News & Events


We will celebrate the beginning of Pentecost and the birthday of the church on Sunday, May 20, with our annual Agape Worship Service and Feast.  The worship service and feast will be held in the Grace Room and observed with the PVCC choir singing and Epiphany’s playing.  We will have a lively time celebrating with… Read more AGAPE FEAST

FROM OUR INBOX–Disciples Women Retreat

June 22 – 24, 2018, the women of the Heartland Interregional, Indiana, Illinois/ Wisconsin, Kansas, Kansas City, Upper Midwest, Mid-America, and Nebraska regions are invited to Culver Stockton College, in Canton, MO to explore and celebrate how they are Called, Connected and Charged for Christ. Mission opportunities will be offered Friday, June 22, beginning at… Read more FROM OUR INBOX–Disciples Women Retreat


#UnitySummer #BuildingBridges A benefit dinner will be held Friday, May 18, 6:30pm (at First Mennonite Church of Newton, 429 E. First St., Newton) to help rebuild Petra Restaurant.  Purchase tickets no later than May 17, from First Mennonite Church of Newton by calling (316) 283-0273.


When the building of the caretaker house began last fall, every South Central Church was challenged to take part in building it. Since many of you said that you were painters or that you had other indoor finishing skills, we could certainly use your help! The paint is being ordered this week and painting will… Read more CAMP TAWAKONI


The International Rescue Committee (1530 S. Oliver, Suite 270) is holding a brown bag advocacy lunch May 21, 11:30am – 12:30pm to meet other compassionate humans who care about refuges and discuss the upcoming World Refugee Day (June 20). Hear the latest updates, policies and upcoming decisions by Congress and the Administration on refugee funding,… Read more ADVOCACY BROWN BAG LUNCH


Some of our members traveled to Topeka; on Monday; to participate in the Poor People’s Campaign.  Activists flooded the streets and shut down a downtown Topeka intersection as part of a nationwide protest by poor and disenfranchised people, clergy, and advocates. Beginning at the statehouse, they moved to the intersection of SW 9th and Topeka… Read more POOR PEOPLE’S CAMPAIGN