PCC Men's Retreat
Friday, September 27, 2019, 5:00 PM - Saturday, September 28, 2019, 8:00 PM
Join the men of PCC for great weekend of fellowship in the Lord at LeTourneau Christian Center! Pastor Tim has invited his brother, Tom, to join the Men of PCC for the weekend. The theme will be, "Family Legacy."
Beginning at 6 pm on Friday, September 27, the relaxed schedule will be a meal followed by our first session together. Tom Alexander will share about the Legacy we develop with our children. The rest of Friday evening will be free time inside the Cove, along with conversation by the fire pit outside.
Saturday begins with breakfast at 8 am, followed by Pastor Tim sharing about the Legacy we develop as we serve our wives. Saturday afternoon activities include a pontoon boat, motorboat, basketball and hiking.
Saturday evening concludes the retreat with the evening meal at 6 pm, followed by the 'Alexander brothers' sharing about the Legacy we develop as we walk by faith.
The retreat will end by 8 pm on Saturday night.
The cost is $105 for single and $85 for double occupancy. This cost includes 1 night lodging, 4 meals and all activities except for golf. Please make checks payable to "Perinton Community Church". You can mail your payment to church or put it in an envelope labeled "Men's Retreat" and put it in the offering.
There will be the opportunity to play golf at Bristol Harbor on Friday morning beginning at 10:00 am. The cost to play golf will be $59 which includes 18 holes and a cart.
We will be staying at the Lodge. The chart below shows the rooms that are available to our group. When you sign up please give 2 choices for rooms as they will be on a first come, first serve basis. You will also be able to list roommates if you choose to share a room.
If you have any questions or need financial assistance, you can contact any of the pastors.
About Tom Alexander
Tom led a bi-vocational mission team to Portland, Maine where he worked as a nurse and nurtured the church for 17 years. While in Portland, Tom completed his graduate degree from Gordon Conwell Seminary. After the collapse of the Soviet Union Tom was one of those selected by the school in a mission trip to strengthen the church in those smaller countries now free of Soviet domination.
Tom now works as a Clinical Educational Specialist trainer for Avenos Medical. His work takes him all across the country and, so far, to Canada, Australia and Vietnam.
Tom and Jeannie have been married 39 years. They have raised 3 children and now enjoy 3 grandchildren.