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Do I need to reserve a seat?
There is no formal requirement to book a seat for an in-person service. However, our Church Database system does log who attends church so that should there be a issue we can contact you quickly and efficiently. This tracking is done automatically by our Welcome Team at the door.
Who attends your church?
Whether you’re young or a senior adult, single, or married with or without kids, you’ll feel encouraged by the authentic community we have here at PCF Church. You can visit as many times as you want without any obligations or pressure. And who knows—you just might decide to make PCF Church your new church home! As you plan your visit, here are some things to know.
What is the worship like?
We begin each service with vibrant, contemporary Christian music led by our PCF Worship team. Whether you lift your hands in praise and sing along or stand in quiet reflection, we hope you’ll feel God’s presence.
What kind of message/preaching will I hear?
You’ll hear an encouraging Bible-based message by our Pastors. We also have some regular gifted local speakers on occasion who will share an uplifting message.
What should I wear?
At PCF Church, you’ll see everything from suits to T-shirts and shorts. Wear what makes you feel comfortable—you’re among family here!
We will welcome you with or without a face mask - we will have spare masks available should you have forgotten yours and you would prefer to wear one. Our seats are spaced to try and keep people safe.
How long is the service?
Our in-person services finish promptly around 75 minutes (approximates 60 for online services).
Some of our services end with an opportunity for you to receive prayer and one-on-one ministry from a trained staff member or volunteer.
KEEPING YOU SAFE
Your health, wellbeing and safety are of paramount importance to us,
so we’ve implemented a number of changes in our buildings to ensure your peace of mind:
The church building has been deep cleaned and disinfected and we’ve introduced a regime that includes a higher frequency of cleaning.
All of our activities and meetings have been COVID risk assessed.
PCF staff and volunteer teams have been fully trained.
We’re providing PPE for all staff and our volunteer teams.
At various points around the building you will find hand sanitisation stations.
We have set out seating within all of our meeting spaces to keep people safe.
Between services and after every activity our venues are cleaned and disinfected.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are attending with a baby, please ask a member of the team that is serving and they will direct you to where you can feed.
Should you have any questions that we have not answered here, please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our team will get back to you with an answer.
If you have been diagnosed with or are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 we must ask that you do not attend any of PCF church services.
Likewise, if you have been in close contact with a person that has been diagnosed or is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, please stay at home and watch PCF online church services.
In addition, if you have returned from international travel or have been in close contact with someone that has just returned from international travel in the last 14 days, please stay at home.
If any of these apply to you, please let our pastoral team know as we want to support you however we can.
Face masks are totally optional.
With generosity being an integral part of our culture at PCF Church we wanted to make giving as simple as possible for everyone. We’re still encouraging everyone to give online via our giving page, however, at each of our in-services there will be an offering station which will be situated at the back of the auditorium as you leave.
Thank you church!
Your giving is making such a difference to the Kingdom of God.
The church has been deep cleaned and disinfected. The frequency of our cleaning has been increased, plus all surfaces will be sanitised between services.
The church bathroom facilities are open.
We have limited the capacity of our venues so that we can create a safe experience.
PCF Church has bathroom facilities, however, these will be open with limited availability.
If you are attending a meeting with children and they need to use the facilities, we ask that you accompany them.
The worship in the auditorium could either be live or via video.