Some college students spent their summer reaching youth for Christ at YOM summer camps.
Staff, faculty, and students joined teams to share the gospel around the world.
The student body united to support One More Child’s mission of sharing the gospel with families in need.
Each semester, students are invited to get involved in the community through different service groups that reach the young and the old for Christ.
Students volunteered their time and energy to serve the local community for Christ.
Over several weeks, the PCC student body—past and present—united to raise support for the Children’s Hunger Fund in the Philippines.
Every semester, students gather to choose a Christian Service group to invest in others, learning invaluable lessons for future ministry.
Summer work students embraced opportunities to serve the community by wrapping up 2020–2021 Serve Pensacola projects.
Students and faculty step away from academics to minister to youth and teens in Youth Outreach Ministry summer camps.
Students take their musical talents and giving hearts on the road as they serve and minister to others across the United States.
Many students remained on campus for opportunities to have fun, make new friends, and earn financial assistance.
Through Serve Pensacola and the Missions Project, the student body grew together while serving others.