Park Cities Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Dallas, TX

We are delighted you are visiting our PCPC Kids page. Our hope is to partner with parents, grandparents, Sunday volunteers, and others in making disciples of Jesus Christ in our children’s ministry. We deeply desire for our children to be part of extending the transforming presence of Jesus Christ to our world.

You should find many tools and opportunities to help enrich the discipleship making of children on our page. We include up-to-date lessons and curriculum, songs our children are singing, crafts, and worksheets that correspond to our scope and sequence, parent equipping material, and more.

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Kids Resources for Sunday, September 27

Dear Parents, here is great content for your children this Sunday (September 27) from the Children’s Ministry staff. Please follow us on Instagram @pcpckids for more activities, info, and engagement.

For me, music and lyrics are the things that constantly swim through my mind. My wife Paige has gotten quite the kick during this pandemic at seeing it first hand. I will at random times sing snippets of songs that come from nowhere. As this goes for all the great hits, so it goes for hymns and worship. The song seems to be planted deep within my heart, and at the moment that God intends, they come rising up and wash over me. Charles Spurgeon would often emphasize a sermon by speaking lyrical truth from a hymn or song. There is a great beauty in the mental and emotional depth that a song can bring us. It can go beyond the truth that the lyrics bring and add layers of feelings and memories.

As we strive to seek God during this season, mediate through music and feel its impact. Sit within a feeling that the words stir up, reflect on the memories that are there. Pray, breathe, and enjoy the beauty that God has given us through musical worship and lyrical poetry.

“There will come a ruler whose brow is laid in thorn
Smeared with oil like David’s boy, oh lei-oh lai-oh Lord.”

Matt Statham
Ministry Leader of Elementary

We Want Our Children to Be:

Worshippers of God!—We long to worship GOD together.

Bible-Saturated and Theologically-Grounded!—To know and live the word of God.

God-dependent and prayerful!—To pray bold and dependent prayers.

Gospel-Oriented!—To tell stories of rescue.

Culturally-Engaged!—Desire to change the world.

Are you interested in becoming a volunteer in the Children’s Ministry? If so, we would love to have you on the team! Between Nursery, Preschool, Elementary, and Special Needs there are plenty of opportunities for you to serve. Sunday mornings in Children’s Ministry provide an excellent place to get involved, build relationships with kids, and help them grow in their love for Christ.

If you are interested in volunteering with the Children’s Ministry, please click here (Volunteer Interest Form).

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