Progressive Church Media Announces Special Savings for Churches Just in Time for Lent

The letters PCM, the logo for Progressive Church Media

The logo for Progressive Church Media

We are a diverse congregation with a progressive theology. We feel more comfortable using worship media that is inclusive and actually shares our values and our faith.


As Christian churches prepare to mark the 40-day Lenten to Easter, Progressive Church Media (PCM) has announced special pricing on their complete line of worship media to help communities of faith make the most of the praise and worship budgets.

According to PCM CEO and Founder Mike Mitchell, these seasonal discounts come at a particularly good time for churches. “With the changes included in the recently passed federal tax laws, I think a lot of churches are taking a second look at their budgets and thinking ahead. The impact of changes to tax deductions, including charitable donations, is an unknown to communities of faith right now,” Mitchell says.

PCM is a growing leader in the creation of high-quality content for worship, especially among more progressive and affirming churches. Leading progressive congregations, such as Virginia-Highland Church in Atlanta, increasingly rely on worship media from PCM for their worship, website and social media presence. “We are a diverse congregation with a progressive theology,” says Tracy Britton, President of the Parish Council at Virginia-Highland Church. “We feel more comfortable using worship media that is inclusive and actually shares our values and our faith.”

PCM is offering special discounts for churches on their entire catalog of worship media from now through Easter Sunday. Churches can use the discounts to purchase worship media for Ash Wednesday, Lent, Palm Sunday, Easter or other major dates on the liturgical calendar. “Our prices are already low when compared to other providers of worship media. We see this as both a business and a ministry, so we work hard to keep our operating costs low. We want to make quality worship media available to everyone,” Mitchell says.

Churches can visit for details on the pricing packages available now.

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