Christian growth happens in Christian community. That’s why we provide many opportunities to connect with others at PCF. These small groups are our primary means of providing pastoral care and encouragement. Most of our ministry to one another and to our larger community occurs within these groups. Our goal is that every PCF member, in addition to regularly attending church on Sunday morning, will participate in a small group of some kind during the week.
PCF Kids to Go
During this season of pandemic, we are offering an online based program for children. Please email the church office.
Heart to Heart
Due to the pandemic, Heart to Heart will be offering a Zoom group on Tuesday nights discussing Jen Wilkins book None Like Him: 10 Ways God is different from us and why that’s a good thing. We are also encouraging “One on One” studying of the Bible, which is a great way to stay in the Word and stay connected.
For more information contact Nancy Giordano by calling or emailing the church office.
There are various opportunities throughout the year for men to connect, such as breakfasts, hikes, and canoe trips. For more information, contact Pastor Jeff Willett.
Life Groups are a network of mixed-gendered groups for both married couples and singles that meet in homes in Pepperell and surrounding towns. Meeting on various nights of the week, Life Groups provide opportunities to study the Bible, deepen friendships, and serve on mission together, reaching out to our local community. For more information, contact Pastor Jeff Willett.
Youth Group meets on Tuesday nights from 6:00 to 8:30pm. Teens in grades 7-12 are welcome to join us. This is a time for teens to meet with other teens, have fun together, and grow closer in their walks with God. For more information, contact Pastor Jeff Willett.
PCF hosts gatherings of Christianity Explored, a short course (seven weeks) for anyone interested in learning more about Christianity. To find out when our next Christianity Explored course will run, please contact Pastor Stephen Witmer.
The Christian life is an incredible adventure. It’s full of ups and downs, joys and sorrows, successes and failures. Church membership expresses our desire to live this adventure together with other Christian brothers and sisters as part of a loving, Jesus-centered community. Being a Jesus-centered community is an awesome privilege and a demanding commitment. By entering into a membership community with one another, we’re pursuing both the joy and the sacrifice of being involved in each other’s lives. We do this because we believe that the more deeply we love each other the more we will advance our mission of displaying the worth of God to the world.