The PCM office at G-7 Anabel Taylor Hall will run in accordance to safety protocols.
Our office is typically open Tuesdays through Fridays, its best to email
for an appointment.
You can email Taryn at firstname.lastname@example.org, or text her at 607-227-9618.
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Programs that will be held via the PCM Zoom Space
Meeting ID: 924 8544 3388
Contact us for the meeting password.
Fall Semester 2021: Opportunities for worship, fellowship, growth, and fun
The Community Gathers
The PCM Community is a rich community of students, both undergrads and grads, who may have been participants in a Christian community earlier in life, or may only be exploring now. Borrowing the language of one of our supporting denominations, we say, “Whoever you are, and wherever you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.”
10 AM Choir Rehearsal (and light breakfast)
Because of Covid restrictions put in place early this semester, our choir has not be able to sing. With a new ventilation system in place, we are slowly reintroducing music back into worship. We understand the need to protect our community and we look forward to the eventual return of our choir and full congregational singing. Stay tuned!
11 AM Worship
The PCM community gathers every week here while classes are in session.
12 NOON Coffeeless Coffee Hour
In typical years, we would all gather across the hall in the Founders’ Room for food and conversation. But as we ease slowly back into normal practices, join us outdoors for cold drinks and conversation.
Some weeks PCM holds discussions or invites special speakers in that hour, and when we do, there will always be a light lunch available.
8:30 – 8:45 AM Morning Prayer (beginning September 22nd)
Here in the ATH Chapel. And we often take quick trips after for bagels at the Law School.
6:30-7:30 “Always a Beginner: Learning to Pray” PCM Reading/Discussion Group
September 22nd. Please sign up on the clipboard or via email, location TBA.
A chance to talk about what faith means to you, and to learn from the experience of others, on the page and around our table. Sign up on the clipboard outside after the service and we’ll be in touch. We’ll plan to begin this Wednesday. Location TBA.
This semester we’ll use James Martin’s Learning to Pray as a reference book while we explore different approaches to prayer. As you navigate the ups and downs of a spiritual life, we’ll learn about and practice as many as a dozen different ways to pray.
About Martin’s book:
“A smart, wise, often side-splittingly funny master class in seeking God.”
“This practical and delightful read is truly for everyone. It’s reassuring to hear that our moments of pausing, listening and being grateful are all versions of prayer. This book allows us to stay with such moments and allow them to change us for the better.”
Participants will also receive a copy of Sarah Bessey’s Rhythm of Prayer
PCM Day Retreat! Saturday, October 2, 9:00-4:30 PM at Lake Casowasco
This is a beautiful spot and if the weather allows, we’ll be able to use kayaks, canoes
and their swimming beach. The cost of the day will be $25, which will include breakfast
at the Ithaca Farmers Market and lunch at the retreat center. Sign up on the clipboard or email today!
The Apple Festival in Ithaca is also this weekend, but will take place both Saturday and
Sunday, so there is opportunity to do both!
PCM’s Service Retreat
In the immediate aftermath of the Second World War, Protestant students from Cornell boarded an ocean liner and took off to spend the summer supporting a massive airlift delivering food, water and medicine to the citizens of Berlin. Since that trip, PCM has spent a week of every year in a meaningful week of volunteer service. In recent years we’ve been to San Antonio, Texas, to work with church organizations who are supporting immigrants, to Baton Rouge, Louisiana to help with home repairs, and to Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, after devastating floods. We had to cancel our plans for last
year’s trip to Puerto Rico, but we are hoping to be able to get there this year over Spring Break, or if we’re unable to travel far, to find another project this year. Stay tuned!
There are more plans for special events as the semester continues, be sure you’ve signed up for our e-list so you will receive weekly updates!
For more information visit The Office of Spirituality and Meaning-Making.
On campus: 548 College Ave., G-7 Anabel Taylor Hall
PO Box 7052
Ithaca, NY 14851