Kids Collective | 1st-5th Grade
Wednesday, October 9, 2019, 5:30 PM
Introducing Kid's Collective!
PCBC’s Wednesday night program for 1st-5th graders from 5:30 - 7:00 pm that’s designed to give kids a holistic picture of what it looks like to worship the Lord—and to have fun, too.
What is Kids Collective?
Kids Collective combines two of PCBC’s most-loved kids’ programs, Children’s Choir and the scripture memory model from AWANA – using The Gospel Project, our churchwide scripture reading and memory platform.
How Does Kids Collective Work?
We start with the Music component and progress to Scripture and then to Worship Arts. Our teaching staff will safely move kids between sessions through the evening.
Part 1 - Music (5:30)
Focusing on worship through music—playing musical instruments, movement, singing songs, games, and more.
6th Graders are able to take part in Carol Choir.
“When children have church music instruction as part of their spiritual development, the blessing is powerful and lasts a lifetime.” - Karen Zukoski, PCBC Children’s Choir Coordinator
Part 2 - Scripture (6:15)
A deeper dive into the Bible story and scripture memory verse from the previous Sunday – following the Gospel Project reading plan that we are following as a church.
“Going deeper on Wednesdays with what they’ve learned on Sundays equips kids as they learn the Bible, and also equips parents to dive into the weekly scripture with their kids.” – Jay Miller, PCBC Kids Minister
Part 3 - Worship Arts (6:15)
Kids choose their top three track options and they will rotate through two of them during the semester.
Tracks include art, woodworking, cooking/hospitality, skits/drama, vocals, Kids Worship team, photography, Legos, and more. They can even choose to learn how to operate the soundboard so they can help with Kids Worship on Sunday mornings.
The worship arts tracks aim to teach kids how to use their specific gifts and talents to honor and worship God.
“Worshipping the Lord is more than just singing, more than just scripture. It happens through every part of our lives, and we’re excited to encourage children to worship the Lord through their own unique gifts.” – Jay Miller
Come and enjoy the complete Kids Collective experience! We’ll learn to worship God with our whole lives and use our gifts and talents for Him.