Whether you are browsing the site as an explorer checking out the church or a member seeing what’s happening, we are glad you’re here! There is much information here about who we are and what we are doing. If you need any other information please feel free to contact us. Thanks for your visit today!
9:30 am Sunday School (for all ages)
10:15 am Coffee Time
10:30 am Sunday Service
6:30 pm Youth Group
Let’s see how many boxes we can fill for the Estelline Food Pantry! We’re putting out some boxes in the Church foyer. Please bring some non-perishable food items with you anytime you come to the Church building and we’ll deliver them. What a great way for PCC to share with others this Christmas!
Audra has taken on the task of coordinating our Christmas program this year. The program will be during our regular Sunday morning service on December 21st. There are parts available for all youth and children (contact Audra).
There will be re-enacted Bible scenes, readings, songs, and yes, grandparents, flash photography is permitted. : )
There will also be a Family Care meal following the program. We’ll supply the meal, all you have to do is bring a plate of Christmas treats to share.
Note that program practices will be during Sunday School on the 14th and the 21st.
We look forward to hearing from our kids as they remind us of that special event that changed everything!
This year the titles for the Christmas sermon series come from a familiar song.
11/30-”Do You See What I See” (we will examine the need for the incarnation)
12/7- “Do You Hear What I Hear” (We will explore what various people heard in the news of Christ’s coming)
12/14- “Do You Know What I Know” (Taking God’s great gift personally)
21/21 – Our Christmas Program
12/28- “Listen To What I Say” (telling the good news on the mountain, over the hills, and everywhere)
If you know someone who doesn’t have a Church home. Why not invite them to join our family for Christmas at PCC this year? We’ve got love to spare and love to share!!
We all know there is lotsof job security in things like laundry and cooking! The need for these tasks does not end during a crisis/health event/stressful time. We can serve each other by helping with chores and providing meals for someone when there is a need.
Right now The Saathoff family could use a hand while Marci is undergoing her treatments. Can you help with a meal?
Here’s how Meal Train works:
1. Go to the link at the bottom of this post
2. Create a Meal Train account. (just type in your name, email, and password)
3. Click “view Meal Train” and you are in (remember to write down your user name and password
4. From there you can choose from a list of available days to provide a meal.
CLICK HERE to go to the web site.
Clear the tracks, cuz the PCC meal train is comin!!!