a family of faith
seeking to boldly proclaim Jesus Christ
by loving God and serving our neighbors.

We worship at 10:30am Sundays at 1717 W. Thirteen Mile, at the corner of Thirteen Mile and Crooks.

Park in the Crooks Road lot to get into the church, which is handicap accessible.

Sermons are based on God’s Word in the Old and New Testaments, and focus on the Gospel of Jesus Christ and practical help for life as a follower of Jesus. You can sample Pastor Marianne’s sermons here.

Our worship is blended, with a mix of well-loved hymns, Gospel songs, and modern praise, led by our music director Teri Barnaby and our band StarCross.

StarrCross

StarrCross energizes our Sunday morning worship with preludes, special anthems, solos and more! We are always seeking those who love to worship the Lord through vocal or instrumental music. See Teri, our Music Director, for details; she’s available at pfcs@tir.com.

Our people come in jeans and Sunday best alike. You are welcome here. Come as you are.

We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of the month, and we have an open table where all baptized are welcome who seek the presence of Christ. Our Book of Order states,

coming to the Lord’s Table the faithful are actively to seek reconciliation in every instance of conflict or division between them and their neighbors.

We serve grape juice and shortbread made from a passed-on Scottish family recipe. Gluten-free bread is available.

We have a nursery with paid, background-checked nursery staff for young children, but you’re also welcome to bring your kids with you to worship. We love when kids disrupt our worship with their energy—we’re glad to have them there. Partway through the service, we have a children’s message, after which most children go to our Sunday School. To learn more about Sunday School and programs for kids, click here.

After worship we have coffee hour down the hall. There’s always a good spread and good people.

We hope you come, and experience warm fellowship, life-giving worship, and inspiring teaching in our midst.