Tuesday, March 28, at 12:00 p.m., PCPC will come together for a time of prayer in the Sanctuary for Covenant Presbyterian Church in Nashville. We have many deep and dear connections to the church and its members including former PCPC Associate Pastor, Chad Scruggs, who is Pastor of Covenant Presbyterian.
Childcare will be available.
PCPC statement for media inquiries:
The Park Cities Presbyterian Church (PCPC) family is incredibly saddened by the unimaginable tragedy today at Covenant Presbyterian School in Nashville, TN. Covenant Presbyterian Church is a sister church of PCPC; many of our members have deep friendships and family connections there. “We weep deeply for the unimaginable sorrow that our friends at Covenant Presbyterian Church and School are suffering and will continue to suffer. As brothers and sisters in Christ, we will suffer alongside our friends and grieve together, but not as those without the hope of Jesus." said Paul Goebel, Associate Pastor.
Chad Scruggs, current Lead Pastor at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Nashville, served for several years as Associate Pastor at PCPC. PCPC Senior Pastor, Mark Davis shared, “We love the Scruggs family and mourn with them over their precious daughter Hallie. Together, we trust in the power of Christ to draw near and give us the comfort and hope we desperately need.”
On Tuesday, March 28, at 12:00 p.m., PCPC will come together for a time of prayer in the Sanctuary. We ask that the media respect our time of mourning and prayer by not attending the actual prayer service.
May Christ have mercy. And may He be our hope and peace.
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