While this summer of change redirected the ministry efforts of many, PCC students found other ways to be fruitful in service.
Taking this summer’s changes in stride, student camp leaders remain focused on serving others at Youth Outreach Ministry camps.
PCC’s student body partnered with Campus Church’s Christmas Mission Project to hold the first ever fall Missions Run!
PCC students turned their hearts toward the cause of missions during the Campus Church Missions Conference.
With summer jobs, time with family, and relaxing from classes, summer for these students also includes focusing on others.
Some PCC students traveled around the globe with Youth Ministry Outreach Ministries to reach others.
Over the summer, PCC’s campus transforms from holding classes to hosting YOM’s summer camps, with PCC students and faculty stepping up to serve.
Over the summer, teams of PCC students hit the road with Proclaim to minister to others across the U.S.
Students took to the course while donating toward Medical Missions Outreach in Tanzania for 2019’s Missions Run.
Hundreds of students recently invested in the Pensacola community by cleaning and restoring local parks and retirement centers.
The PCC and Campus Church family worked together to provide donations and volunteer work to those affected by Hurricane Michael in the Gulf Coast communities.
Student-led Christian Service ministries are seeing an increase in interest toward reaching the Pensacola area for Christ.