7th - 12th Grade
There’s no time more formative—and exciting—for a young person than this incredible season of life. Our goal is to prepare students to “launch” into the world with confidence and faith. One of the ways we do this is by emphasizing student-led initiatives to teach, lead worship, and to participate in church ministry and outreach.
We love walking along our students during this time as we explore what following Jesus looks like on a daily basis—whether at home, at school, or in our communities.
Our students are a vital part of the vision for the journey we’re on here at PCBC. Teenagers will be the next generation’s leaders, parents, professionals, and change-makers . . . they are our future as a church and a society! Our high school student ministry is dedicated to harnessing the potential of these young men and women and propelling them into adulthood with confidence, faith, and compassion. Our programs are designed to encourage students to take responsibility through service and leadership roles. Most of all, our hope is to lead students to follow Jesus every day through a growing personal relationship with Christ.
7th - 8th Grade
6:00 pm - The Pit, Activities Building
CREW in Homes
- September: 12, 19
- October: 3, 10, 17
- November: 7, 14, 28
- December: 5
CREW UNITED in Great Hall
- September 26 - State Fair Theme
- October 24
- December 12 (Christmas Party)
Park Cities CREW (PCBC Mission House)
- 6:30-7:00 Hangout
- 7:00-8:00 CREW
- View Map
Aiken's CREW & Johnson's CREW
- 7:00-7:30 Hangout Time
- 7:30-8:30 CREW
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For info contact Melinda at .
7th - 8th Grade: 9:15 am - The Pit, Activities Building
9th-12th Grade: 9:15 am - The Loft, Community Life Center
10:45 am, Great Hall & Sanctuary
FLIGHT PLAN 252
And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man. - Luke 2:52
Flight Plan 252 is the partnership between PCBC and parents as we desire to serve as a resource to help as you disciple your children. It offers a guide for your family’s faith journey – beginning before birth and ending with high school graduation, when your kids launch into the next phase of their lives. In each life stage, Flight Plan 252 offers practical steps that you can take to develop a strong, lasting faith in your child’s life, through:
Parent Practices – conversations and activities with your family to develop faith skills.
Church Partnerships – seminars and classes at PCBC to teach concepts that you can reinforce at home.
Celebration Moments – memory-making moments that will solidify your child’s spiritual heritage.
Minister to Families
Thank you for your interest in working with children through Park Cities Baptist Church. Please click the "Policies" link below to read our Safe@Church policies. If you prefer a hard-copy of the policies, you may pick one up in the Children's Ministry Office. (Collins 113).
All volunteers who work with children/teens age 18 and under must complete a background check. You may complete the online volunteer application and background check form at https://www.ministryopportunities.org/parkcitiesbc