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Offering a welcoming church community to all people, wherever they may be on their journey of faith, celebrating the glory of God through worship, fellowship, and service.

For members of our congregation, serving others is second nature. Whether it is contributing to the annual coat drive, volunteering at the Food Bank or going on a mission trip, we have a long history of reaching out to others through acts of compassion and love.

Community Outreach

Our mission commitments seek to address the needs of our local community and beyond as we feed the hungry, provide disaster relief, house the homeless, work to alleviate poverty, and care for the environment.

Mission Trips

Going on a mission trip is an experience unlike anything else you will ever do.  Living in community with others while serving people in need can be deeply moving and intensely spiritual.  We invite you to consider participating in a trip with us. Haiti Mission Trip – for adults of all ages, typically in early January Adult Mission Trip – focusing on Disaster…

Serve the Church

There are many ways to serve PCCT with your time, gifts and talents, helping our vibrant community grow. These include: Be an Elder or Deacon Teach Church School Be an Usher Volunteer for a Mission and Outreach opportunity Be a member of PCCT’s many committees or ministry opportunities Help in the office Participate on the sound crew Participate in the music program…

Committees of Session

Several elders serve on each committee along with members from the congregation at large.  Committees meet monthly and are a great way to become involved, get acquainted and work with a small group, make a real contribution, and they always need new members. Contact us for more information.   Christian Education Committee oversees Church School and nursery care, children’s weekday programs, Confirmation Class,…

Work of the Deacons

The ministry of deacon as set forth in Scripture is one of compassion, witness, and service, sharing in the redeeming love of Jesus Christ for the poor, the hungry, the sick, the lost, the friendless, the oppressed, those burdened by unjust policies or structures, or anyone in distress. Persons of spiritual character, honest repute, exemplary lives, brotherly and sisterly love, sincere compassion,…

COVID-19 Communications

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