PCPC College Life

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College students, thanks for checking out PCPC College Life! We would love to be your church home during your college years. We invite you to read below or click on the links to the left to see what’s going on.

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COME REST. Life on campus can be busy and stressful. It’s easy to feel like you are defined by your latest performance in the classroom, on the field, or with your friends. In the midst of that, we want to offer a place of rest. In Matthew 11:28, Jesus says, “Come to Me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” We want you to know and enjoy the rest and salvation that Jesus offers, and so we hope to encourage you to cultivate an abiding relationship with the Lord. If that sounds appealing, we invite you to start by coming to worship with us on Sunday mornings at PCPC (details below).

BE KNOWN. It’s possible on campus to be surrounded by people and feel all alone. We hope that PCPC will feel like a place where it’s OK not to be OK. The Christian life is much more of a “group project” than an individual assignment. So we want to help you find meaningful relationships with college students and other people around the church. Jesus commands us to love one another as He has loved us (John 13:34-35), and we hope finding community at PCPC will be another way to experience and share the love of Christ. In every different season, we are looking for ways to help you connect with one another, with the church, and ultimately, with Christ.

GO SERVE. If we are resting in the Lord and living in community, we have a great foundation to go out and extend ourselves as we serve God’s purposes. Jesus reminds us that He did not come to be served, but to serve (Mark 10:45). The more we understand how He has served us, the more we are excited to serve Him. Whether that’s on campus, around Dallas, or around the globe, we want to serve you and serve with you as you prepare for a life of service in God’s kingdom. PCPC has some amazing ministry partners in the city, and we want to help you find where you’re called to serve.


Keep an eye on this website for updates.

Have questions about college ministry? Want to be added to a text list or an email list? Contact Robby Higginbottom.