Our Lenten Series which includes Adult Education, Benjamin's Box for children, Soup Suppers and Worship. Click HERE for all of the details. Throughout Lent, the services on Wednesday evening and Sunday will center on the way the Gospel of John tells the story of Jesus' life, death and Resurrection. Our hope is for you to join us on Wednesday evenings throughout Lent as well as for Sunday worship.
VISIT THE MUSEUM OF JEWISH HERITAGE ON SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 2015.
Our visit to the United Nations last fall was a great success! Come join us on our next Live & Learn Field Trip…
Where: The Museum of Jewish Heritage in Battery Park for a guided 90 minute tour (1:00-2:30) where we’ll learn about Jewish history, life, and culture. Time: 10:30 am (immediately following 9:15 worship) to approximately 4:30 pm. Transportation: a 29-person mini-bus with door to door service. Cost: $40.00 per person – includes transportation, admission, and guided tour. Lunch: on our own – a map to restaurants within walking distance of the museum will be provided (cost not included). Deadline for registration & payment: Sunday, March 22 (checks payable to PCCT - please put “Museum Trip” in memo line before submitting to church office). Fun, fellowship and learning guaranteed!
UPDATE ON SYRIA, SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 2015, 11:30 a.m. Halldorson Hall
Dr. Ghias (Gus) Moussa returns to PCCT to provide updates on the conditions in Syria. His presentation in
June 2013 was incredibly informative and helpful for those trying to understand the nature of the conflict.
We are fortunate to have him back with us again.
LUNCH & A MOVIE
Wednesdays at noon in Halldorson Hall,
Led by Rev. Halldorson
Bring your lunch and Join this small, friendly group every Wednesday. Friends welcome.
Thursdays, 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Led by Rev. Halldorson
This group meets during the school year. The class is currently studying the book of Matthew. There is no need to be a Biblical scholar!
PCCT BOOK CLUB led by Robin Batten. This group will start a new book in February, “Sabbath” by Wayne Muller. “In today's world, with its relentless emphasis on success and productivity, we have lost the necessary rhythm of life, the balance between work and rest. Constantly striving, we feel exhausted and deprived in the midst of great abundance. We long for time with friends and family, we long for a moment to ourselves. Now, in a book that can heal our harried lives, Wayne Muller shows us how to create a special time of rest, delight, and renewal—a refuge for our souls.”
Please contact Robin Batten with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org and/or (973)701-8126.