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Is it BOLD or MORE? Why do we have two different titles?

Our November 2020 series is called BOLD. It’s an update and refresh of our MORE initiative that we launched Fall 2019.

Everything has changed in 2020. Why are we still pursuing this vision?

When God moves, we’re called to follow. We really believe that the MORE initiative is what God wants for our church. In His infinite wisdom, God led us to include things in this initiative—like online technology updates—that have allowed us to pivot effectively with all the changes and challenges of this year.

This is a lot of money! Why are we going for such a bold goal?

Yes, it is. 195,000 is a big number, too, and that’s the number of people around our current campuses who aren’t experiencing their fullest lives possible through Jesus Christ right now. We will do whatever it takes to help them come to Know God, Discover Purpose, Get Real, Make a Difference, and Be the Change.

What happens if we don’t meet the goal? Will we go into debt?

We’re committed to doing what God calls us to do. However, if we fall short of our goal, then some aspects of the initiative may be delayed past November 2021, and/or may be altered in scope. We’re committed to stewarding the resources God provides us in a way that’s appropriate, healthy and wise. We will not add any unhealthy debt as a result of MORE. PCC’s Steering Team and Strategic Leadership Team are in place to ensure we remain financially sound.

How does MORE impact our commitment to outreach?

We partner with a number of local organizations serving under-served people in our area, as well as dozens of global staff sharing the gospel around the world. MORE will enable us to increase and expand these partnerships.

Why are we making financial commitments? When and how?

MORE is a two-year initiative that we are halfway through. We encourage you to commit how much you will give in this final year. We’ll do that on November 22, 2020 during services in-person and online. You can fulfill your commitment with gifts of whatever size and frequency make the most sense for you.

What if I am new or have never given to PCC?

Generosity is all about taking the next right step, so if you’ve never given before, MORE is a great place to start. We believe there’s no more significant mission than helping people find hope in Jesus, and we invite everyone to live it out with us.

Is this part of my regular giving?

Giving to MORE through the ONE FUND means that everything—our operating budget, kids and student ministry, mission work, campus expansion projects, and all other ministry—will all be funded through this initiative. It’s an opportunity to trust God and to take the next right step in your generosity. Everything you give is part of the MORE initiative.

Why fill out a commitment card?

We become what we’re committed to. Our lives are busy, and there’s a lot going on; it’s easy to forget to give consistently or at all. Filling out the card helps both you and the church plan their finances responsibly.

What are other ways to give?

Many will give out of their income, generously making the MORE initiative a priority on a weekly or monthly basis. However, you can also give things like stocks, real estate, or other assets. There could also be substantial tax benefits to giving an asset instead of selling it and giving the proceeds. Contact our central office at 804-598-1174 for more information on these ways to give to MORE.

How can I give?

We have several options for giving. The easiest option is to give online, or through the PCC App that is available on all mobile devices. You can give one time or set up recurring giving there. Giving boxes are located at each of our physical campuses. Lastly, you can mail in your gifts to PCC at P.O. Box 834, Powhatan, VA 23139.

Why does our Midlothian Campus need a permanent facility?

Our Midlothian Campus property is uniquely positioned in the epicenter of growth in that community, with commercial and residential growth and major roads (Rt. 288 and Midlothian Turnpike) surrounding it. Within a 10-minute drive of this location there are over 60,000 people who do not come to church, and a permanent facility will increase our ability to live out our mission in this community, seven days a week.

Will the farmhouse that is on the property be removed?

The farmhouse, circa 1890, will remain standing (with essential upgrades), giving us needed space for student groups, meetings, and offices. We will save money by not building those spaces from the ground up in the new building.

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