The goal of this ministry is to build disciples for Christ (Matthew 28:18-20) and to prepare men and women for ministry (Ephesians 4:11-13). We aim to learn and grow deeper in our knowledge of scripture and how Christian faith meets contemporary life. We also want to grow together as a church community; discipling and being discipled. We hope you'll join us Sunday mornings at 9AM as we wrestle with what it means to follow Jesus, together.
Sept 15 . Sept 22 . Sept 29
This class is designed to share the overall mission and vision of PCC and how we as a church seek to pursue that mission together. During this three week class, we will discuss what the church believes, what the mission of Jesus means to us, and how we can discover and experience the life changing love of Christ together. We will also talk about the history of the church and what it means to become a member of PCC. If you are new, or simply interested in learning more about the church, please join us as we discuss the history, values, and mission of PCC.
Oct 6 - Nov 3
Both Jewish and Christian communities agree that the Shema, or the Greatest Commandment, is the most important commandment that God ever gave humanity. But what does it mean to love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, and strength? What kind of love is Jesus truly calling us to? Join us as we explore five key words of the Greatest Commandment and discover how to hear and follow this essential command today.
Nov 10 . Nov 17 . Nov 24
The book of Ruth is a story about loss, loyalty, and God’s redeeming love. Ruth teaches us how to love actively and sacrificially as she leaves the safety of her home and moves to a foreign country in order to take care of her mother-in-law Naomi. God calls us to love our neighbors as ourselves, and the book of Ruth shows us how God provides abundantly for those who lay down their lives for the sake of others. Join us as we discuss Ruth’s example of love, and explore how God calls us to practice sacrificial love today.
Our DISCIPLESHIP:YOUTH courses are designed to give students (grades 8-12) the opportunity to more closely study the Bible together, share opinions about how the Bible relates to the world they live in and to help build disciples who will share their faith with those they encounter everyday.
Contact Doug Schoenberger, Ministry Leader
Our PCCID course provides you the opportunity to understand Princeton Community Church's identity and mission in Central Jersey. The course will help you to learn more about the history of PCC and
what it means to become a valued member of our church community.
This course is offered two times a year.
If you are interested in learning about this class
and church membership today, please click here.