Losing Our Buts
Life is unfair and sometimes cruel. Sometimes we're the victim of someone else's irresponsibility. But if I'm not careful, blaming others for my lack of progress can become a habit. But it's not hurting anyone has become a cultural value by which many people live their lives. We all have times in our lives when we feel inadequate. Every single person is insecure in some way. We all doubt if we have what it takes in one area or another. This series is all about the excuses, all the "but I'm not", "but I can't", "but it's not my", "but I just can't stop" excuses that keep ...
Christmas Eve at Prairie Heights
What if this Christmas was different? What if...Church was engaging? your kids enjoyed it AND wanted to come back? you felt comfortable and welcomed? the music was awesome? what you heard helped you in your daily life? your teenager wasn't bored? What if the hour your spent was worth it? Celebrate Christmas Eve at Prairie Heights. Christmas Eve services at 4pm and 6pm at the FargoDome.
Like A Child
Whether we're nostalgic or overscheduled, this season can find us longing for a simpler time when joy was wholehearted and love was unrestrained. Let's re-discover what it means to live and believe Like A Child. Join us Sundays in December at 9:30 and 11:00am at the FargoDome. You'll HEAR entertaining and uplifting music. You'll TASTE piping hot, delicious, gourmet, FREE coffee. You're WELCOME to "come as you are" whether you're married, with children, without children, single, single again, or whatever your stage in life! Your CHILDREN will love their action-packed, safe, fun-filled environment!
In 2000 Prairie Heights Community Church started with 7 people around a breakfast table at the Expressway Inn. God has done miraculous things since then! Today there are over 2,500 people who call Prairie Heights their church home. On October 6th we will launch into a stage that is going to impact Fargo-Moorhead in a way we have never attempted before. If you would like more information on the We.Will.Build initiative, visit phccwewillbuild.com.
What is Servilization? Wherever a Prairie Heighter eats or shops or lives or works or holds a life group; in some way the people at that place are elevated, as a follower of Jesus Christ is available to serve the physical and emotional needs of others! See it. Own it. Solve it. Do it! We don’t need a title to serve! We are inviting you to be a servilized citizen of a new servilization. We believe that EVERY person has VALUE and WORTH. At PHCC, we want to invest in others to help each person discover their unique talents and gifts. When we discover how ...