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Click the above link for the
Annual Report 2013
Senior Pastor, Doug Peebles 
 
 
Our Mission

To Glorify God in
everything, to Grow
in our faith, and to
Go into our world
to preach the
Gospel.

Pastor Doug



 













 



  
NATIONAL DAY
OF PRAYER

May 1st @ 7:00 AM
Wm. Jessup University
Breakfast with
Keynote Speaker
Lee Strobel

 
 

Stop in our
PGCC Library
and pick up a book by
Lee Strobel.

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What does becoming a member of PGCC really mean?
Plan to attend our next New Members Class:
May 18th
12:00 Noon

Lunch will be served
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Follow instructions,
you may find them interesting!
 
 
 
 
 
 


 

  
NEWS. . .
 

“The Role of Christian Women in a Changing World”

Seminar series slated at Pleasant Grove Community Church

Four prominent speakers from William Jessup University will discuss relevant issues to today’s woman, including her role in courage, justice, valor and the intimacies of friendship, at Pleasant Grove Community Church. Presenters are Sosamma Samuel-Burnett, Lisa Rea, Merilyn Copland, and Bev Wiens. Sessions are from 10:00 AM to Noon on June 3, 10, 17 and 24. Each session is independent and open to all interested women.  There is no charge.

Jan Percy, Director of Women’s Ministries, says, “We are most fortunate to have these women with impressive credentials speak on significant issues. We look forward to the exciting and informative dialogue they will bring.”

Read More About:
Sosamma Samuel-Burnett
June 3rd, "Women of Impact: Profiles on Prayer, Courage and Justice."

Lisa Rea
June 10th, "Victims Driven Restorative Justice: Justice That Heals."

Merilyn Copland
June 17th, "Women of Valor in the Bible and Today."

Bev Wiens
June 24th, "In-To-Me-See."

For further information on the Summer Series, or to obtain a brochure please call Jan Percy at (916) 771-4447.
 
 

 

 

 


 


"Christianity, if false, is of no importance, and if true, of infinite importance. The only thing it cannot be is moderately important." ~ C.S. Lewis