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During our Saturday Night and Sunday Morning Service times, we attempt to cultivate a space where you are free to experience God. You are invited to participate at whatever level seems right for you. Some of the elements of a regular weekend service include the following:
Music is a powerful means of expression. We welcome you to join in with our musicians as they lead us every weekend. Lyrics will be provided for you on a screen and on song sheets upon request.
At times, we will incorporate other art forms such as visual arts, video, drama, etc. to help communicate the concepts/themes of each weekend service.
Prayer is simply communicating with God. We may encourage you to pray silently or as someone leads us in corporate prayer.
Every week we learn and interact with a story of God as told through the Bible. We hope to provide you with thoughts and truths to help you take one more step closer to God. Our messages are practical and down-to-earth. We recognize that we are all learning what it means to trust Jesus every day!
The Joy Basket (Offering)
We believe that everything we have is given to us by God. We also believe that He asks us to give a percentage back to Him. For those who call Powers Creek their church home, it is important to us to invest in what PCCC is doing in our community. We have a basket sitting in the back of our Worship Centre for all who would like to give. If you are a visitor, please feel no pressure to put something in the basket. We are just happy to have you with us.
Also we have our Change for a Dollar giving opportunity. Its away to give directly to those in need in our community. Click here for more details.
Communion is a Christian sacrament. A sacrament is a physical expression of a spiritual reality. In communion, we celebrate and remember Christ and His love for us. If you wish to participate and you are in a right-relationship with God, we welcome you to do so! If you do not wish to participate, we encourage you to take this time for quiet reflection. Communion is held every 4th weekend (see our program for details – click here).
What Should I Wear?
PCCC is committed to creating a comfortable environment for people seeking a deeper understanding of God and His importance to them…we welcome all people. We also want people to be comfortable in what they wear, so you may see someone in a shirt and tie, or in cutoffs and sneakers. We just want you to feel at home – so wear what you would like.