What Can You Expect

Service Times

Service Times

Saturday | 6:00PM
Sunday | 9:00AM & 11:00AM

Youth Service

Sunday | 6:00PM - 8:00PM

Celebrate Recovery

Thursdays | 5:30PM

What You Can Expect

First Time Guests

Look for “WELCOME GUEST” signs as you enter our upper parking lot for preferred spaces.

We would also love to meet you at our “WELCOME TABLE” in our lobby!

What can I expect when I visit Prescott Life Church?

You and your family can expect a vibrant, relevant, genuine experience with the Lord and the dynamic people who make up PLC. As you walk in the door you will be welcomed by an usher or greeter. Prior to Sunday service, feel free to stop by the Lakeview Room on the North side of the sanctuary (left side if you are facing the stage). Please help yourself to complimentary coffee & sweets.

What will my first visit be like?

Your visit to PLC will be a refreshing, God-filled experience. Our atmosphere is casual, so feel free to wear whatever is comfortable to you and join us! After church you can meet with Pastor Dave at the front of the church or at our Welcome Table in the back area of the sanctuary. Please feel to visit and ask any questions you may have about PLC. First time visitors will receive a gift from PLC and additional information about our ministries.

What is a Sunday service like?

Sunday services are fun, exciting, relevant and loaded with amazing worship (both contemporary and traditional music), the Word and a time for prayer. Before  and after service our church family enjoys fellowship in the Lakeview Room on the North side of the sanctuary. There we serve complementary coffee and snacks with a great view of Watson Lake! During service we try to keep things moving, but are always sensitive to the moving of the Holy Spirit. Service starts with a time of worship followed by a brief video announcement to keep you updated on the church’s upcoming events and ministry opportunities. Pastor Dave tries to keep his messages around 30 minutes to leave time for prayer at the end of service.

Got kids?

Children 1st through 5th grade have their own service across from the sanctuary in our fellowship hall. Parents will need to stop at the Children’s Welcome Center and sign in their children before going to the sanctuary for service. Your little ones will be cared for & taught the Word of God through age appropriate messages and games. Children will remain with the leaders until a parent signs them out.

Got a newborn or toddler?

Simply stop by the check-in desk of the nursery in the Little Life Center. You will need to sign your child in and out with one of our nursery staff using our computer system with the Kidcheck Software.  We take child safety serious at PLC and employ Safe Church practices. All of our children and nursery leaders undergo an application process including fingerprints and background checks. Our security visits the nursery and children’s church areas during services as well. If at any time while under our care your child has any problems or concerns, one of our workers will contact you through a text message so you can come and attend to their need. Please place your cell phone on vibrate during service and make sure to write your cell number next to your child’s name on our check-in sheet.

Get Connected

Prescott Life Church is all about plugging people into appropriate areas of ministry and discipleship. We look forward to helping you identify your calling and getting you plugged-in to the right areas to grow and serve at PLC.

Ministry Opportunities

We all have God-given talents and gifts that we’re entrusted with to use in His Kingdom! Everyone desires that “Well Done” from the Father. A church does not run on how well the Pastor is preaching, how annointed the worship is, or even the amount of tithes and offerings given. The modern-day Church runs on the power of its lay-leaders and volunteers. Prescott Life Church has many opportunities for people of every age to step up and serve. Whether it’s office administration, worship, sound/media , graphic design, or welcoming; God’s kingdom needs you. If you’re interested in helping out, let us know! Contact the office or mark your guest card.

Your Journey

Encounter God

Where are you headed? Do you know what will happen after you die? Maybe you feel lost or confused. Life can be hard. People let us down, bad things happen. Maybe you’ve tried self-help books or watched the so-called “life gurus” on TV, but inside there is something missing. Maybe you’ve been on a spiritual journey once or twice in your life but came up empty. Maybe you’ve even tried church. You might have been hurt by people in church in the past. Regardless of where you’ve been or what you’ve experienced, in this life there is truly only one answer for all of our struggles. Only one who truly loves us. Give God a chance. He’ll take you just as you are. There’s hope for you. Why don’t you spend just a few minutes more and let’s cover a little bit about what the Bible says about God.

