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God Without Religion

Even though God’s grace provides freedom, many of us live our lives exhausted. We get bogged down with the rigidness of religion instead of relaxing in the grace that provides the security of the relationship. We know that grace saves but we struggle to understand that grace is enough. This influences the intimacy we feel with God. Our effort becomes our sacrifice. Under the old law sacrifices were necessary to ensure our favorable standing with God. However, under the new law Jesus’s death on the cross served as the ultimate sacrifice, once and for all. We now operate not on a scale of checks and balances, but under an umbrella of grace.

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Locations

We want to make it as easy as possible to reach people all over Southeast North Carolina, so we now have three campuses in addition to our original Wilmington location. One church with one vision, just made more convenient for you.

Get Connected

There are a lot of ways to get involved at PC3. Whether you’re looking to volunteer on Sundays or get into a small group during the week, we want to make it easy to find your place.

Groups

Sunday services are an important part of your walk, but we believe that so much more growth happens when you’re also in a group. Find out how they work and how you can get connected.

Volunteer

It takes a village to make our services run smoothly, from our children’s ministry to video production and everything in between. Find out where your skills can make a difference.

Need Help?

If you’re going through a difficult time and would like to speak to someone or seek help, our counseling staff are here for you. Learn more about the resources available to you.

What’s Coming Up

Check out what’s coming up in the life of the church.

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