Park Cities Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Dallas, TX

We are delighted you are visiting our PCPC Kids page. Our desire 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

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“And taking the five loaves and the two fish, he looked up to heaven and said a blessing and broke the loaves and gave them to the disciples to set before the people. And he divided the two fish among them all. And they all ate and were satisfied.” - Mark 6:41-42

Jesus and his disciples had been very busy telling everyone the Good News! The Good News was about Jesus and why He came to earth. They even healed many people. They were so busy they didn’t even have time to eat. Jesus said to them, “Let’s go someplace quiet and rest.” Kind of strange, right? Jesus needed rest like you and I do? Yes, He did and so they went to a place where there were no people. But guess what happened? Lots and lots of people showed up because they wanted to be near Jesus. And Jesus felt sorry for them. He loved them. Now it was late in the day, so they were all very hungry and there was no grocery store to go buy food. But Jesus had a plan. What do you think He did? He told His disciples to go feed the people. The disciples started looking around and found a boy with five loaves of bread and two fish. Maybe enough for 5 people, but not 5,000. To feed that many a miracle was needed. And Jesus just happens to be really great at miracles. Jesus blessed the loaves and fish, and they were able to feed 5,000 men and their families! But more than that, after everyone had had as much as they wanted, there were 12 baskets of leftovers! Only Jesus could do that! It was a beautiful miracle!

Carla Dillard
Ministry Leader of Nursery and Childcare

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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