We are a
Self-Designated Kindness Center
Are there days when you just feel like you could use a hug or maybe a kind word? Or, maybe you need a genuine smile or just a helping hand?
PCCUCC has embraced the 'Kindness Movement' and is committed to being a place where people help and support one another with compassion.
As you walk into our church, you’ll quickly feel a welcoming presence. Long-time church member, Allen Winter, made and erected a wooden wall plague listing Acts of Kindnessand two beautiful 6’ wooden signs that read, Choose Kindnessin the Narthex and Fellowship Hall. A bulletin board with kindness quotations from famous people and rotating photographs of church attendees was also created by other church attendees.
To help instill kindness and compassion as everyday choice responses, we are working to provide a number of opportunities to cultivate kindness in our lives and in our neighborhoods. Join us for worship and hear a story of compassion in action during our 'Kindness Moment' or join the 'Kindness Challenge' wherein we encourage all members and friends to enact as many acts of kindness as possible.