High School

High School

PBCC’s high school group, Holy Broken, is a community where our main focus is the teenage pursuit of holiness, in spite of the reality of our broken nature. The easiest way to begin this pursuit…Get involved!

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Sunday Mornings

Sunday mornings provide an opportunity for community where the main goal is sound biblical teaching that addresses the world of today’s teenager.

 Another goal of Sunday mornings is connectedness.  We enjoy some time on both ends of our hour together hanging out, talking, eating snacks etc.  It is our hope that students will get to know students outside of their normal “circle.”  Since we have a wide range of students from 6 different public high schools, 2 private high schools, and home schools, there are plenty of opportunities for students to meet new people!  All in all, Sunday mornings are a great time together! Come Join Us!

Sunday A.M.: 10:30-11:40 a.m. most Sundays in room #202

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Questions? contact Kyle

One thing that I really feel strongly about is the reality that there is much more to the Christian life than simply showing up on Sunday mornings. It’s easy to put on the facades and the fake smiles and all that kind of stuff for an hour or so a week. That is why I think small groups are crucial. As I’ve shared from time to time on Sunday mornings, high school life is stressful. If there aren’t enough academic and extracurricular pressures you have the pressures of the social scene as well. You need to have a safe place to be open and vulnerable. That is what small groups are all about! If you are interested be sure and send me an email or talk to me at Sundays Holy Broken!


King City Outreach

Our big-event outreach each year is our trip to King City. It is a unique week-long experience where we conduct Vacation Bible Schools, build relationships through sports, put on evangelistic services, do construction and serve in various ways as the Lord leads.

Map to Whisper Canyon

Map to KC Ministries

MARCH 16-23, 2019

King City is a unique week-long experience where we conduct Vacation Bible Schools, build relationships through sports, put on evangelistic services, do construction and serve in various ways as the Lord leads. This is an amazing opportunity to serve the Lord by loving the children of King City. It is also a rare chance to build amazing relationships and community within our youth group. If this trip falls on a school week for you I still HIGHLY recommend you joining us on this trip…it can have an eternal impact on our friends in King City as well as in your own life! Cost is $300 for high school students, FREE for 8th graders and $100 for adults. See specific check writing instructions below. Scholarships are available so don’t let the cost get in the way! For more information see the links below:

General Information: Master Info •  Calendar • Letter to Teacher or Employer • Packing List • Prayer Partner Sheet

If you are interested in being a student team leader for King City, follow the link below to submit your application due December 16. Here is the Student Team Leader Ministry Description for those who would like to learn more about what it means to be a student team leader. Student Team Leader Application • Student Emergency Form

Adult Forms (due February 15): Adult Application • Adult Emergency Form This sheet gives a description of ways adults can help and the general flow of the week.

Students: Student Application (due January 6)

8th Graders: 8th Grade Application • Student Emergency Form

All other items (due March 4):   Student Emergency Form  • Color Photo of Yourself  (pull your phone out right now, take a selfie, and email to marilyn@pbcc.org • Prayer Partner Sheet • deposit due – $150

Checks are to be made payable to ‘PBCC’The only words written in the memo line are ‘King City’. (The word ‘registration’ MUST NOT be in the memo line. In addition, no student or other participant name can be in the memo line.)