Seeking Christ ... for the past 50 years together and all the years ahead.
On Sunday, April 25, 1965 at the 3:00 pm worship service, Presbyterian Church of the Master became a congregation with 163 charter members. The first worship service at 108th and Maple was held on Easter Sunday, April 26, 1967. The service was held in what is now our Fellowship Hall. That day there were bare concrete floors and the walls had yet to be painted, so the church building (like the 300 people in worship that morning) was a work in progress.
PCM has served and worshipped God together now for over 50 years. As we look ahead to the future, we remember the past and all the good times we've had together. Take a look at the links below to learn more about our past.
Learn more about PCM's History through the decades
Entering into our second 50-years together, PCM has started a "Second 50" Campaign which will revitalize our church and its facilities, while sending us into the future with energy, faith and community. CLICK HERE to learn the latest updates on the Campaign.