Community

Help With Distance-Learning

Bringing the Kingdom… Education and the Kingdom With distant learning rolling out across our county, both teachers and parents are scrambling to navigate the system. Amidst their challenging workloads, our vulnerable families often work two to three jobs—and for most, English is their second language. As many children will be left to figure out the system on their own, our church has a unique opportunity to get involved! Help shape and build the future by investing in the next generation…

Help 100 Families

But… What if you COULD feed a hundred? With PCC Partner Generations United (GU), you can help ensure that 100 families will have quality fresh food every week. This initiative will build on another current partnership between GU and Facebook, which distributes fresh food weekly to those most in need within our community. We now have an opportunity to significantly broaden our reach! How? PCCers are joining together with people from the Latino community—preparing food for distribution and delivering it to families…

The Bay Area Blessing

GOD IS FOR YOU! At this unique and challenging time over 50 local churches have come together to sing a blessing over the Bay Area. This song is for everyone, for people of all faiths, and for people who may not yet believe. Never before have our churches come together to worship as one through song. This song demonstrates the power of the church being in every community and every street, serving the most vulnerable and isolated, and providing hope and encouragement. Release Date:…

Community Care Assistance

For those facing a financial challenge, especially now during COVID-19, Peninsula Covenant Church will consider providing assistance from its Community Care Fund. PCC is not a government-assisted agency. All available resources are collected by donations from our church community and given to members of the local community as a blessing. To request assistance, please fill out this online application.