About Peninsula
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!

Service Times
9 am - leans traditional 
10:30 am - leans contemporary


The Peninsula Community Church Classic
Posted 7.10.2014
All golfers, would be golfers, wanna-be golfers and such.  On Monday, October 6, we’re gathering at Los Verdes for a unique and fun golf tournament planned by our Tournament Director, Tom Smith and his tournament committee.  There will be valuable cash prizes, a scramble/best ball format and lots of side contests you have a chance to win even if you aren’t a good golfer.   The first foursome tees off at 10:30 am and we have reservations for forty golfers, so the first forty who sign up are in!  The tournament is open to both men and women.   Following the tournament we’ll have a buffet dinner at the golf course where prizes will be handed out and wi...

Peninsula's 50th Anniversary Celebration
Posted 6.18.2014
Remember. Rejoice. Rededicate.   Please save the dates so that you can join us to celebrate the work of a faithful God among us.   Remember – Saturday, September 27, 5 pm Bring the family as we enjoy a strolling buffet through the history of Peninsula. Remember significant relationships and places on campus where God worked in lives. Wayne & Jackie Frase and Jim & Elaine Hay will be here to celebrate with us. On Sunday morning Doug Stolhand will bring the message as we “remember.”   It is hard to forget a place that gave you so much to remember.   Rejoice &ndash...

Pray for the Guatemala Mission Trip
Posted 6.13.2014
Pray for our PCC students and leaders heading for a week of ministry in Guatemala: Chad Joy, Emily Joy, Kaila Joy, Marlene Iseli, Mercy Junkermann, Haley Junkermann, Brittany Pearson, Jacob Nicollelo, Timothy Nachef and Kayla Vokolek. They leave on Saturday - may God use them for HIS glory this week. May they return with stories to tell of stretched faith and a good and powerful God.   ...

Congratulations Graduates!
Posted 6.06.2014
Big congrats to our high school and college graduates! We are proud of you!   High School: Jason An Joshua Brunnenmeyer Mitchel Charles Linda Iseli Dustin Kee Rebecca McGuinness Jacob Nicolello Garrett Thomas   College: Nicholas Auricchio - Masters of Library & Information Science, UCLA David D’Auteuil - Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies, UCSC Peter D’Auteuil - Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Technology, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Sean Gabel - Bachelor of Music in Perfomance, Azusa Pacific University Elyse LaCharite - Bachelor of Arts in Communication ...

Annual Church Picnic - Sunday, June 29
Posted 6.04.2014
Once again everyone is invited to come join us for some outdoor relaxation, fun, great food and fellowship. It’s the annual PCC church picnic at Fred Hesse Park in Rancho Palos Verdes on Sunday, June 29, immediately following the 2nd worship service.   Come to church and Sunday school in your picnic clothes and go straight to the park after the 2nd service and join us there. The Tuesday morning men’s group will be cooking the burgers and dogs, all of you will bring your side dishes and there will be wonderful desserts as well.   Bruce and Dan will have some fun games and activities for the kids, so no one will want to miss out. ...

PCC at the PV Street Fair
Posted 5.29.2014
Last year’s experience with a booth at the PV Street Fair for the first time was an amazing success for us. So we’re back! The Street Fair is on Saturday and Sunday, June 7-8. Saturday’s hours are 10 am to 10 pm and Sunday’s hours are 10 am until about 6 pm.   Lots of folks are volunteering to help staff the booth in two-hour shifts both days, so come and look us up. We’re booth #90 just a few yards off Silver Spur Road, near the petting zoo. We are very close to where we were last year if you came by then.   Lots of information about children’s ministry, student ministry, adult ministries, missions, preschool and much more will be available both...

Bombo Supplies Needed
Posted 4.29.2014
Over the next two Sundays, May 4 and May 11, a table will be on the patio with a list of supplies we need donated for this year's Bombo Medical Clinic.  Visit the table and find out what you can do to make an impact at the clinic.  We will start taking financial donations soon as well.  We need about $20,000 to make this happen.  Growth is a good thing, right?  Here is a full list of the supplies we'll be looking for in May.  Please check out the list -- and be ready to shop!! ...

Open House for Mobile Medical Mission
Posted 4.28.2014
 Get it on your calendar now!  Saturday, May 31, 9 am to Noon.  TOUCH Coalition and Medical Mission Adventures are co-sponsoring an Open House at The Harbor Church at 25401 S. Western Avenue, Lomita.  The new Dental Unit will be featured along with the medical and optical care units.  Come and check it out to tour the medical units, meet others involved in this South Bay-based medical ministry, and learn how you might be involved going forward.  And....there is FOOD! Please email Kurth DeMoss if you are going to attend or have questions.  They would like a head count! ...

Easter Breakfast Jerusalem Marketplace April 12 9-11am
Posted 4.10.2014
Can you imagine what it might have been like 2000 years ago in first century Jerusalem?  If not, then bring your entire family to Easter Breakfast Jerusalem Marketplace and experience it for yourself!  This is a free and family friendly event, Saturday, April 12 from 9-11am.  We will be serving a delicious hot breakfast your whole clan will enjoy.  Then you can meander through the marketplace while sipping a cup of specialty coffee made just for you at the coffee well.  There will be costumed storekeepers and artisans hard at work, and who knows, they may even recruit your children to help out.  Yes there will be fun activities at each storefront for your children.  The “professional” art...

Tell Us Your Story
Posted 4.01.2014
We are just wrapping up "What On Earth Am I Here For?" It has been a quick 42 Days since we launched with the question, what on earth am I here for? God has been at work, as we memorized some simple verses, gathered in small groups across the South Bay, listen to six focused messages on our calling from God, and spent time reading a book together. How did it go for you? What have you learned? How have you grown or been challenged?   Are you willing to share your story of these last six weeks with the church family? I hope so. Use the comment section below to tell us your story. I will use some excerpts in the coming weeks to celebrate the spiritual growth we have experienced. Thanks for sharing &nd...


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