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Happy Retirement Diane King

After 35 years of full-time service as the church’s senior administrative assistant, Diane King is retiring. Diane has not only been the accurate source of information, the compiler of our reports, and served for many years as the editor of the newsletter, but she’s also been a counselor to the grieving, the first one to…

FED Grant – 1 Year Later

One year ago Sandra Dean received the Lightning Hero Award for her service to the North Boulevard Community. The Feeding Every Disciple (FED) ministry at PCPC received fifty thousand dollars from this award in order to continue to work with the families of the North Boulevard Homes. Here is an update of how those funds…

Memorial Poinsettia Tradition PCPC

Memorial Poinsettias

Memorial Poinsettias have been a tradition at PCPC for nearly fifty years. It allows the community of faith in the Christmas season to decorate the church, and also to lift up in public acknowledgement the gratitude we feel for loved ones, friends, and those whose lives are a particular blessing to us. In that sense…

Christmas Joy Offering

Palma Ceia has a long tradition of supporting the farm-working community in southwest Florida. Beth-el Farmworker Ministry was founded in part by the Presbyterian Church in 1976. The mission began as a place of worship for the Hispanic farm working community who traveled every year to Tampa to pick the crops during the winter growing…

Christmas in Africa

“Whoever brings blessing will be enriched, and one who waters will himself be watered.” Proverbs 11:25 What an amazing church we have! For within the walls of Palma Ceia’s beautiful buildings lies a spirit that cannot be dampened, a gathering of hearts that care beyond measure, and a love that reaches out not only into this…

Youth Group Update

PCPC’s Youth group meeting structure has been rearranged this year for the better! Wednesday nights have become the main focal point for both middle and high school students to gather together. Middle school starts off in small groups, they listen to a small message and end their night with a game in the gym. High school starts with…