Pastor's Desk

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Installation of new pastor, Sunday, Nov. 18 - 3:30pm People's Community Church

Our sermon topic this week is a challenge for all of us to not be complacent in our faith walk.
Live a life for Christ which is built upon the daily small things that anchor the life of a disciple.
Let's grow together!
This week we will explore two familiar passages and wrestle with two demands that God makes of his people. How is it that we find balance between our demand for personal responsibility and our demand that those who have been blessed take responsibility for those who have not. I will argue that many a political divide is forged in disproportionate attention to one or the other. Our task is to find balance as we look each day to discern the difference between Lazarus and the lazy servant.
I would be remised if I did not begin this week by letting you all know how deeply appreciative my family and I are for the overwhelming shower of love we received last week during our fellowship meal.
This week I would like our prayer focus to be on civility, stability and peace in our nation. Political and ideological divides are causing divisions not seen in generations.
This week I encourage our prayer focus to be for God to release a revival of hope in our world but specifically in our community.

To All PCC Members and friends: Please join us for a Fellowship meal TODAY, October 21st to welcome Rev. CJ Harkness and his family. All are invited to attend. Women's Prayer Share Ministry.
I was overwhelmed at the love and affirmation that was shared with my family and I this week and wanted to convey my heartfelt gratitude to all of you! I feel welcome and am excited to continue our journey together.
Focus our prayer to those who have been affected by the second major storm to hit our shores in recent weeks.
PRAYER CHANGES THINGS!!
Greetings!!
I am deeply honored to address you for the first time as your Pastor.
Let's walk together in love and see where God takes us!
Your Pastor, CJ
Pastor's Concluding Remarks
Certainly, God has blessed our work. The words of the author of Hebrews remind us of God's blessings: "Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you."[a]6 So we say with confidence, "The Lord is my helper; I will not be afraid." (Hebrews 13:5-6)
Retirement Celebrations:
Friday, September 28-PCC Fellowship Hall-7pm-9pm
Saturday, September 29-Formal Dinner-La Villa Conference & Banquet Center
Sunday, September 30-PCC-Last Sermon 10:30am
Youth Sunday – Today - Our youth are participating and leading our worship today, and I am so pleased to have them always join us here in the sanctuary for worship. Also, we welcome brother Carlin Austin as the speaker for our youth and Sister Susan Malone for her leadership of our youth here at PCC.
PCC members, friends and community membersFriday, September 28, celebration at PCC, beginning at 7pm.

Berea City Council Honors Pastor McCreary-unanimously passed ordinance 9-1 establishing that the street currently known as Wesley Drive shall hereby receive the honorary, secondary name of "Reverend Leroy McCreary Way".

Congratulations to Nikki, Larry, Ava - Larry McCreary Wicks born on September 5, 2018.

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