PCS students actively participate in a myriad of ministry projects every school year. Here is a current list of projects our students are involved in:
Adopt a Leader Program
Our students are taught daily to pray for others, especially those in authority.
1 Timothy:2-1 tells us “First of all , then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all people, for kings and all who are in high positions that we may lead a peaceful and quiet life, Godly and dignified in every way.”
It is because of this that many of our classrooms adopt a community leader that they daily support in prayer.
At PCS, January is Missions Month. During this month, each classroom will be supporting a missionary family, as well as meeting missionaries and hearing about their experiences each week in chapel.
4K – The 4K class has chosen to pray for and support a family serving in Asia.
Kindergarten – The Kindergarten class has chosen to pray for and support Katherine Marrow, who serves in Honduras as an academic director for Academia La Providencia – a Christian school affiliated with an onsite orphanage.
1st Grade – The 1st Grade class has chosen to pray for and support Stephen Castiaux, a YWAM (Youth with a Mission) Missionary out of Denver, Co.
2nd Grade – The 2nd Grade class has chosen to pray for and support Pastor Didier, serving in Lumbumbashi, Democratic Republic of Congo, helping to establish new churches.
3rd Grade – The 3rd Grade class has chosen to pray for and support Ian and Mindy Strauss, who serve The Mission, an orphanage and care home in Carmel Serdan, Mexico.
4th Grade – The 4th Grade class has chosen to pray for and support the Calhoon family, who serves in Taurango, New Zealand.
5th Grade – The 4th Grade class has chosen to pray for and support Jill Mitchell from the Youth with a Mission, who travels to Baja monthly with a team from the U.S. to build houses and bring supplies to the needy.
6th Grade – The 6th Grade class has chosen to pray for and support David and Alesya Andrusyak, who are serving with SEND International in Tambov and Lipetsk, Russia.
7th & 8th Grade – The 7th and 8th Grade classes have chosen to pray for and support Frank Erb, State Director for Capitol Commission.