Passion Community Church is based in central Virginia with locations in Aylett, Farmville, Midlothian, Powhatan, Fork Union, and online. Click for service times, directions, and more!
Every week in PCC Kids, we have a blast in a safe and fun environment! With age-specific programs tailored just for your little one, they’ll be begging you to return each week!
Students in 6th-12th grades—you’re invited to hang out, have fun, and learn what it means to have a faith in Jesus of your own. With weekly student groups, worship events, retreats and more, find a place where your questions or thoughts about faith, life, the Bible, and God are all welcome and encouraged.
Our families shape us…for better or for worse.
Finding the “better” part of “family” can be challenging…
But it’s within reach.
Discover healing for the hardest parts and healthy habits for the best parts, as Passion Community Church dives into several family matters that can feed—or frustrate—our souls.
November 20 – Healing from Divorce
November 27 – Building Healthy Marriages
December 4 – Special “At the Movies” Experience – The Holidays & Family
Divorce Brought Me LIFE
by Anna Holland
Twenty-one years ago I heard four words that upended my life:
“I want a divorce.”
I knew my husband and I were not doing well, but I thought my pleading prayers would be answered and all would work out fine. We had a baby after all! There was no way I was going to become a single parent.
But despite my prayers, things didn’t work out…
Preparing Our Hearts for Christmas
a Weekly Family Experience
In the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, it can be easy to lose sight of the coming hope, faith, joy, and peace of Christmas. This year, PCC invites you and your family to slow down, just once per week, to expectantly honor and “wait” for Christmas day.
Gather your friends and family and join us on our Facebook or YouTube pages on Sunday evenings at 6:30pm, beginning November 27, for a quick, family-friendly Advent experience as we prepare our hearts for Christmas. We kick off this first week with “hope”.
FAMILY MATTERS: Steady Love
This week, in the Family Matters series, Pastor Angie Frame discussed what it takes to build a steady marriage with a steady love. In this weekend follow-up, she recaps the skills she mentioned in that message that contribute to a steady marriage. She also goes on to add two new skills—making and setting boundaries in a marriage—including practical ways to use and build those skills and, with that, a steady love.
WHAT’S YOUR NEXT STEP?
There’s always a next step when you’re growing in your faith. Find the step that’s right for you below.
Not sure where to start? Just reach out and we’ll be glad to help you figure that out.