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Young Adult Dinner Meeting

Young Adult Dinner

Folks in their 20’s and 30’s are invited to a monthly dinner meeting at the home of John & Morgan Holmes: 3613 East Tampa Circle, Tampa FL 33629. We eat and socialize, followed by a scripture discussion. No preparation necessary! Bring a drink or dessert if you can, and RSVP to AndrewR@palmaceia.org.

Maundy Thursday Dinner and Service

Thursday, March 29 is Maundy Thursday. While there will be no Wednesday Night Dinner on the 28th, there will be a  Maundy Thursday dinner of Brunswick Stew & Salad in the Fellowship Hall Thursday 3/29 at 5:15pm. Maundy Thursday worship services are communion services remembering Christ’s gift of the Lord’s Supper. 12:30 pm – Maundy…

Garden of Gethsemane Vigil

Garden of Gethsemane Vigil

Chapel, 9:00pm Thursday March 29th until 7:30am Friday March 30th The Gospels record that after sharing in the last supper with his disciples, Jesus went to the Garden of Gethsemane where he prayed before his arrest and crucifixion on Good Friday. This Holy Week, PCPC will be holding a midnight vigil in the chapel from 9pm on Maundy Thursday until 7:30am on Good Friday. There is a sign-up sheet in the…

Faith Cafe Volunteering Opportunity

“Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.”  Matthew 25:40 Faith Café is a collaboration created by PCPC and six other South Tampa churches with the help of Metropolitan Ministries.  Every day of the week, Faith Café feeds a bountiful…

Easter 2018 April 1 PCPC

Easter Sunday at Palma Ceia Presbyterian

Sunday, April 1: Easter 6:30 am – Sunrise Service at Bayshore Presbyterian Church 8:30 & 11:00 am – Festive Easter worship in sanctuary 9:00 & 11:00 am – Easter Contemporary Worship in the Gym 6:00 pm – Vespers Service – Easter Vespers Service in the Chapel, with final readings in the courtyard with steeple bells