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PCPC

We would love to help PCPC feel more and more like home, whether you’re from Dallas or not. There are lots of ways to connect at a church like PCPC. Our hope for college students is that you will grow deeper in the gospel of Jesus Christ as you worship, build community, and serve.


Worship

On Sunday mornings, we gather to worship as a body at PCPC. There are services at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00 am in the sanctuary. College students usually attend the 9:30 or 11:00 am service. Sunday morning is also a great time to connect, grow, and serve at PCPC. Below are a number of Sunday morning opportunities for college students.


Membership

We encourage college students to be vitally connected to a local church during their college years. One of the best ways to live this out is to consider joining PCPC (or another church). The New Members’ Class at PCPC will help you get to know the church, what we believe, how we seek to make disciples, and how you might be called to be part of that. Whether you decide to join or not, this is a great way to get to know PCPC and some new people. Click HERE for more information.


Sunday Morning Communities

PCPC has a number of Sunday morning communities that make the big church smaller. If you already attend corporate worship, we encourage you to connect with a class where you can get to know more people at the church and grow in your faith. Here is one great option for college students.

Ambassadors Sunday Morning Community
Sunday Mornings, 11:00 am, in Room 301
Paul Goebel, Robby Higginbottom, John Paul Schulze, and others teach this class. This class is for college students, young adults, single and married. This is a great place for you to get to know some people at PCPC who are not college students.


Small Groups

Small groups are a great setting for studying God’s Word and getting to know people better. Want to make the big church a little smaller? Consider joining a small group.

PCPC College Small Group - If you are interested in being part of a PCPC College small group, contact Robby Higginbottom.

SMU RUF Small Groups - If you are an SMU student involved in RUF, there are a number of RUF small groups during the school year. Contact James Madden, SMU’s RUF campus minister, for more information.

Men’s Ministry at PCPC - The Tuesday morning Men’s Bible Study at PCPC is an awesome place to connect with older men at PCPC. Learn more HERE.

Women’s Ministry at PCPC - There are a number of small groups through the women’s ministry at PCPC. If you would like to connect with older women in the church, find out more HERE.