Know His Joy

Change His World

Making Disciples Who Know His Joy And Change His World

Peninsula Community Chapel is a place where you can feel at home, grow in your relationship with Christ, and find opportunities to serve both locally and globally. Join us for worship and fellowship on Sunday mornings at 9:00AM and 10:45AM or during the week at any of our community groups and experience Christian fellowship that is deeply rooted in God's Word.

Peninsula Community Chapel

4209 Big Bethel Road, Yorktown, VA 23693  |  (757) 867-8530  | office@pccyorktown.com
Sundays at 9:00AM & 10:45AM

New Sermon Series

Starting Sunday, June 30!

1 Thessalonians

Faith for Today & Hope for Tomorrow
In this sermon series based on 1 Thessalonians, we will explore how our future hope shapes our lives here and now. God's Word tells us that Jesus will eventually return to set all things right. How does that promise transform the way we live now as we wait for his return? It certainly should not lead to passive inaction or lethargy. The apostle Paul's letter to the Thessalonians provides timeless wisdom and guidance on how to eagerly anticipate the Lord's return while actively engaging with the world around us. Join us to learn why we can have hope for the future and how that future hope changes lives here and now.

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Worship Services
Sundays at 9:00AM & 10:45AM

Home Groups / Community Groups
Meeting weekly in homes across the Peninsula
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Contact Info
Peninsula Community Chapel
4209 Big Bethel Road, Yorktown, VA 23693
(757) 867-8530  |  office@pccyorktown.com

Greetings from the Lead Pastor

Garrett Spitz 
Lead Pastor
I hope that when you come to PCC you get an understanding that Jesus and the cross is a whole lot more than just an entry level truth. I hope that you might come and hang around for a while and make sure you know who Jesus is and get to decide whether or not you like him. It’s got to begin there. “Do I even like him? Do I want to get to know him? What does the Bible tell me about him that makes him an interesting person, a loving person – someone that I want to know as a friend?” And then for you to not only find him interesting and engaging and attractive but to see that he is making a difference in the lives of other people. I hope that you would come and hang around and make some friendships here and find that Jesus is the one who is restoring lives. His work on the cross provides forgiveness and inner transformation.

Jesus is the one who is taking people whose lives are tragically and very evidently broken and yet he has given them hope to go on. Jesus is the one who has taken people whose lives are quite successful but have realized how that isn't enough and they want to be part of a bigger story. Jesus is making himself their treasure and pleasure too. And after you get to hear who he is and see what he is doing, I hope you’ll come to a point of deciding that you want that for your life and want Jesus to be your treasure and pleasure - that you would want to be caught up in the story that God is telling throughout all of history so that you, like we, would become mobilized to get that story, both verbally and in deed, out to the whole world.