2017 is a new horizon. It will bring many surprises. Some will be filled with joy, and some will take us to our knees. Some surprises come from things we put into action, and some just seem to come out of nowhere. Regardless, we face 2017 with great anticipation and determination. Our journeys most often […]
What does Baptism, Parking Lot/driveway expansion, new church members, and Brunswick stew have to do with each other? That was the month we just had. Believe it or not, that was just the month of October. If only one of these had happened in the month, it should give us a moment to pause and […]
Gracious Heavenly Father, Please allow me to walk in your wisdom as I begin this new day. I hope to feel your hand upon me at every turn. As my faith grows deeper I become more familiar with your voice, your prompting and the unique way you have of tugging on my heart. Lord I […]
The Church is one body, shining light in dark places and sharing a glimmer of hope to the hopeless. However, some say the light is dimming. The Church is declining, closing their doors. People are closing their hearts. Could this be the Church we know? The truth is that the Holy Spirit is doing a […]
On April 18th members of Park View Christian Church joined with hundreds of volunteers to participate in the 20th Annual Paint Your Heart Out sponsored by the Portsmouth Rotary Club. Six houses were selected based on a number of criteria, including being below the poverty line, for painting, cleanup, minor repairs, and other tasks. Gina […]
The two congregations that meet in this building are making a difference in our local and worldwide community: On November 17 PVCC delivered 13 Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes to the collection point in Deep Creek. On December 5 Janet Sydenstricker, Margaret Powell, Gina Artz, Polly Parker, Bruce Parker and Carolyn Jones delivered presents from our […]
Help is needed each 3rd Wednesday to help serve breakfast to the homeless in Portsmouth at Oasis – talk to Leo Ruffing or Bruce Parker for details.
Amidst incredible devastation in the Philippines, your gifts to Week of Compassion are already making a difference. According to reports from our partners, more than 670,000 people in the Philippines have been displaced by Typhoon Haiyan; 41,000 houses have been damaged or destroyed, and 11.3 million people in nine regions of the country have been […]
We are having 2 to 4 families come for food each week. We need to continue bringing food so please see the list of Most Needed Items that is found in the narthex.