Where is the Church?
PCBC is located at 4480 Peachtree Corners Circle, Norcross, GA 30092. We are adjacent to the YMCA and between the cross streets of Spalding Drive and Hwy. 141 on Peachtree Corners Circle. Click Here For Google Maps and Directions From Your Location!
Where Do I Park?
Guest Parking is reserved in the front of the main building. In addition, we have ample handicap parking and a remote lot across the street with a shuttle bus service to the main entrance.
What Makes PCBC Unique?
Being located in the diverse, fast-growing North Atlanta metro area, we have a congregation of people from many walks of life and places. Our services combine both traditional and contemporary elements which create a fertile atmosphere for worship and praise. In addition, we have a strong Sunday School/Bible Study structure we call LIFE Groups to help people connect to each other and God's Word.
What Will the Service Be Like?
The 10:45 AM service is led by a praise team and the full PCBC choir and orchestra. The service is designed to begin with congregational Praise and Worship through music building to the preaching of the Word of God.
Will I Be Recognized as a Guest?
Guests are never singled out. However, we do ask that you fill out a information form provided to everyone in the Worship service. This allows us to follow up with you to see what you thought of your experience with us. The form may be placed in the offering plate at the appropriate time or given to an usher or staff member..
What Should I Wear to PCBC?
The answer to that is whatever makes you comfortable! Sunday morning you will see men in suits and ties as well as golf shirts and slacks.
How Long are the Services?
The services generally last around one hour and fifteen minutes.
Where Do My Children Go During the Service?
Upon arriving on campus at PCBC, please go to the Welcome Center in the main lobby. You will be directed to the appropriate area for each child's age.
When Do I Need to Arrive?
Plan to arrive 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the service or Bible Study.