Plymouth Covenant Church launched as a leap of faith in 1968 with the purchase of the 18 acres of land where PCC's facility currently sits. Six years later people began meeting in homes, followed soon after by PCC's first public worship services held at an elementary school. God was faithful and the church body grew. A small church building was built at their current location in 1980 and has been expanded over the years to keep step with their growing congregation. They've worked hard over the past few years to align the look and feel throughout the building to reflect who PCC is today.
Throughout its history, the PCC congregation has deeply valued inspiring worship and authentic community. For 18 years, God has honored the faithfulness of Senior Pastor Dan Johnson and a remarkably diverse team of staff and lay leadership. They invite anyone and everyone to "come and see" - to encounter the goodness and greatness of the Lord's presence together. PCC isn't just friendly; people can find true friends as part of this Christ-centered community. Each weekend, an average of 1,500 people participate in worship services both onsite and online (click here for more info). Join any gathering and you'll discover PCC is intentionally relational, biblical, and transformational.
For the past 15 years, PCC children's ministry has been shaped and steered by a tremendously creative and thoughtful leader who has transitioned to serve another budding church in the area. This shift has opened the door for a new Children's Ministry Pastor to join PCC's team. The surrounding area is teeming with young families and it's time to see how God wants to grow the kids ministry as COVID restrictions loosen. Currently an average of 135-155 kids participate onsite (~200 pre-COVID), with roughly 85 volunteers serving regularly. PCC's early childhood and elementary age ministries have a strong foundation to build on as the church heads into the future. The church is seeking a strategic, relational, leader-of-leaders who will champion the spiritual growth and development of children (birth through fifth grade) in and through PCC.