A Message from Our Interim Pastor

by PPPC

One of the Scripture lessons on the last Sunday we met for worship (March 15) was Exodus 17, but we didn’t do much with it since I focused on the Gospel lesson that day. I have revisited that passage because the Hebrew slaves’ 40 years of wandering in the wilderness is such an instructive passage […]

We Are Still Here

by PPPC

As the church staff continues to work remotely, they are still available to meet your needs. The church phone is being answered and emails are still being checked during regular business hours. It is important for you to know that during this time, we are still answering your questions, taking prayer requests, finding ways to […]

Happy to Help–We found masks and gloves!

by PPPC

You will happy to know that among the materials left over from our Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts, Randy Crate identified several boxes of masks and a bag of gloves. Upon closer examination, we realized that the masks were the N95 type, which last week were in short supply and high demand by hospital personnel and […]

Most activities are on hold, as we remain at a distance.

by PPPC

Updated News as of March 16, 2020 Dear Members and Friends of Point Pleasant Presbyterian Church: In an effort to assist with the ongoing efforts to slow down the spread of the Coronavirus, the church will follow the recommendations to limit physical contact by suspending all group gatherings and in-person programming at least through the […]

Prepare for the Clothing Drive

by PPPC

Mark your calendar for the PW Clothing Drive coming up April 18 from 8:00 -12:00 noon. Drop-off will once again take place on the side lawn of the church on April 18th. Gently used clothing (no children’s toys nor pots & pans) will be collected. Also being colleced are shoes, belts, handbags, briefcases, bedding, draperies, […]

Cents-Ability

by PPPC

Our presbytery will send $6,300 to the Presbyterian Hunger Program to support three international projects, each of which will receive $2,100. The projects were selected by the Cents-Ability Grants Committee, a group made up of representatives of each participating congregation. The projects are: 1) Asociacion Fenix – Nicaragua – improved stoves to improve the health […]

“Fixing Things Up” in Sunday School

by PPPC

Put up with one another! Really? Wow! You can tell, by the powerful verse translation above, that we’ll be considering some challenging concepts regarding forgiveness during March. Famous parables and teachings from the New Testament will guide us to understand God’s forgiveness and what that means for our behaviour toward others What are the most important […]

One Great Hour of Sharing March 1 – April 5, 2020

by PPPC

The three programs supported by One Great Hour of Sharing – Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, the Presbyterian Hunger Program, and Self-Development of People – all work in different ways to serve individuals and communities in need. From initial disaster response to ongoing community development, their work fits together to provide people with safety, sustenance, and hope. […]

From Our Interim Pastor

by PPPC

England’s first Poet Laureate (1668), John Dryden, died in the year 1700. His body of work, as the monarchy was being restored, was so influential that the period was known to many as the Age of Dryden. In act 5 of his semi-opera King Arthur, with music by Henry Purcell, published in 1691, Venus, the […]

Scout Sunday

by PPPC

We celebrated the ministry of our own Pack 6 and Troop 6, as well as the work of Scouting organizations around the world. Members of Pack 6 and Troop 6 assisted in the service. They are entering into their 91st year as a Troop and Pack 6 is entering into its 71st year of Youth […]