Opportunities for worship, fellowship,
growth and fun!
Watch this page for updates and more events to come!
The Community Gathers – Academic Year
Sundays 11 AM Worship in Anabel Taylor Hall Chapel (ATH)
Worship resumes August 27
Coffeeless Coffee Hour follows worship every week. And several times each semester, PCM holds after-worship classes or topical conversations. More soon!
10 AM Choir Rehearsal is held every Sunday in the Founders’ Room, across from the Chapel in Anabel Taylor Hall. Each week the choir rehearses the anthem of the day with our music director, James Wolter. A light breakfast is provided. New singers always welcome!
Wednesdays 8:30 AM Morning Prayer in Meditation Room (Anabel Taylor Chapel)
PCM Reading Group. Every week, a group of PCM students gathers to discuss a short, meaningful read. This is an opportunity to deepen relationships and grow in our faith together. More information coming soon!
Other small-group opportunities may arise!
Anabel Taylor Hall Open House 4-7 pm on Tuesday, August 23
Thirty religious groups are housed in Anabel Taylor Hall under the umbrella of Cornell United Religious Work. Anabel Taylor is also home to the Durland Alternative Library, the Center for Transformative Action, and Anabel’s Grocery. Stop in to see our beautiful chapel and meet PCM students and staff. Weather permitting, we’ll have a table on the front lawn.
Fall Retreat Friday, October 6, through Monday, October 9
Enjoy part of your Fall Break in the Adirondack Park kayaking, hiking, and enjoying fellowship and dialogue. More details to come!
PCM Thanksgiving Luncheon Noon on Sunday, November 19
PCM has a decades-old tradition of hosting a Thanksgiving luncheon with turkey and all the trimmings on the Sunday afternoon before the Thanksgiving break. Join us right after worship for an amazing meal hosted by the PCM Governing Board. Bring friends!
Service Retreat–San Antonio, Texas January 13-20, 2018
Since the Second World War, Protestant students from Cornell have traveled together to provide assistance and relief to communities affected by violence, natural disasters, poverty, or systemic oppression. San Antonio is home to two of the largest immigration detention centers in the United States and provides an opportunity to learn from and assist families and individuals who are at the center of our national discussions about immigration.
Contact for Further Information: Taryn Mattice, Chaplain firstname.lastname@example.org G-7 Anabel Taylor Hall – office open Tuesdays through Fridays, 255-4224
Our Mission Statement
The Protestant Cooperative Ministry encourages the members of the Cornell community to seek God’s transforming power
and struggle with the dynamic tensions of a life of Christian faith.
It strives to follow the will of God by:
- Fostering spiritual search and growth in a relationship with a loving, living, life-giving God.
- Providing opportunities for friendship, fellowship and fun.
- Building an inclusive and compassionate community, breaking down the walls that divide us.
- Opening avenues of witness and service as a part of the world-wide community of the faithful.
From the Board of Directors of the Protestant Cooperative Ministry, November 2003