Kids Korner

You and your little ones are welcomed into the Kids Korner for families! Here, we serve our families and children IN worship,…

    • One primary message is children are welcome, and they can learn to worship WITH us. Children will remain present to hear our church family’s songs, scripture, and prayers.
    • Another message is we understand little ones need to be busy and engaged, and parents want to hear the word and sermon without worrying about their little ones.
    • The final message demonstrates we are a church family that values and wants all ages and stages IN worship WITH us.



During the school year, a caring person will help the children navigate from scripture through the Doxology (YOU could be that person!).  If you are interested in helping on a Sunday morning, or want to change your assignment, click the red Kids Korner Volunteers link.

Kids Korner Volunteers


Sunday School

The primary children’s ministry at PCC is weekly Sunday School.  Age-appropriate groups are held during Sunday worship, following the children’s message.  In a comfortable setting staffed by volunteers, we use the denominational curriculum, Growing in Grace and Gratitude, with our children from pre-kindergarten to grade five.  Younger toddlers have time to stretch, play, and experience fellowship.  Special seasons, such as Advent, Lent, and Summer, are coordinated with our whole church focus. Families unable to attend services at church can experience worship online using our YouTube link.

Vacation Bible School

Each summer, we host a Vacation Bible School for children ages 4 through entering grade 6.  We have been partnering with several community churches since 2010 to serve as many children as we can.  This outreach is one of the best weeks in our church life as we eat, play, and learn together and find God’s great love everywhere- in crafts, games, songs, science, Bible stories, and mission projects.  The 2019 theme was “To Mars and Beyond!” where we learned to “Go beyond with the faith of Daniel, the courage of Esther, the caring of the good Samaritan, and the thankfulness of the healed leper. VBS is taking a break in 2020 and 2021 due to Covid.