommodations nearby. Information and registration at pbc.org/camppbc.

Call for Artists

At PBC, we celebrate the arts and work to incorporate them into the worshiping life of our church. We are announcing a call for artists for an in-person art exhibition beginning August 22 in the Worship Center Gallery. The theme of the exhibition is “Emerge,” which reflects our emerging from shelter in place and other restrictions from Covid.  We would love to see artwork you have created during or after the pandemic. Go to pbc.org/arts for more information about the exhibition and submitting artwork. 

After-Service Boba & Shaved Ice—Today!

Today | 12:10pm

Enjoy a cold treat and a time of fellowship after service! Tea Up Truck will be serving boba tea, shaved ice, and traditional Taiwanese shaved ice after the 11am service. Cash (preferred), Venmo, and check payments welcome; credit cards are not accepted.

OTHER UPDATES

Classic Car Collectors

Do you own a classic show-condition car or motorcycle? We invite you to submit your vehicle for consideration in the 1st Annual PBC Classic Car Show on Saturday, October 2, 2021, hosted by the Recovery Ministry at PBC. This half-day event is a fundraiser for Our Brother’s Home (a non-profit Christian organization that provides Christ-centered housing for men in the Bay Area recovering from addiction) and an outreach to our local community to raise awareness of PBC’s recovery services.

From 10am to 3pm, attendees will enjoy live music, food trucks, cars, and more in the PBC parking lot. Approximately 70 vehicles will be carefully selected for display. The cost to register a car is $20.

We’re also looking for people to help plan this event. Please contact Dave Thorne, Recovery Director ([email protected]) if you are interested in showing your car or joining the event planning committee.

PRAY

Prayer Requests/Praise Reports

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.

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 stop by the Welcome tent 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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