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A Word from our Stated Supply Pastor

by PPPC

“…he who is the blessed and only Sovereign, the King of kings and Lord of lords,… I Timothy 6:15 This Sunday is Christ the King Sunday, the final sabbath in the liturgical year. Unlike some of the festivals of the liturgical year, Christ the King Sunday is of relatively recent origin. Established via a decree […]

Care Corner

by PPPC

When I stopped to think about what I was going to write for this week’s Care Corner, I got a little stumped. So, I pulled out one of my trusted books that always gives me something good to think about and it did not let me down. We are in the midst of a pandemic. […]

Compassion and Generosity This Season

by PPPC

Each Christmas Season our congregation supports many different ministries that serve a variety of people. This year is no different. Below are some of the ministries that will once again be supported here at PPPC. Even though we have changed our procedures from years past, compassion and generosity towards others still remains at the heart […]

Deacon Holiday Food Drive

by PPPC

For most of us, the holiday season is heartwarming. It is a special time to celebrate with gratitude all the good things in our lives. But many in our local community can use help in putting food on the table this Thanksgiving. From now and throughout the December holiday season, the Deacons are asking for […]

Operation Christmas Child

by PPPC

Since 2004 every November our PW and church have been packing shoebox gifts bringing hope and joy to millions of children in 170 countries around the world along with many other churches and organizations. This year in the middle of a pandemic it is even more important to let these children know they are loved […]

A Word from our Stated Supply Pastor

by PPPC

Ecclesia Reformata Semper Reformanda The Church Reformed and Always Reforming This Sunday we will celebrate Reformation Sunday. It is that Sabbath on which we annually acknowledge the unique history of the Protestant Reformation. Like all movements of renewal and reform, the Protestant Reformation was responding to perceived excesses and distortions in the medieval church. However, […]

Care Corner

by PPPC

Burnout. Remember that term? It was coined by a man named Herbert Freudenberger in 1975 and is defined by three components. First, emotional exhaustion. Second, depersonalization. This is when you feel a depletion of empathy and compassion and caring. Third, decreased sense of accomplishment. This is an “unconquerable sense of futility: feeling that nothing you […]

Food Pantry Items — You Can Help!

by PPPC

With our church office being staffed on a limited basis, we ask that you please deliver items for the food pantry directly to St. Gregory’s Food Pantry which is located at St. Mary’s by-the-Sea. The food drop-off area during their regular hours, Monday through Friday, 10 am – 12 pm, is on the Atlantic Ave. […]

A Word from our Stated Supply Pastor

by PPPC

“As long as the earth endures, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, Day and night will never cease” Genesis 8:22 Seed time and harvest- the dependable turning of the seasons! Each year I enjoy the beginnings of the autumnal colors coming into view on our trees. After summer’s heat I look forward […]

Bell Ensemble

by PPPC

Thank you to ringers Morgan Sarbello, Karen Baron, Karen Norby and Susan Reilly, organist Sara Hoey and soloist Susan Beltran for the wonderful anthems last Sunday. A special thank you to Karen Baron who made the arrangements work with a limited amount of bells. Enjoy the video of their anthems from last Sunday.