Pearce Discovery Seminar is offered to help orient people to this faith community. Discovery Seminars are a wonderful way to get connected at Pearce Church and are offered three times a year. Each session is led by a Pearce pastor and will cover everything from Pearce’s history to ways you can grow in your relationship with God.

PHPN (Pearce Has Pearce Needs) is an excellent way to help others and find something when you need it. Sign up to be a part of this email group, and you’ll hear about others’ needs (anything from a wet-vac to a car-topper) and be able to post your own needs or items to borrow or give away. Email to join.

Small Groups meet throughout the year at various locations. Participating in a small group is a great way to get connected at Pearce and grow in your faith and walk with Jesus Christ. If you are interested in sharing in a group or have questions about small group ministry at Pearce, please contact Pastor Jeremy Kelly.

Golden Heirs (for adults over 55) meet the second Monday of the month, from September to June for a noon luncheon. The luncheon is held in the Friendship Center and everyone is asked to bring a dish to pass. Following lunch, there is a program or speaker that focuses on varied topics of interest.

The Pearce Choir rehearses on Thursdays, from 6:30-8pm. We are an intergenerational choir that sings in our Sunday morning services every weekend. We are also an eclectic choir, singing a wide variety of music including contemporary, gospel, hymn, jazz, and classical arrangements. Please come on any Thursday for rehearsal—you do not need to audition to join this group! Contact Pastor Tim Lambert for more information at

Morning Moms meets on Friday mornings at 9:30am (September-April). Child care is available for children from birth to age 5. Come, and bring a friend who could use a little time with other moms for support, encouragement, and friendship. If you are interested, contact Jessica Newcomb at to learn more.

Neighborly Help: This branch of Pearce’s Men’s Ministry involves teams of men who help widows, widowers, seniors, single parents, and others [within our congregation] who find themselves in need because of “stage of life” situations. “Stage of life” situations can be due to things such as advancing age, deteriorating health or mobility, loss of income, or changing stages of raising a family. They meet the first Saturday of each month at 9am, if you would like to help.  If you are in need of the service of Neighborly Help, you may contact them by emailing