Located in South Tampa and witnessing to the love of God for over 90 years. Committed to a neighborhood presence, worldwide outreach and a deep heritage of Christian faith.

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Wednesday Music and Movement: Ages 0 to 3

Hey little ones! We are now offering a music class during the same time as the other children’s choir classes. Ages 0 to Pre K-3 and their parent or guardian are invited every Wednesday night from 5:00-5:45 pm to room W202/W204 to dance around and sing with Miss Laurel & Miss Kelly.  Drop in anytime!

Wednesday Night Dinner

Wednesday Night Dinner

All are invited to join in the fellowship and good food starting at 5:15 pm in the Fellowship Hall. No reservations are needed. The cost is $5.00 a person, $3.00 a child, or $15.00 for a family. See you at the table! The Menu is: Chicken Cacciatore, Orzo, bread, shortcake

Palm Sunday

This Weekend at PCPC: March 25th – Palm Sunday

Sunday, March 25th: Palm Sunday Services remembering Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem and the Passion of Christ that followed. On Palm Sunday the congregation is invited to bring in a palm branch from their own yard as we celebrate Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. PCPC will have Eco-Palms to hand out as well so the congregation…

Spiritual Practices for the 21st Century

Spiritual Practices for the 21st Century

New Sunday Morning Faith Formation Class for Adults Spiritual Practices for the 21st Century Sundays, February 18th – March 25th at 10:05am in EM307/308 Led by Will Wellman, this class will look at the many obstacles and pitfalls facing those seeking to live a spiritually grounded life in the 21st century. Through discussions of these…

Brahms’ “Requiem" by Tampa Oratorio Singers

TOS Presents Brahms’ “Requiem”

Tampa Oratorio Singers present: Brahms’ “Requiem” Sunday, March 25th at 4pm at Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church $20 general admission, $10 senior citizens Tickets available for purchase at the door or at tostampa.org Director Nancy Callahan will conduct the performance, featuring professional soloists and full orchestra. The performance will be sung in English.