We are followers of Jesus Christ, committed to live by faith, to be known by love, and to be a voice of hope. Our mission is evangelical, sharing the good news of eternal life through the Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. We believe in the divine inspiration and authority of the Bible, and are nondenominational. We are a church on the Hill whose light shines across the South Bay and around the world. Our congregation is diverse and inclusive, we welcome people from all walks of life, regardless of where they are in their spiritual journey. Our desire is to help you grow in your relationship with Jesus. Come to Peninsula, and discover with us the blessings of Christ!
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The Prime Timer group will spend a delightful afternoon at the South Coast Botanic Garden on Thursday, June 6. We'll meet at the garden at noon. Everyone is encouraged to bring a picnic lunch, and we'll do lunch together on the grounds. Pastor Ken will bring bottled water. If you want something else to drink, bring it with your picnic lunch. After lunch, we'll board a garden tram with a botanist who will give us a guided tour of the garden. There will be stops along the way where those who want to can get off the tram and take a walk through a section of the garden. The cost for the event is $6 per person unless you choose to become a South Coast Botanic Garden...
On Sunday morning, April 28, we welcome Pastor Alex Ojera and Millie -- and their three children -- to Peninsula. What a wonderful morning of worship we anticipate celebrating together. The choir will get on its African vibe and Pastor Alex will bring a message from the Word to our hearts. Please plan on hanging around and meeting these choice servants of God. May we enrich their lives and may they challenge us to greater dependency on Jesus. So whatever you do, don't miss coming to worship with an open heart on Sunday! 9/10:30. See you in church! ...
On Wednesday, April 10, PCC will host a series of parenting seminars for parents of children from preschool age through high school. The general theme will be "Effective Patterns of Discipline." Ken Garland will teach the parents of preschoolers, Bruce Junkermann will teach the parents of elementary age children and Daniel Parkins will teach the parents of teenagers. All parents in the South Bay are invited to attend. The seminars are free. There will also be a book table of parenting books and resources which will be available for purchase. Refreshments will be served. The seminars run from 6:45 - 8 pm. ...
What a really big shoooeee...we had Wednesday night at our Breakout Talent Night! 41 kids displayed lots of different talent throughout the night. We had many who played an instrument such as piano, obey, and flute. Others who demonstrated unique talents like balancing, juggling, card tricks, dancing and singing. It was just a really fun night and I am so proud of all of those kids who did a very brave thing by performing in front of everyone. Way to go! ...
Many of you have asked us, “What is Project 1012?” Very simply, it is a ministry that is beginning in the life of PCC to “equip parents to be the chief disciple-makers in their families for the glory of God.” As pastors overseeing children and youth ministries, we know how vital this age is in communicating the Gospel, how quickly 18 years can fly by, and how difficult parenting can be. There are hundreds and thousands of resources out there giving strategies for parenting. Perhaps you have a list of books that you want to read when you can “find the time”. There are parents who may not have given discipleship much thought. Other parents who know...
Last October, PCC’s new men’s ministry program started with a zany miniature golf tournament with golf holes scattered throughout the PCC campus. Thirty-four men enjoyed a wonderful breakfast prepared by the Nicolello family and testimonies from David Britton and Mike Potier. On Saturday, March 9, we’re enjoying a military recognition day with a tour of the USS Iowa followed by lunch in San Pedro. Tickets for the tour are $10 and can be purchased from Kurth DeMoss. Then Friday afternoon through Sunday morning, April 12-14 a group of us will be attending the men’s retreat at Forest Home Conference Center in the San Bernardino Mountains. There is still tim...
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