Children's Ministries

Equipping families to grow together on their journey to know, love and serve Jesus Christ.

hand holding a plantChildren’s Ministries

“Our Children’s Ministry enables children to grow in their spiritual lives by teaching the stories of Jesus and sharing our love of Christ with them.”

We provide a loving, secure, nurturing environment. Offer Spirit-filled, Bible-based programs emphasizing living the Bible in their daily life. Encourage and promote attendance. Help children understand that Jesus loves them unconditionally and that they need Him in their lives. Use the teaching of Jesus to allow them to make wise choices and get the whole family involved!

For more information on Children’s Ministries contact Mary Allen, Director of Children and Family Ministries by email or phone 727.381.2499 ext. 215



(Wednesday Nights: Aug-May)

Kick-Off August 17th

 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Kid’s club is back! Join us each Wednesday night for activities and fun!
Kindergarten through 5th grade. (Dinner will be provided each week.)

Cost: 15$ a month or $5 a night (This includes supplies and dinner).
For more information contact Mary Allen, Director of Children and Family Ministries by email or phone 727.381.2499 ext. 215





Sunday School & Children’s Church

Sunday Mornings Children’s Church meets during the 9:00 a.m. Worship Service on all Sundays, except the first Sunday of each month. Sunday School meets every Sunday from 10:10 a.m. to 11:10 a.m.



Explore all of our events below! 

Children’s Ministry Fall Calendar

Children (3rd through 8th grade)

An opportunity to be part of the worship service. They are witnesses for Christ by standing in front of the congregation and lighting the candles. Their acts signify the presence of the Lord in His house. You can either do the 9:00 a.m. or 11:15 a.m. worship service.

Worship Assistants

Kids are trained to bring Jesus’ light to each service.


Bring the light of Christ to light the candles on the altar and take that light back out into the world after worship. By carrying the symbols of our faith, the acolytes are an important part of our worship services in the sanctuary.

(These are the activities that we typically plan/hold every year)

First Friday – (4th and 5th graders)

Kids are invited to a night of fun and fellowship and encouraged to invite their friends. This two-hour night of fun is the First Friday of each month. One month we stay on campus, one month we are off-campus.

Recreation – soccer and basketball

Vacation Bible School (VBS)

a week-long themed camp offered at night from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the summer. Kids get to learn about Jesus, have snacks, recreation, an imagination station, and lots of singing.

Halloween Alternative Party

Third Saturday in October we have decorated trunks, games, crafts in the gym, and lots of candy.

Easter Egg Celebration

Saturday before Palm Sunday. Egg hunts, bounce house, horse rides, food, crafts, and goody bags.

Bible presentation (2nd graders)

usually the 2nd Sunday in September children in 2nd grade are presented in worship service with a Bible.

Human sexuality class for 5th graders and their parents

Offered two nights in October. Why God created men and women.

Christmas Play

this happens the first weekend in December. After the play, the families can enjoy hot chocolate and cookies and enjoy making crafts as a family.

Fun Family Nights

A couple of nights in the year PCC Children’s Ministries schedules activities for families.

Kids on Mission

An activity for parents and their children, where several service projects are scheduled throughout the year to teach Kids to serve as Jesus would want us to.