Welcome to Children’s Ministry at PBC Cupertino. We love kids and are delighted to be part of their lives. Our ministry is kid-friendly and God-centered, and our goals are simple:

  • Support families in the spiritual training of their children – be a place where every child grows in his or her love and understanding of God, the Bible and Christ.
  • Provide a nurturing, kid-friendly place – be a place where every child thrives.
  • Be relevant, relational, and fun – be a place where every kid wants to come.

We believe relationships are the key to ministry and so we put a premium on having many, loving adults interacting with the children. Our desire is to create a community for children – a comfortable environment where friendships are encouraged, where God is seen in their everyday world, and where age-appropriate, interactive learning is used. Our aim is to provide a loving foundation that prepares them for a life-changing relationship with Jesus.

Bunnie Ziegler
Children’s Pastor

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Parenting Resources:

Parent’s Place is the Bay Area’s leading family resource center.  From everyday issues to challenges requiring specialized assessment, they help parents, caregivers and educators support children at all ages. Their experts offer parenting workshops, parent coaching & consultation, child behavior & school support, clinical & special needs services, parent/child activity groups, and child & family therapy.
Use this link to access a variety of age-based parenting workshops: Parent’s Place Workshops. Please contact Lisa Harmon if you have questions.

Good Health Policy

Although cold and flu season is nearing an end, we want to do our best to help our children and families stay healthy.  Please take a moment to review our Good Health Policy:

• A child should not be at church when he or she is ill and is experiencing one or more of the following symptoms:  (Be sure to stay home until free of symptoms for 24 hours).

  1. Nausea or vomiting (Must remain at home until free of symptoms for 24 hours.)
  2. Diarrhea (Must remain at home until free of symptoms for 24 hours.)
  3. Severe headache
  4. Continuous coughing or runny nose
  5. Evidence of communicable disease such as a rash, swelling or unusual sore throat
  6. A temperature of 100° F or higher (Must remain at home until he/she has a normal 98.6° F temperature for 24 hours without the use of a fever reducer such as Tylenol.)
  7. Conjunctivitis (pink eye)
  8. Undiagnosed rash

If we notice your child showing any of these symptoms, we will contact you immediately to come and pick them up.  Thank you in advance for your help and assistance.

• Wash hands frequently with soap or use alcohol-based hand rubs. Wash between contacts with people or after touching tissues or surfaces soiled with saliva/nose drainage.

• Cover noses and mouths when sneezing or coughing. Remind children to cover their noses and mouths with tissue, or sneeze or cough into their sleeves. Put used tissues in wastebasket and then wash hands with soap or use alcohol rubs.