Christmas carols are some of the most beloved and sung songs of all times - even those who don’t claim Christianity as their faith know most of them “by heart.” This Advent we are going to look at the stories behind some of the most famous of these carols, and hear through them the good news of Christmas.
Stewardship is about being grateful, responsible stewards of the gifts we receive from God. PCBW sees stewardship as more than simply contributing money to the church; it’s also about contributing time and talents, and volunteering for ministry and mission.
What does real Christianity look like? How do I know my faith is real? These questions lie at the heart of the book of James, the book we will be studying during PCBW's Fall Focus series. What James want to challenge us with is this truth: real faith is not seen in what we claim to be true, but in how we live.
Music and song has been an important part of every human culture - including that of the Bible! At PCBW we will be seeing this by studying the Bible’s songbook – the book of Psalms. We will see that Psalms songs touch upon the whole of human experience, and because of it have power - power not only to teach but to change us.
Our attitudes - those inner inclinations toward something or someone, make a difference in how we live. Are there attitudes we might need to adjust or perhaps even leave behind altogether in order to cultivate attitudes that will help us be the church God is calling us to be?
Spring Lenten Discipleship: The adult ministries committee is continuing the six-week spring Lenten Discipleship series entitled Fifty-Seven Words that Change the World (named after a book by Darrell Johnson with the same name), which will be a study on what is commonly known as the Lord’s Prayer. Copies of the book are available in the church office during the week for $13. If cost is an issue, please let the church know and we’ll make sure you get a copy.