We will address the overwhelming needs of the poor in our city by engaging in incarnational ministry that will help reverse poverty trends. We will support ministries that are truly extending the hope of Christ, as well as developing new models that will help us love the poor out of poverty.
In 2016 our denomination, the Presbyterian Church in America, passed a resolution to recommit itself to “the Gospel task of racial reconciliation.” PCPC will continue to lead in addressing issues of racial brokenness in Dallas by partnering with other churches to proclaim the beauty of the Gospel to all mankind. We will worship together, pray together, and serve the city together, showing the power of the love of Christ in our love for one another.
We will help train and equip leaders to serve the city to lead in every sphere of influence through growing Pegasus Fellowship and PCPC@WORK. It is our desire to see our city and world transformed as our members seek to honor God in the various work environments in which He has strategically placed them. Through these initiatives, we will prepare our people to think biblically, to reflect corporately, and to act strategically as God’s ambassadors in their public lives.
More than anything else, we live in a city that desperately needs the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We will continue to proclaim the truth of God’s Word in love through every ministry of PCPC. This means we take seriously the Great Commission in our own city. We affirm the responsibility of each person to repent and believe in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord and our responsibility to extend the Gospel invitation as a call to salvation to everyone who hears its message.