Upcoming Events and Activities
Sunday Night Live
What if this New Year, you made resolutions you didn’t give up on by February? This series will explore stories in the Bible that will help shape our resolutions and rely on God to help us keep them. Join us on Sunday Nights at 5:30 for a time of food and fellowship, games, worship, Bible study, and small groups! We are having chili hot dogs with all the trimming for dinner this week.
Dinner for Sunday Night Live
Sunday Night Live is back and ready for a new year and we need your help to provide dinner for the students. The fall was a huge success with over 30 students showing up every Sunday and we hope to keep growing as we head into the Spring.
Please click on SIGN UP to go the SignUpGenius page and decide which Sunday and meal works with your schedule and talents. Kelly Perrone will be in touch with all the volunteers early each week to help coordinate who is bringing what. Questions, contact GEORGE.
Souper Bowl of Caring
The game is big but our mission is bigger. Be a gamechanger on Sunday, February 4. Join us as we collect food and money for the hungry in our community.
A hearty soup lunch will be available by reservation for children and students in grades 1-12 and their families. Lunch will start immediately following the 11:00 worship service. EMAIL Kristen to reserve your spot. Donations will be accepted for lunch. Following lunch, Bible Buddies and Bible Drill will meet.
4th Annual Chili Cook Off
When: March 25th @ 12:00pm
Where: Crouch Fellowship Hall
Do you have what it takes to win it all? The Student Ministry is holding it’s Fourth Annual Chili Cook Off and here’s your chance to show off your favorite chili recipe. We will need you to bring TWO BIG pots of your chili to the Couch Fellowship Hall no later than 11:30am to set up and then be there to serve chili from 12:00pm till 1:30pm.
Who’s going to take home the trophy this year? SIGN UP
Jump in and help serve chili at the Fourth Annual PBC Chili Cook Off. We need help setting up, serving, and cleaning up for the event and also to help advertise to Sunday School classes the week before.
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We have a new way for parents to share their thoughts and opinions with us about the Student Ministry. The form is not a one and done survey but more of a tool you can use to share general thoughts about your child, their spiritual development, and direction of the Student Ministry.
d365 provides inspirational and relevant reflections on scripture for young people. The devotional experience is written especially for students and seeks to provide reflections on themes that impact our faith journey. The hope is that d365 will create a quiet space in your life for meditation and prayer. A new devotion is available every day online or through mobile devices.
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Every Sunday at 9:45am. NO Sunday School until January 7th!
Many students have likely memorized some of the more popular Bible stories: Noah and the flood, Moses and the exodus, Esther and King Xerxes. Nehemiah, however, usually doesn’t stand out among these heroic examples of faith from their Old Testament studies. This series leads youth to rediscover the daring man who called on God’s children to rebuild their faith, and whose story still calls us today.
6th Grade – Room 2335
Teachers – Dana & Heather Hanson and Betty Robinson
7th Grade – Room 2333
Teachers – Mary Bonheimer, Jen Bethea, and Jeff & Lia Hinson
8th Grade – Room 2329
Teachers – Jennifer & George Mulley, Randy & Noelle Glass, and Mike & Cathy Tommie
9th Grade – Room 2323
Teachers – Mike Martin, Frankie Ayscue, Pike Jones, and Craig Wanek
10th Grade – Room 2308
Teachers – Frank Skinner, Jessica Aycock, and Lisa & Mark Daniels
11th Grade – Room 2319
Teachers – Susan Jones, Will Johns, Richard Landers, and Greg Kay
12th Grade – Room 2317
Teachers – Eric Gill, Karen Dukes, and Mike Motsinger
Sunday Night Live
Sunday Night LIVE begins every week at 5:30 PM with dinner, followed by games, special guests, worship, and Bible Study. Friends are always welcome!
High & Middle School Fusion
Every Wednesday, 6:00pm – 7:00pm
This is a fun and interactive look at the bible for High & Middle School Students. We will gather together to start Fusion in the Chapmen Youth Room and then will break into small groups to discuss.
Here are some of the events and activities that we have planned for this school year. As we get closer to the events, they will move up to the Upcoming Events and Activities section and have all the details about how to get involved.
Middle School Madness
Middle School students plan on joining us for a variety activities and events following the 11:00am service on Sundays. This is a chance to for you to get together with your fellow students and get out and have a little fun. We will spending Sunday afternoons throughout the year doing everything from having games of dodgeball in the gym to catching a Checkers game to laser tag. New events will be coming in the fall.
High School Hoorah
An activity for High School students which gives them a chance to come together and have fun. Much like the Middle School Madness you took part in, the events will follow the late service through out the year. We look forward to new events in the fall.
MissionDays is a way for students to get involved in mission work locally to earn credit towards their summer mission trip. They will be volunteering with local agencies on projects within our community, or helping out with PBC mission activities. Each activity will be initiated and led by one of (or a small group of) our high school students. The students will serve as the main point of contact for the project and will work with the Student Ministry Office to facilitate each event. A new season of MissionDays will start in the fall.
High School Beach Retreat
The High School Students travel to the beach every spring for a mix of group worship, small group dialogue and fun beach time!
Middle and High School PASSPORTmissions Camp
When: June 24 – 29, 2018
A new summer opportunity for our High and Middle School Students. We will be traveling to Averett University in Danville, VA for 6 days, 5 nights of PASSPORTmissions and experience the excitement of summer camp with the adventure of a mission trip.
High School Mission Trip
The High School students head out every July to take on big construction projects to help a community in need. It is a great chance for our students to make an impact and strengthen their connections to each other and Jesus.
Middle School Fall Retreat
A yearly fall trip for Middle School Students to enjoy fellowship, worship, and bible study in the SC mountains. You won’t want to miss out on the games, hummer rides, and chance to connect with your faith community.
High School Fall Retreat
The High School Students enjoy a chance to retreat to Hendersonville every fall. This is a chance for them to come together to worship and build a strong fellowship with each other. The seniors lead talent show is always a hit.