PCPC is a large, extended family of people seeking to be Christ’s disciples and to bear His truth into our world. That commitment is expressed in our Purpose — that we exist to extend the transforming presence of the Kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ in Dallas and to the world.
The highest privilege of all humanity is to worship God. As a community, we long to serve and glorify God each time we gather together and in all of life.
At Park Cities Presbyterian Church, we believe that the Gospel of Jesus Christ transforms us not simply as individuals but within the context of community. There are a variety of ways in which you can find community ranging from our weekly Bible studies, to joining a Sunday morning community, to joining a small group.
Come serve with Park Cities Presbyterian Church as we watch Christ change not only the lives of others, but ours as well.
Come join us as we at Park Cities Presbyterian Church seek to meet needs with the Gospel in Dallas and the World.
We believe that the Church is God’s instrument to CARE for people as they really are, in all the unique ways God has created a person as an individual, and in all the difficult ways that brokenness, and doubt, and frustration has come to bear on their story.
February 16, 2020from the series So Great a Salvation
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“Five years ago, our session began looking at property options as we sought the face of the Lord regarding extending His Kingdom to our neighborhood, our city, and our world. We looked at the current needs of our body and we envisioned the future of Park Cities Presbyterian Church. During this prayerful process, the Extend vision was born.”
– PCPC Senior Pastor, Mark Davis
SERIESBenedictions, Doxologies, & Prayers
August 4, 20192019-08-04T08:00:00-05:00
21The grace of the Lord Jesus be with all. Amen.
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