Worship Each Week & Daily Prayer
We host in-person services on Saturdays at 5 pm,
and Sunday mornings at 8 am and 9:30 am.
Grow in Faith
through listening, paying attention, and reading 5 verses a day
Morning Devotion
Each day, except Sunday, Pastor Jason shares a brief 4-7 minute scripture reading, reflection, response, and prayer. During the season of Lent, Pastor Jason is sharing the gospel of Mark, which will be read through by Easter. We encourage you to read this gospel. The associated devotion is posted to Prairie Avenue's Facebook page.
You may also access it on the church website: prairieavenuechristianchurch.org/daily-devotional. It is posted around 8:20 to 8:30 each morning.
Use Your Gifts by sharing five acts of love and kindness each week
Pray with Egypt, May 30, 2021 - Global Ministries

Lectionary Selection: John 3:1-17 Prayers for Egypt Lord, we rejoice in your love for us - for the gift of eternal life through your Son, for the movement of your Spirit in and around us. May you bless us with ... Read more

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Give Regularly through five acts of generosity each month
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT! Our support for Pentecost offering is $540.40. If you would still like to contribute, you may send your support via mail or online here.
Justice and Lasting Peace: Action Update And A Prayer...

What began as a peaceful demonstration to oppose the eviction of several Palestinian families from the Shaikh Jarrah neighborhood of East Jerusalem led to a violent crackdown by Israeli police, and the situation escalated rapidly. Since May 10,...

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General Fund

Donations given to the Prairie Avenue Christian Church General Fund support the year-round ministries of the church. Your generous support keeps our building, staff, and operations working for the mission of the church. The mission of Prairie...

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Fundraising Project - reFresh Capital Campaign

Announced at the State of the Church address on June 30, 2015, the reFresh capital campaign has two improvement/update priorities: updating HVAC equipment and internet/network accessibility.

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For instructions in registering your Kroger Rewards Card, Click Here.

The Organization code for Prairie Avenue Christian Church is: BY235.
$29.90 was raised by 14 households who have linked their Kroger customer reward cards to support Prairie Avenue Christian Church. The quarterly contribution is for shopping at Kroger during January - March, 2021.

Joining to support the ministries of Prairie Avenue Christian Church is FREE. Any transactions moving forward using the Shopper’s Card number associated with your digital account will be applied to the program, at no added cost to you. Kroger donates annually to participating organizations based on your percentage of spending as it relates to the total spending associated with all participating Kroger Community Rewards organizations.
Get Your Disciples Apparel and Gear Here!

Get your Disciples polos, hats, and hoodies in a variety of colors. Order by the 15th to be included in this month's production! 10% of the proceeds benefits the Disciples Mission Fund!

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Prairie Avenue Christian Church is a listed charity with the Smile.Amazon program. Please use smile.amazon.com, and choose Prairie Avenue Christian Church for your generous support. We received$7.39 donation from the AmazonSmile Foundation as a result of AmazonSmile program activity between October 1 and December 31, 2020.
Share Your Faith through inviting 5 people to church this year
In Other News
To find out more about NAPAD, go to https://napad.net
To find out more about New Church Ministry, go to https://newchurchministry.org
To find out more about the Pentecost offering, go to https://disciplesmissionfund.org/spec...
To find out more about a new small group study, Covenant Conversations, go to https://disciples.org/our-identity/co...
To read the statement on anti-Asian violence, go to https://disciples.org/congregations/c...

Imagine with Me: North American Pacific/Asian Disciples
"Many times we say about the covenant, only covenant for the denomination or something, but we have to remember that we have a covenant as a Christian and we have a covenant as a brother and sister in Christ. That's the first thing. People feel that and when they find that important aspect in our church, people will come." - Rev. Chung Seong Kim, executive pastor for North American Pacific/Asian Disciples 

Rev. Terri Hord Owens talks with the executive pastor for North American Pacific/Asian Disciples (NAPAD), Rev. Chung Seong Kim about the ways congregations in his community are living out the Pentecost story of inclusiveness and growth.
SAVE THE DATE! August 7, 2021 Nothing can separate us from the love of God! #DisciplesConnect2021 Stay tuned to Disciples News Service for details as they become available.