If you find yourself facing adversity, let us come alongside you. We show the love of Jesus through pastoral care, prayer, hospital visitation, recovery groups, meals, and other resources for those who have need.

Prayer Request
We would love to pray for you! Prayer request submitted here will be forwarded to our prayer chain and staff. Trained prayer ministers are also available to pray with you on Sundays following each of our worship services.
Pastoral Care
If you find yourself facing a crisis, needing a hospital visit, or wanting prayer, our pastors are available to meet with you. We also offer support for those who need someone to come alongside them to offer consistent care and prayer for a month or two through The Bridge Ministry. Contact: Sue Ashby.
Deacon Ministry
We are blessed to have Deacons to provide caring support for you or a loved one. Deacons are men and women chosen by the congregation and ordained for the purpose of ministering to those facing difficulties, grief, pain, or stress. If you, or someone you know needs deacon care, or if you’d like to help out on a deacon care team, please contact the church office.
The Bridge
The Bridge is a ministry of listening and walking alongside another person who is experiencing a life challenge. It is designed to provide short term, confidential one-to-one Christian emotional and spiritual care and support. This ministry enhances and coordinates with Deacon care as a “bridge” leading folks into a deeper fellowship with our church body connecting care receivers with church or community resources as needed. Contact the TheBridge@mypcom.com for more information. For Women, email Jackie Kosewick or call (949) 584-2590. For Men, call Merle Smith at (949) 632-0164.
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is a volunteer-based organization offering self-help for families and friends of those suffering from serious mental disorders. Founded in 1980, it offers family support groups, advocates for legislation, supports research efforts, and works to educate the public to reduce stigma. The organization meets weekly at PCOM to serve the local community.
Serve: Team or individual participation in the NAMI WALK, an annual fundraising event; prayer, and financial assistance are all welcomed!
Contact: www.namioc.org, www.nami.org or Donna Pollard.
Grief Recovery Group
Our Grief Recovery Group will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. This support group is led by professionals who offer access to valuable resources to help you recover from your loss and look forward to rebuilding your life. Contact: Karen Wilkinson or Karen Carson.
Additional Support Groups
PCOM hosts numerous groups for those are in the process of recovering and healing. Among them are AA (Alcoholics Anonymous), OA (Overeaters Anonymous) and COSA. Contact Carol Marleau for more information.