• Adults
  • Men
  • Support Groups
  • Women
  • Amigos

    Men, Adults, Women

    Amigos

    Amigos is a fellowship group aimed at our 50+ population, single and married. Our mission is to expand and enrich the friendships we have within the Church. Four or five events are typically held throughout the year.

  • Bridge Group

    Adults, Men, Women

    Bridge Group

    Card enthusiasts are invited to join on the first and third Mondays in the Chapel Library. Both men and women enjoy a bit of competition as well as fellowship.

  • Dinner Groups

    Adults, Men, Women

    Dinner Groups

    Throughout the year, groups meet at different homes and each person brings a dish to share. Individuals are asked to host dinner once a year.

  • Los Locos

    Adults, Men, Women

    Los Locos

    Los Locos is a dynamic & energetic group of both singles and couples in their 30-50’s. Come enjoy the social activities that this fun group has planned throughout the year and meet other families ofPinnacle.

  • Men's Fellowship Breakfast

    Men

    Men's Fellowship Breakfast

    Men’s Fellowship Breakfast group gathers to discuss everyday issues in light of Christian faith. It is a great opportunity to meet other men in the church and share insights and fellowship.

  • Pinnacle Hikers

    Adults, Men, Women

    Pinnacle Hikers

    Adult hiking enthusiasts embark on a monthly hike of approximately four miles duration in and around our scenic valley. The hikes range from easy to moderate in difficulty and the companionship is outstanding.

  • Yoga

    Adults, Women

    Yoga

    For fun and flexibility, join the adult Hatha Yoga classes for beginners through intermediate abilities.

  • Act II – Beyond Cancer

    Support Groups

    Act II – Beyond Cancer

    This is a caring group whose lives have been touched by cancer. The hope is that you will find strength and inspiration from their own personal stories, discussions, and expressions of caring.

  • Alcoholics Anonymous

    Support Groups

    Alcoholics Anonymous

    AA is a fellowship of men and women that seek sobriety on a daily basis.

  • Al–Anon

    Support Groups

    Al–Anon

    ach Al–Anon Family Group has but one purpose: to help families and friends of alcoholics.

  • Lifeline: A Caregiver Support Group

    Support Groups

    Lifeline: A Caregiver Support Group

    As a caregiver we give all we can to our loved ones, yet we often ignore the care that we need. Caregivers come in all shapes and sizes: those who care for a spouse, child, parent or a friend.

  • Good Grief

    Support Groups

    Good Grief

    A support group for those who have lost loved ones. When we lose someone precious to us, we wonder– “Why did this happen to me?” “Where is God when it hurts?” “Will I ever feel normal again?”

  • Homebound Ministry/Communion to the Farthest Pew:

    Homebound Ministry/Communion to the Farthest Pew:

    Pastors and lay leaders provide ministry and presence to those members in our congregation whom are homebound. Communion to the Farthest Pew provides an extension of PPC to those members who, temporarily or on a more long-term basis, are unable to attend church.

  • Soul Food

    Support Groups

    Soul Food

    A ministry of the Board of Deacons, the Soul Food committee is made up of volunteers from the church willing to supply meals on an as needed basis to individuals and families during their time of need.

  • Deacon CARE Groups

    Deacon CARE Groups

    ministry of the deacon board, C.A.R.E. stands for Communication, Assimilation, Reaching-out and Engaging. Each deacon receives a list of names and addresses of members who will make up their C.A.R.E. community.