For everyone whosoever, who shall call on the name of the Lord, shall be saved.

Family is at the heart of everything we believe and everything we do

Through our faith we are inspired to be good and caring neighbours

We endeavour to live in the generous and caring spirit of Christ our saviour

How do you dress for Church?

Members dress in a way that is respectful and honouring to the sanctity of the Church. Men usually dress in informal business style clothes ie. long dress trousers, business shirt and jacket as needed. The women wear dresses or skirts and always attend the services wearing a headscarf.

What Holidays do the PBCC celebrate?

Although we look forward to and appreciate the “Public Holidays” throughout the year as providing a good opportunity for family time, in the sense of ‘religious observance” we don’t celebrate any particular holiday.

Our celebration is the Lord’s Supper (Holy Communion) which we hold weekly.

Why don’t PBCC Churches have crosses or pictures of Jesus?

We don’t have these symbols on or in our Churches as the emphasis is on the moral or spiritual bearing of the Cross on our hearts and on our lives.

How often do you attend Church?

Meetings are arranged every day and members attend as they are able.

The Lord’s Day (Sunday) is a special day and starts early with the celebration of the Lord’s Supper. This is followed by a Bible reading later and then gospel preachings. Meetings that day are well attended. Bible readings, prayer meetings and other meetings during the week draw good attendances.

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