Welcome to Port City Community Church
Let us introduce ourselves. We’re PC3 Leland and our biggest goal is to reach people (like you!) and help them walk with God. Read below to get to know us a little better. We can’t wait to get to know you, too.
What to Expect When You Visit
- Try to get here about 20 minutes before the service starts. Not feeling rushed is always a good start, especially if you need to check your kids into our children’s ministries.
- We at PC3 Leland love a good cup of coffee, so we serve a delicious free cup. Stop by our cafe every Sunday.
- Visit the friendly faces on the Host Team anytime for more information or advice. This is especially helpful if you have children and need help checking them into their respective services.
- Our services last about 70 minutes.
Experience a Service
Want to check out a service without having to leave the house? You can watch a full PC3 service online before we see you in person. The best thing about previewing a service online? Sweatpants are completely acceptable.
We want to care for your kids in the same way we would our own. That’s why we’ve created environments for your children (from birth to 5th grade) that are both safe and engaging as they learn more about God and the Bible. Our hope is that as they grow, what they learn on Sunday can be a springboard for more conversations about God and faith with you during the week.
Students are the future of the church and the world, and we have an opportunity to reach them and help them grow in a way that works best for them. We strive to make our student environments dynamic, personal and fun – a place they’ll actually want to go every week.
You aren’t exactly like everyone else and neither is your faith journey. Each person’s journey is unique and deeply personal. There is only one way to God the Father, but there are many paths to Jesus Christ. As a church, we want to come alongside each person and provide places for them to question, connect, learn, be challenged and serve others. Even though our journeys vary and we all enter the path at different points, there are distinctive markers of growth we should look for along the way.