Ministries

adult ministry

Adult Bible study meets every Wednesday night at 7:00 pm in the sanctuary.

Come join us for a great time of fellowship and studying of God’s Word.

Some Past studies:

  • The book of Daniel
  • The book of Zechariah
  • The book of Revelations
  • The book of Ruth
  • Marriage and the Home
  • The Significance of the Lord’s Supper
  • The book of Obadiah

 


childrenMinistry

Motto: “I can do everything by the power of Christ. He gives me strength.” Phillipians 4:13

Ages: 2-6yrs, 1st-3rd Grade, and 4th-6th Grade
Join us on Wednesday nights at 7:00pm for a fun time of learning about God’s love! 

 


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Ages: 7th to 12th Grade

Come join us for fellowship and the teaching of God’s Word on Wednesday nights at 7:00pm in the basement of the fellowhip building.

Motto: “Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world.” James 1:27

Leaders: Ruby Benge and Karen Marthers

 


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Media Ministry

Each service (Sunday morning and Wednesday night) is recorded to CD. If you would like a copy a service, please let Scott Godwin know. CDs of services can be picked up at the sound board at the back of the sanctuary.

If you would like to support the media ministry at PBC, you may donate a spindle of CD-R’s or CD envelopes.

 


All of you together are Christ’s body, and each one of you is a separate and necessary part of it. 1 Corinthians 12:27 (NLT)

One reason why you need to be connected to a church family is to fulfill your calling to serve other believers in practical ways. The Bible says, “All of you together are Christ’s body, and each one of you is a separate and necessary part of it.” (1 Corinthians 12:27 NLT)

Your service is essential to the Body of Christ—just ask any local church. Each of us has a role to play, and every role is important. There is no small service to God; it all matters.

Likewise, there are no insignificant ministries in the church. Some are visible and some are behind the scenes, but all are valuable. Small or hidden ministries often make the biggest difference. In my home, the most important light is not the large chandelier in our dining room but the little night light that keeps me from stubbing my toe when I get up at night. There is no correlation between size and significance. Every ministry matters because we are all dependent on each other to function.

What happens when one part of your body fails to function? You get sick. The rest of your body suffers. Imagine if your liver decided to start living for itself: “I’m tired! I don’t want to serve the body anymore! I want a year off just to be fed. I’ve got to do what’s best for me! Let some other part take over.”

What would happen? Your body would die. Today thousands of local churches are dying because of Christians who are unwilling to serve. They sit on the sidelines as spectators, and the Body suffers.

As I said when we began this study, God calls you to a service far beyond anything you could ever imagine. He created YOU for a life of good deeds, which he has already prepared for you to do. (see Ephesians 2:10) Whenever you serve others in any way, you are actually serving God.

Purpose Driven Life