Covered Dish Luncheon


A covered dish luncheon will be held following the service on November 19. Please bring a dish to share and enjoy fellowship as we celebrate the installation of Pastor D. Jay Martin . We will be setting up tables in the auditorium following the service that day, so all hands will be needed to help!


PFC Coffee Station

Coffee…Do you like coffee? Do you drink coffee? We are looking for individuals to help to keep the coffee station brewing on a Sunday morning before Sunday School (9 am). If you are interested, please contact Dave Willauer .

Spring City Food Pantry – Thanksgiving Week

PFC will be collecting stuffing mix boxes through November 19 for the Spring City pantry’s distribution Thanksgiving week. Each church that helps out at the pantry was asked to collect a specific item.

Church Work Day – Tomorrow, Saturday, Oct 28

Church Work Day will be held this Saturday, October 28 from 8 am to noon.

Many hands make light work! 😊

Men, women and teens are encouraged to come out and lend a hand.

 Come when you can, and help as you’re able!

 Please contact Jay Doering if you have any questions.

New Sermon Series: Names of God – November 5, 2017

Names are important.  This is obvious.  However, despite this simple observation, names – and their meanings – are worth thinking about.  Names are important to people and names are important to God.  Think of all the stories in Scripture about God giving people new names.  Abram becomes Abraham.  Jacob becomes Israel.  Simon becomes Peter.  Saul becomes Paul.  Think too of all the times that the Lord gives a name to describe Himself.  He tells Abraham, “I am El Shaddai – God Almighty.”  He reveals to Moses the name “YHWH – I AM Who I AM.”  These are just a few of the big ones.  There is often a direct correlation between the names that God gives Himself and the names He gives His people.  Abram could not become Abraham until Abram first understood God to be “God Almighty” (see Gen. 17).  Moses could not carry out his task of prophetic shepherding until he had first received God’s name “I AM” (see Exodus 3).  This remains true for us today.  God is still naming His children, but in order for us to live confidently in the names that God gives us we must first allow God to name Himself.

Jesus also revealed a name of God – the name Father.  In John 17:11 Jesus prayed, “Holy Father, you have given me your name, now protect them by the power of your name so that they will be united just as we are.”  This is God’s most intimate relational name.  He invites us to know Him as Father.  Paul adds in Ephesians 3:14-15, “For this reason I bow my knees before the Father, from whom every family in heaven and on earth is named.”   Every family in heaven and on earth receives their true name from the Father.  For us to live in the authority of our adoption into the family of God we must know Him as Father.  Join us in November and December as we take time to explore several key Biblical names of God.  We’ll be looking at names of God from both the New Testament and Old Testament as we seek to know Him more fully.

Cleaning & Organizing Toys in the Church Nursery

Cleaning! This Thursday, October 26 beginning at 9:30 am, we will be cleaning and organizing toys in both nurseries. If you would like to help it would be much appreciated. Please let Brandi Russell know if you can make it or if you have any questions.


PFC101 will begin on Wednesday, November 1 at 7 pm at PFC.  Class will continue thru November 15 for those interested in being baptized, becoming a member of PFC or just wish to hear more about the church. Pastor Tim and Pastor D. Jay will lead this class about the history, direction and values of PFC. Contact the church office if interested. If you are interested and need childcare please be sure to let us know so that we can be properly prepared.

Operation Christmas Child

Operation Christmas Child: Boxes are available, in the lobby. Pick up a box and fill it with items for either a boy or a girl. A list of suggested items as well as the label to go with the box are included. These boxes can be filled with school supplies, small toys, hygiene items, clothing, etc. All boxes must be returned to the church by November 19. Please include $9.00 to help with the shipping expenses. If you have any questions or to pay the $9.00 in cash, please see Harry Yeager (610.495.5483).

Fall Fest / Movie Night

PFC Halloween Outreach

PFC’s Annual Halloween Outreach event will take place on Tuesday, October 31 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. During this time, we will be opening the church to the community as a pit stop for candy, and also as a rest room stop. We will also be offering refreshments—apple cider, hot chocolate and coffee to the Coventry Glen residents. We are requesting donations of candy and apple cider for the evening. Volunteers are needed to help with decorating the lobby, as well as to meet and greet on Halloween night. Please contact Barbara Hayman for more information or to help.

There is a box in the lobby for your candy donations.