PHPC pastors and staff have created some resources for you to use during this time of isolation. We hope these bring you some comfort and allow you to continue to grow in your faith! Please check back regularly as we continue to add new content and ways to engage!

We hope to offer a weekly rhythm of podcasts, chapel services, video messages from our pastors, and virtual worship!

Online worship on Sundays will take place at 9 a.m. (contemporary) 10 a.m. (traditional) and 5 p.m. (contemporary). You can watch via our livestream here or on our Facebook page.


PHPC Podcast

Our church podcast features sermons, offertories, and seasonal devotionals! 

listen here

The Takeaway

This podcast and blog series from our pastors focused on equipping you with the tools and habits to live faithfully in the world. This season we’ll be sharing tips for taking care of yourself during troubling times, ways to coach yourself through a tough spot. 

listen here

Something Bigger

“Something Bigger” is a podcast for young adults, by young adults, striving to find their place in the midst of God’s bigger story. Here you will hear stories of real life, messy faith, authentic connection, and radical hope.

listen here



Check out personal stories, notes and devotionals from our pastors and staff!

read here

Worship at Five Playlist

click here to listen

Sanctuary Music Playlist

click here to listen


Youth Ministry

Our youth team is doing Instagram live, Netflix parties, Zoom calls and more! Email Sarah at  to get connected

Young Adult Ministry

Our young adult ministry is doing small group studies, Zoom calls and more! Email Sarah at  to get connected

Chapel Services
If you are looking for a way to worship as a family, our pastors and staff have recorded weekly chapel services featuring music, prayer and a kid-friendly message! 

view chapel services here

Family Activities
Looking for some faith forming activities to do at home? 

Click here for ideas

Our kids are loving Cosmic Yoga, check it out. below!

yoga for kids

PBS Kids & Daniel Tiger has a great link here on how to talk to kids of all ages about the virus.

daniel tiger

The National Association of School Psychologists have also published information

click here

To receive our weekly family email with more information and activities, contact Ann Nielsen at

To join our Zoom call with other moms, email Rev. Caroline Braskamp at   


Reading Through Mark
One of the best ways to learn more about the Bible is to spend time reading it each day.  You can also download our supplemental study guide to help you dive into the lessons of the last week of Jesus’ life.

reading plan

study guide

Weekly Pastor’s Podcast and Online Devotional
Each week, we will email a digital version of our online weekly devotional with a link to our podcast.  The digital devotional invites you to listen and reflect weekly with the PHPC pastors on a biblical text or theme of Lent so you can be refilled and refueled for the work of love and justice that we are called to do.  To receive our emails, contact:

Taking a Breath Podcast With Mahlon Hight
In this companion resource, PHPC’s Coordinator for Congregational Care, Mahlon Hight, offers a brief guided breathing session to help reduce stress, lower your heart rate, and re-center your life. 

listen here


You can participate in worship via live stream at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. on, or listen to the service at 11 a.m. on 101.1 WRR. You can also watch on our Facebook page here.

You can always watch any of our past sermons here!


Following are giving opportunities to support those experiencing food insecurity, economic distress or who are otherwise vulnerable in our community.  Many of these organizations represent ongoing mission partnerships with PHPC. As you maintain your giving to the ongoing ministry of Preston Hollow, we commend to you the following additional opportunities for your consideration in supporting our neighbors in need:


City Square Emergency Relief Fund (meals for families and children; ongoing PHPC mission partner)


Cornerstone Baptist Church Community Kitchen & South Dallas Rental Assistance (Pastor Chris Simmons is a PHPC ministry partner in South Dallas.)


Joy Tabernacle AME Emergency Assistance to Families 

(Pastor Michael Waters is a PHPC ministry partner in South Dallas and recently co-led our Racial Equity Pilgrimage.)


North Dallas Shared Ministries (ongoing PHPC mission partner)