At Piedmont Community Church, “community” isn’t just part of our name.  It’s who we are.  In addition to the time we spend in worship, education and service, we gather together for fun and fellowship, to meet new friends, to celebrate our life together and to lend one another our support and care.

Adult fellowship gatherings are a vibrant thread running through the tapestry of PCC life.  Approximately once a month, a potluck dinner at the home of a church member serves as a way for adults to join together in an informal atmosphere with good food and conversation. Occasionally a guest speaker offers a talk on an interesting subject, or a fun class is taught, but often they are simply an occasion to relax and catch up with one another.  Adult Fellowship activities are planned by a team of lay people, along with Associate Pastor Don Ashburn.   Its members are always looking for new ideas and volunteer event coordinators. Please call the church today (510-547-5700) to see how you can become involved!  


CHURCH FELLOWSHIP DINNERS - In honor of special occasions or themes such as the Fall Harvest, the Advent season, Ash Wednesday, and Maundy Thursday, the Board of Deacons organizes church-wide dinners. The whole family is welcome, and often the meal is followed by a worship service. Gourmet meals are prepared by the volunteer crew, “Loaves and Fishes,” and those attending pay a reasonable fee to cover the cost.

THE ADULT FELLOWSHIP GROUP - meets monthly from September to June.  All adults are invited to share in potluck dinners and activities in members’ homes, outings to local events or an evening of stimulating conversation about a topic of interest with a guest speaker.