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Posts from March 2020

Morning Watch: New Interactive Devotional for Families

MORNING WATCH is a new interactive devotional for families on Thursday mornings with Pastor Nicole! First Meeting: Thursday, March 26th 9:30-10amJoin us online on Zoom! URL: https://zoom.us/j/720257950Meeting ID: 720 257 950For the password to get into the meeting, email Nicole@palmaceia.org Questions? Email Nicole@palmaceia.orgSee you on Zoom!

PCPC Facilities During Social Distancing

What happens if you show up at 3501 W. San Jose St.? Well, you’ll find a notice like the one below, saying programs and worship services are online only until further notice. But our phone lines are still open. 813-253-6047And the Fellowship Hall is open M-F from 7:30am-6pm to accept drop-offs for Beth-El and End…

Youth Programming Update at PCPC

Hi parents,  Adhering to the urging of government officials and striving to do what is best for the larger community, PCPC has postponed/ moved gatherings to electronic or online formats. This means that at least through March (if not longer) we will providing resources online for youth and their families to gather around God’s Word and be…

One Great Hour of Sharing Offering

March 16-April 5, 2020www.palmaceia.org/giving “One Great Hour of Sharing” (OGHS) is an international offering in which PCPC participates every year. The goal? Restoring Hope, Feeding the Hungry, Empowering the Poor. This year PCPC is dedicating its OGHS Offering to the Nutrition Program in Mombin Crochu, Haiti. Though it’s called “One Great HOUR…” the offering runs…

A Letter from the Pastors – March 13, 2020

March 13, 2020 Dear Friends and Members of Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church, We arrive at a moment that is new to us all. Rarely have we had the experience of canceling programs for weather, but we’ve had to take that step periodically. Never have we had to find alternative modes of worship due to a…