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Introducing, Revive!

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Have you ever wondered what it means to be a disciple of Christ? Or maybe you’ve been at it a long time and the idea of discipleship feels rote and unexciting? “Revive” is a 4-week interactive series that will help us think through some important aspects of discipleship and how...

A Prayer for Our Uncertain Times

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May we who are merely inconvenienced remember those whose lives are at stake.{Pause, to remember and pray for those who come to mind.} May we who have no risk factorsremember those most vulnerable.{Pause, to remember and pray for those who are vulnerable.} May we who have the luxury of...

An Update from the PDCPC Leadership Meeting

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As reported in last week’s "Top 5" email to the congregation, on Saturday, August 22, your Elders, Trustees, Treasurer, Business Manager and Pastor met in Miller Hall for 5 hours. Trustee President, Bill Bramer, reviewed trends in our church over the last two decades, identifying key...

Update from Lebanon

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Before the explosion, Lebanon reached its worst economic and political crises of its 100 year history. The explosion plunged the already devastated country into unbelievable destruction.  Our team leaders reported that our center, school, studio, café, book store, guest houses...

Mission Partner Update: Medsend

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The PDCPC Mission Team has received an exciting update from Morgan Boardman and our mission partner, Medsend.  The following is a video of Dr. Kyle Jones who is a MedSend grant recipient serving with his wife, Vanessa. They serve at Kapsowar Hospital in Kenya...

Mission Partner Update: Micah

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The PDCPC Mission Team has received the following update from our mission partner in Honduras, The Micah Project.  To read the latest on what our financial support if going towards and how God is working in the ministry, click here. You can also watch the video below!

Angels Everywhere

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Canadian singer/songwriter Sara McLachlan sang about the “Arms of an Angel”, a beautiful, emotional tribute to a friend of hers who died suddenly of a drug overdose.  We frequently hear about angels in popular culture. Tony Kushner won a Pulitzer Prize for his play “Angels...

Worship Service Update

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IN PERSON >> Currently, our in-person worship service is on hold in compliance with requirements set forth by the CDC and the County of Riverside. Please stay tuned for further updates, and be sure to tune in to worship online! LIVE ONLINE >> Both the Traditional (8:30 am)...

A Note from your Pastor: Pandemic Update

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The effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic are being felt far and wide across every facet of our country- from individual homes and lives, to larger businesses and organizations. No one has been exempt from this, including our church. With the inability to meet together for worship, the weekly income...

Responding to Racism: A Statement from Our Denomination

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Just when we thought that life as we knew it had reached maximum disruption, our country was further turned upside down by horrendous acts of violence toward Black people. As a result, communities across the country are calling for change, demanding justice, and deeply...