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.
March 10 - April 14
We talk about Jesus a lot, and for good reason! But for all that talk, we can so easily lose touch with what Jesus came here to do. What is the Kingdom of God, and how could it possibly intersect with our mundane day-to-day lives? What was/is Jesus’ mission, and how are we called to participate in it? This year for Lent we will explore the book of Luke together using a daily devotional by NT Wright to reflect on these and other questions. We will meet together weekly to discuss the devotional readings, as together we encounter a Jesus that is at once familiar and surprising, and discover his true mission and your place in it.
Tracing the God of Love in the Old and New Testaments
While the Bible contains a vast multitude of metaphors for God, “God is Love” is one of the most important and commonly used of these metaphors. But, what kind of love does God identify with, and what does this love mean for us today? Join us as we use the book of Exodus and First John to explore how God is love, and how that shapes our modern Christian experience.
May 5 - May 12
Is science right? Is the Bible right? Does science conflict with Genesis 1? Join us at 9AM on May 5 and 12 to consider these important issues. Bob Prud'homme, a professor at Princeton University will address these questions and others you may have about evolution and the intersection between science and faith.
What do Christianity and the study of artificial intelligence have to say to each other? With a background in tech startups and nonprofits, computational social scientist Nathan Matias spends a lot of time thinking about artificial intelligence. He studies behavior change in groups and organizes citizen behavioral science in communities of millions where the power of digital technology is accountable to the public. He’ll talk with us about ethical, spiritual, and legal questions related to AI and faith.
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.
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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.
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