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Cross Training Summer Camp

cross-trainingThe CrossTraining philosophy combines children with teens and adults putting them in a challenging, high adventure environment in order to teach them spiritual truths. This year our theme is “Bold Faith: Getting Out of the Boat”, where we’ll talk about courage, faith, and stepping out of our comfort zones. Throughout the week, each camper will discover leadership traits such as goal setting, team work, listening skills, self-discipline, overcoming fears, and the reward of serving others. We want to come alongside you and help equip your child for life’s adventures while they make new friends and experience new challenges.

Cross Training

MFUGE Mission Trip

Calling all middle school and high school students!
You are invited to join our summer missions trip to Lynchburg, VA.

During the week of June 27-July 1, 2016, we will be going to the M-Fuge camp! This is a combination missions camp/training and service in the Lynchburg area (children’s ministry, games/rec, construction, painting, etc.) If you have never been on a missions trip before, this will be a great opportunity for your first mission’s experience. We will be staying at Liberty University. Cost is $450/person and we will have some fundraisers/work projects to help raise funds.

Completed Application and $100 deposit are due by Wednesday, March 30.

If you have any questions or need an extension for payment, please contact Tom Newell.


Super Bowl Camp 2016

On Super Bowl Sunday, the youth at PBC join together to teach the fundamentals of football to kids (grades K – 5th grade) in the community. This year, we met at Lowes Island Elementary School from 2:00 to 4:00. Coach Ed Santiago instructed the group in football basics and then the kids had time to practice the new skills they learned.

Afterwards, the student ministry met at the Newell’s home to watch the big game together!

Guy/Girl Appreciation 2016

 Every year the PBC youth gather together for an evening of food and fun. They spend a week (or two) planning the evening to show their appreciation for each other. This year the girls chose the theme and provided the food while the guys made gifts for the girls.