Make today a time of prayer for our IMB missionaries serving and sharing Jesus all over the globe.
View this special message from Pastor Frank,
and then please share with your family and friends.
An easy way to introduce others to Jesus is to invite them to join you at church.
Take advantage of this Christmas season when hearts are most receptive,
and invite people to PBC, where they will surely hear about Jesus.
Every day, there are more and more people who are homeless, downtrodden, and lost. These are the people the Hope Center looks to serve. Please pray for the Hope Center as they change lives by being the hands and feet of Jesus in downtown Hagerstown.
Should you want to support the Hope Center during this Christmas season, pantry items may be dropped off at 125 North Prospect Street, Hagerstown, MD, 21740. (Parking lot is behind the building.)
For other information on Hope Center donations, please use this link:
Hope Center Donations
Take time to brighten someone’s day with a visit. This small gesture can have a huge impact on someone who is longing for fellowship.
We serve God when we serve others, “whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” Matthew 25:40
Please view this special message from Pastor Geoff, and share this link with others.
With Compassion, the HAPC makes a difference in the lives of women that are experiencing difficult or unplanned pregnancies.
Please pray for the HAPC as they provide care and share the saving grace of Jesus
with these expectant mothers.
Should you want to supprt the HAPC during this Christmas season, diapers and other supplies may be dropped off at 109 Baltimore Street, Hagerstown, MD, 21740.
To make an online financial donation, click here: HAPC Online Donations
Showing love to others is part of God’s command.
Sending a card that shares the hope we have in Jesus is an easy way to show love.
Send a Christmas card to someone who’s not on your usual mailing list.
No one can win the battle against sin,
so God sent His perfect, sinless Son to save us and restore our bond with Him.
Christmas is about salvation.
The angel told the shepherds, “Behold, I bring you good news of great joy”.
That same good news is relevant today.
Read Luke 2:1-20 to be reminded of the source of our joy at Christmas and always.