Sundays at 9AM & 10:30AM
What is PBC Kids?
Here at PBC kids, we make it a priority to teach from the Bible in a way that is engaging and easily understood. It is our goal to create a safe space for your children to learn about God and the Bible while building a personal relationship with God and fellow Christians! Ministering to your child doesn’t stop once Sunday morning is over! It is our goal and desire to equip parents to continue to disciple their children at home. We want to help you create an environment at home that fosters discipleship, Bible reading, and knowing God deeper.
Infants – Preschool
This program is available for Birth-Kindergarten children. We place children in groups based on their age as of September of that school year. Since we follow the same groupings as the public schools, it helps kids build relationships with the same kids that they will eventually go to school with.
ACTIVITIES & CURRICULUM
Infants & Toddlers
Babies and toddlers spend time with caregivers in directed play. We use music, bubbles, and age-appropriate toys for play.
The Gospel Project for Preschool takes kids (2-5 year olds) on a chronological journey through God’s big story – the story of redemption weaved throughout Scripture. When the gospel is truly experienced, hearts are forever transformed. 2-year-olds thru Kindergarten kids all have a video lesson where they learn about God, the Bible, people of the Bible, and Godly character traits. They have song time where they learn songs about God and the Bible. They have coloring time where they color activity pages. They have snack time and they have playtime for either in the classroom or if weather permits out on the playground (outside 3 years old-kindergarten only). On chilly days be sure to bring a sweater or jacket.
Every Sunday, first through fifth-grade kids experience safe, age-appropriate environments where the Bible is taught in a creative and relevant way.
We would love for you and your family to visit PBC Kids this Sunday. Join the fun, and experience a world where kids meet Jesus on their level!
Open Gym | Jan 31
Father Daughter Dance | Feb 3
Open Gym | Feb 21
Mother/Son Laser Tag | Mar 12
Baptism Class | Mar 19
Open Gym | Mar 21
Open Gym | Apr 25
Preview Day | May 21 (upcoming 1st-6th graders)
Summer Craft Night | May 24
Permission Slips & Registration
Registration for kids events is now on our Events page. All permission slips are now included in the registration form!
For Your First Visit
From the moment you pull in the parking lot, you’ll notice lots of friendly faces eager to show you the way.
Your first stop when you arrive is the check in area just inside the main doors. We want to serve you and your child well, we we will take a moment to get to know you. We’ll ask about allergies, make sure we know what your child’s name is, and collect your contact information.
Then, you and your child will both get a sticker with a matching code. If for any reason we need to reach you during the worship service, we will contact you by the cell phone number you provide us. This sticker is also what you’ll use to pick up your child after the worship service.
A Few Other Things You’ll Want to Know
What should Kids Wear:
Play clothes are always welcome! PBC Kids is a fun, active environment. Weather permitting, we do go outside so please send your child with a warm coat when weather is cold. Your kids will be playing, singing, and dancing as they learn about Jesus in small groups and in large groups.
Mom’s Viewing Room
The mom’s viewing room is a place with mothers with newborns (babies 12 months and younger) can watch the service together in a private environment.
(Special Needs Ministry)
Every child and family matters to us and we feel strongly that the Gospel should be presented in a manner that is most understandable. In PBC Kids, children with special needs have buddies who stay with them during PBC Kids to keep them safe and help them understand the Good News that Jesus loves them.
The Ride Home
We encourage parents to keep the conversation going on the car ride home. Ask your child these questions:
What was the best part of your time?
What did you learn about today?
Our goal is to have a positive answer to both of those questions each week. We provide follow up family conversation, as well as a weekly memory verse, in our newsletter that comes home each Sunday.