Many people know about God, but few have had a life-changing encounter with Him. Having a personal relationship with the true living God involves understanding and accepting five basic principles. You may have understood these five principles when you made your decision that day, but just in case there is any doubt at all, or if you’ve never accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and Savior, let’s clear that up now. The goal for today is that you would be able to answer the following question with a resounding “YES”. If you were to die today, do you know if you would spend eternity in heaven? If yes, what do you base that “Yes” on? If your answer was “no”, or even if you were unsure, today is your day!

Principle #1: God loves you and offers an incredible plan for your life.

All throughout the Bible there is passage after passage that talks about how much God loves us. The greatest example of this was when He sent His only Son into the world to die for our sins (John 3:16). But even today, He watches over you and pursues you to have a relationship with you.

Principle #2: Man is sinful and separated from God.

It is so common in today’s culture to believe that there must be many paths to God. There are so many religions, each with very nice, good people in them. There are also so many good decent people…it can seem natural to assume that each of these “good” people or religions have a lock on heaven because they have done so many wonderful things. But the truth is that all of us have blown it…all of us have sinned, and all it takes is one sin to separate us from our God, because he is perfect.

“For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” Romans 3:23 “For the wages of sin is death.” Romans 6:23

As you can imagine, this creates a huge problem…because through sin, we are separated from God…and therefore cannot get to God on our own, for where He is, there can be no sin. But just when it appears that all is lost, principle #3 kicks in:

Principle #3: Jesus Christ is God’s only provision for man’s sin.

Now I know that sounds too simple. But then again, we are not God. It was God who chose to provide a “sacrifice” for our sins, His own son Jesus.

“But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.” Romans 5:8

Now here is the incredible part, it was His death that paid for your sins and mine – all the ones we have committed, as well as any we will commit in the future. Per the principles of God’s law, there had to be a blood sacrifice…and Jesus willfully gave His blood for you and for me. But the most incredible thing to know is that three days after He died, He rose from the dead. This is not just religious mumbo jumbo, this is historical fact. And because He rose from the dead, He now sits at the right hand of God making intercession (carrying messages for us and speaking to God on our behalf) for us.
“Christ died for our sins…He was buried…He was raised on the third day, according to the scriptures…He appeared to Peter, then to the twelve (disciples). After that He appeared to more than five hundred others…” I Corinthians 15:3-6

Principle #4: Jesus is the only way to God.

This is the hardest one for many people to believe. There are no other “paths” to God or “ways” of salvation. While this “many paths to God” theory is popular in the minds of many and even some modern-day churches, it is a lie designed to keep people from the truth of Jesus Christ. The bible tells us that God is very clear on this:

“Jesus said to him, I am the way, the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father except through me.” John 14:6

This is why it is so important that you understand that to simply be a good person, to believe in God, and to do your best to serve Him is not what it means to be a Christian. It is impossible to be a God follower without accepting God’s son Jesus. Jesus is the way…the only way to salvation for mankind. It was Jesus who died on the cross to pay the penalty for our sins, and it is Jesus that we must accept and come into relationship with if we are to be called by His name…Christians, which means “followers of Christ”.

Principle #5: You must receive Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.

But to as many who received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, even to those who believe in His name.” John 1:12

“For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not as a result of works, that no one should boast.” Ephesians 2:8-9

We must individually receive Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.

Prayer of Salvation
Prayer of Salvation

It may be very similar to a prayer you have already said, but for some of you, this is your actual time of decision. If you have already prayed this prayer and know you are a Christian, then just read it over once and pray for those you know who need relationship with a loving God, or for others who may be wrestling with praying this prayer for the first time. But if this is your moment of salvation, then simply kneel right where you are at this moment, and pray this prayer to the Lord. He is waiting in great anticipation. Only pray these words if they truly represent the desire of your heart and your decision to follow Christ:

Dear Jesus, I need You in my life. I acknowledge that I have sinned and I come to You right now confessing those sins and asking your forgiveness. Thank You for dying on the cross for my sins. I believe You are the Son of God and that You rose from the dead and are alive today. I open the door of my heart and receive You as my Savior and Lord. Thank You for forgiving my sins and for giving me eternal life. Please take control of my life from here forward and make me the kind of person you want me to be. In Jesus’ name I pray, Amen.

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