Celebrate Recovery BBQ – May 4


Hallelujah, the Celebrate Recovery Program is about to begin at Pacific Church! Celebrate Recovery BBQ May 4th (after church) Serving Recovery Dogs; Denial Burgers, & Salvation Slaw, and more. A Celebrate Recovery table will be set up with information about the 12-step program and for anyone who may have questions about the ministry. Come enjoy…

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Mothers and Others Luncheon is May 3rd


Calling all women!  You are special, and you are loved.  Do you know someone who needs a special time of encouragement?  Invite your friends, mothers, sisters and daughters (high school age and older) to join us for lunch! Plan on a very special afternoon.  There’ll be incredible food, sweet treats, marvelous company and this year’s…

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Spring Worship Series


Sometimes we struggle to keep our focus on Jesus.  Do you wish you had an hour where you could just sing, pray, and glorify God?  Join us in the sanctuary at 7pm on the first Wednesday of April, May and June.

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The Next PCI Blood Drive is July 20th


Here’s your head start notice about the next blood drive, as it’s smack dab in the middle of summer, and sometimes people forget about these things. We’ll have the red cross back out to the church on July 20th.  If you’d like to sign-up now, it would be great! God Bless, Benjamin Click here to…

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Matthew 6:33 “But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness and all these things will be given to you.” Jesus clearly says to put Him and His cause first. Unless we do that our “autopilot” will be, “Me First.” Though virtually anyone with a pulse will see through the raw self-centeredness of “me first,” we…

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Sermon notes for March 23, 2008: Easter Sunday


A New Beginning 1 – We don’t have the power to change the big things. [slideshare id=321631&doc=new-beginning-1-we-dont-have-the-power-to-change-the-big-things-1206486620642279-4&w=425] [podcast]//[/podcast] Right click here to download sermon, then from the window that pops up click on “save target as” or “save as” and it will save on your computer. Click to subscribe to Pacific Church of Irvine (Sermons)

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