Praying all is well and you are maintaining during this critical time in our country. I want to update you on how we are handling the ongoing ministry of the Church.
First and foremost we are trusting God to see us through this crisis just as He has seen us through other disasters. Since COVID-19 tends to spread more readily in large gatherings, Cobb County has now been placed under a state of emergency and a "stay at home" order has been issued. We are encouraging our family and friends to abide by this order which has been recommended to help curb this healthcare crisis.
Sunday Worship Service: I will be utilizing Facebook Live each Sunday to share a Word from the Lord during our 10:30 a.m. service until the shelter-in ban has been lifted or it is safe to return. If you have not already done so, please add PCBC Sound room as a friend to your Facebook account. This will allow you to be a part of our worship experience. Bible Study: Our 12 Noon and 7 p.m. Bible Study classes will take place each Tuesday via ZOOM Meeting ID: 271 277 7626, Passcode: 015842 Dial-In Number: 126.96.36.19982 (same Meeting ID & Password)
Prayer Service: Our prayer service will take place each 1st and 3rd Thursdays via ZOOM. Please use the same Meeting ID and password as listed above.
Ministry Meetings: All ministry activities and/or events are cancelled until further notice. However, some ministries will meet via ZOOM. The Daily Bread Distribution will continue to take place each 3rd Saturday of the month as a drive-through service only.
Giving: In terms of your continued financial support, please give online through Givelify(download the app to your phone or use the PCBC website), or you may mail your check or money order to the church address. (PLEASE DO NOT SEND CASH THROUGH THE MAIL)!
Don’t Panic! Don’t Worry! Remember to do 1 Peter 5:7. God's Got This!
2020 Theme: "MINISTERING WHERE YOU LIVE"
This year each one of us will declare that Jesus is the Light of the World! When we became a Christian, He passed the light to us. It is our responsibility to let our light shine so it may expose the darkness. By seeing our light, people will know the difference between good and evil, right and wrong, and what is acceptable to God.