It’s a good thing…

by Pamela Konstant, PCJH attender and current missionary at Camp des Cimes in France “I was blessed to have my daughter come over Christmas and help cook for the Camp of teenagers we had over New Year’s. We had a great time together! While she was here, we had a

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What is Blue Christmas?

by Rev. Ben Pascal This Sunday, December 22nd, at 5:00pm PCJH will be hosting a Blue Christmas service in the Dahlquist Chapel. All are welcome. You may be wondering what takes place at a Blue Christmas service. Will we be singing Elvis Presley’s famous song? Nope. Blue Christmas is a

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Church on the Mountain

Last winter, PCJH had the honor of partnering with A Christian Ministry in the National Parks (ACMNP) and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort for the first time to offer worship services every Sunday at the top of the Bridger Gondola. 2018-19 leaders Kayla and Callie did an incredible job pioneering this

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Moving Toward the Manger

by Rev. Tammy Mitchell, Associate Pastor While the storefronts and festivities are declaring the arrival of the Christmas season, the Christian calendar says otherwise.  In truth, we are currently in the season of Advent. According to our history, sometime after the 6th century, the Christian church designated the four Sundays

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How Do You Spell Presbyterian?

by Rev. Tammy Mitchell, Associate Pastor How many of us have asked, what’s the difference between denominations?  Aren’t we all the same? Why are there so many divisions? As much as we may lament over the divisions seen in the church, we also have to realize that most of those

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Youth as Co-Participants

At every PCJH staff meeting, we begin by sharing where we’ve seen God’s grace at work, in our own lives and in the life of the church. Of course, Brad Griffin and this past weekend’s Growing Young event was brought up this past Monday! It was a true joy to

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The Side Effect of JOY

by Dylan Wade, Children’s Ministry Coordinator During the interview process with our perspective JOY staff we ask a difficult question about their faith. This question goes something to the effect of: “If a kindergartner were to come up to you at camp and ask how they get to Heaven, how

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The Surprise of Small Groups

By Rev. Tammy Mitchell For years, the thought of being in a small group was terrifying for me.  I had absolutely no interest in being with people I didn’t really know, or having to pray out loud, or being asked to share something personal.  It was definitely not my idea

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