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A community of those over 50 in which God’s purposes for their lives are fulfilled through fellowship, spiritual growth, service and fun. One of the main purposes in the life of a church community is to expand opportunities for full participation in the fellowship of that body. Real fellowship is more than attending services or having a potluck together. It is experiencing life together.

Vision Statement
A PCC ministry that encourages people 50 & above to discover and actively pursue God’s purposes for their lives.

For information on any of these events, see our Sunday bulletins, subscribe to PLUS@PCC, or send an email to Peter Perkins.


Details: Hike is a moderate level of difficulty going along the hillside with up and down sections. This is a great trail with interesting environment and good views. Many majestic trees and colorful plants adorn the Park. The California Native Plant Society’s lists the remarkable diversity plant species found here. Meet on Edgewood Rd just prior to Canada Rd. There is parking available along Edgewood. We will wait for you at the TrailHead on the So side of Edgewood about 200 ft. from Canada Rd.  Also you are invited immediately following the hike to join us for coffee at Emerald Hill Cafe at Oak Knoll & Canyon in RC!
Driving directions: From The Alameda in Redwood City turn West on Edgewood Rd. The park is just before the intersection of Crestview and Edgewood Rd.

PCC Generations Perspectives: Perseverance
“The Lord is good and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations.” Psalm 100:5

The span of generations that is visible everyday on our PCC campus gives full credence to the words of the psalmist extolling God’s love and faithfulness across the ages.

Sociologists have sorted, sifted, and filtered America’s populace into six living generations:

  • GI Generation (born 1901 – 1924)
  • Silent Generation (born 1925 – 1942)
  • Baby Boomers (born 1943 – 1964)
  • Generation X (born 1965 – 1979)
  • Millennials (born 1980 – 2000)
  • iGeneration (born 2001 – 2015)
This month’s PLUS Update features six guest columnists, representing four of these generational groupings, sharing their perspectives on the topic of “Perseverance”.
Enjoy our columnists stories by clicking on “PCC Generations Perspectives: Perseverance”


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Sunday @ 9:00 am
Toews Fellowship Hall, Room 20
Instructors: Dave & Don Worthington and Peter Payne
Hosted by David Faussone

Sunday @ 10:30 am
Toews Fellowship Hall, Room 22A
Instructor: Mike Vice
Hosted by Larry & Sue Nunan

Sunday @ 10:30 am
Toews Fellowship Hall, Room 20
Instructor: Paul Sahlin
Hosted by Tom Carter

Thursday @ 10:30 am
Toews Fellowship Hall, Room 20
Instructor: Peter Perkins
Hosted by Marge Perry