From the youngest of children to the youngest at heart, our ministries are for every age. Scroll down to find your fit.


We recognize parents hold the primary influence in the life of a child and are called by God to be "the primary disciple makers in the home" (Deuteronomy 6)Families come in all shapes and sizes, each facing their own opportunities, challenges, trials and victories. Our goal as a church is to come alongside parents by equipping and encouraging them as they pursue Jesus.

As we strive to make disciples starting in Prescott, Kidz Town focuses on teaching children to love God, love others, serve God and serve others. We would love for your child to be a part of that! During the 9:30a, 11a & 5p services, we provide a safe, secure environment for children to learn about God.  We have background checked volunteers who love children and help them develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.


(Infants through two years old)

During every service, we offer a safe, warm, fun environment right next to the Worship Center.  We have amazing, background checked volunteers eager to show God's love to your little one! 


(Two and three years old)

Klub House is offered during our

9:30a, 11a & 5p services.
This is a fun environment for our toddlers to learn about God’s Word.  We typically spend a whole month learning the same Bible story so they really grasp it.  Our spunky, background checked volunteers love teaching this age group.  We use Group Publishing’s Hands On Curriculum; it's a two year curriculum that hits most of the major stories in the Old and New Testament.


(Preschool and kindergarten)

Lego House is offered during our 9:30a, 11a & 5p services. When a child turns four, they start building a strong foundation in their relationship with Jesus by learning how the Bible applies to their lives. Our curriculum varies, but our background checked volunteers are always ready for a fun time learning about God’s Word!


(First through fourth grade)

The Warehouse is offered during our 9:30a, 11a & 5pm services. This group learns how to store God’s Word in their hearts, just like a warehouse is used to squirrel away items. It is an energetic, fun and practical teaching environment for your child.  There is a take home each week. It summarizes the lesson and gives pointers for parents to leverage the content throughout the week.


D6 families - 18 videos (about 10 minutes each) that walk kids through the study of God

It Starts at Home is a program parents can purchase to involve their children in weekly family devotionals

Pursue God is a website that answers common questions kids have about God


Whether or not your fifth to 12th grade student has chosen to follow Christ, we want to plant good seeds in their lives, so through God's grace, they may come to know Him. We do this through our weekly youth group meetings, Sunday mornings, special activities, retreats, mission trips and building Christ-centered relationships with students. This isn't your typical youth group ministry. We don't want them to just go to church, but be the church!


(Fifth and sixth grade)

Club 56 is a ministry designed just for fifth and sixth grade students. It's a high energy environment where they learn what it means to be a disciple of Jesus. This group meets during the 11a and 5p services downstairs in the youth room. We also meet one Saturday a month for fun.

For more information, contact

our Club 56 director, Joey Hallstrom, at

or call the church office at 928-445-0680.

Club 56 summer events

(Click here to see full calendar)

                                                                                                          All events require a medical release form

                                                                                                                                      (Click here to view the online form)


(Seventh and eighth grade)

Sunday mornings, this group meets at 11a in room 206 of the admin building for a time to connect and learn more about God.  We listen to the sermon, afterward unpacking how it applies to a seventh or eighth grader.

During the our 5p service, JrHi combines with Club 56 and meets in the youth room.

JrHi youth group meets Monday nights from 6:29-8:15p for a great time to play games, get into God's Word and get to know one another. We do not meet during the summer on Monday nights because of events. See these below. Youth group will restart on Monday, August 7. 

For more information, email  or call the church office at 928-445-0680.


(Ninth through 12th grade)

We want these students to be a part of the whole church, so we all worship together on Sundays.  Our services are at 8a, 9:30a, 11a & 5p.

SrHi Summer Events

(Click here to see full calendar)

Friends are welcome, so invite them!

SrHi youth group meets Tuesday nights from 7:01-8:45p for a great time to play games, get into God's Word and get to know one another. We do not meet during the summer on Monday nights because of events. Youth group will restart on Tuesday, August 8.

For more information, contact

our student pastor, Randy Edens,

or call the church office at 928-445-0680.


The vision of Life Groups at Prescott Christian Church is to “do life together” in a relational environment where we strive to be disciples of Jesus.

Our groups are centered in the neighborhoods where we live. We intentionally reach out to serve our neighbors and model the love of Jesus.
Groups meet weekly to study and practice obedience to God’s Word, as well as pray and care for one another.

Contact us at or

click here to get plugged in.

Want to see if there's a group near you? Check out this interactive map to get an idea AND email a leader if interested.


We have a heart for global evangelism, promoting the message for God's saving grace around the world, as well as at home.

Prescott Christian Church is faithful to allocate 16.5 percent of contributions to support missions that send monthly financial support to eight ministries, locally, in Arizona, and internationally. Click "outreach" under the ministries tab for a list of these missions.

We desire to provide opportunities for all our partners to participate in mission ministry. 

Several short-term trips are scheduled every year. These trips are diverse in destination and designed for all age groups. There is an upcoming outreach trip to Mexico in March of 2018. Check the events page to learn more.


Our mission is to make disciples starting in Prescott. Scroll down to learn about opportunities available for intimate discipleship and prayer at Prescott Christian Church.

intimate discipleship

In the Great Commission, Jesus commands his disciples to go, baptize and make disciples of all nations, teaching them to obey all he commanded. (Matthew 28:19-20)

We seek to carry out the third command in the Great Commission by encouraging one on one, or couple on couple, discipleship.  

You might be interested in intimate discipleship if you are in a crisis with your relationships or circumstances.  God is anxious for you to learn biblical tools to glorify Him during your struggles.

You might be interested in intimate discipleship if you want to be equipped to disciple others who may or may not be struggling.  

Click here if you want to be contacted or learn more.

Click here to be connected to the Called to Obedience ministry website.

PRAYER at Prescott Christian Church

Prayer at Prescott Christian Church is a priority.  We have different opportunities for you to get involved in this ministry. 

See if any of the below are a match to you!


    Make a difference by praying for those who submit requests online at

    Click here to be added to the prayer chain.


    Volunteer as a member of the prayer team. They pray for people at the prayer wall every Sunday during service times. 

    We carefully evaluate each person who is interested to be sure they have a heart for people, are biblically sound and anxious to pray with those who may have difficult issues.

    Click here if you would like to be considered for the prayer team.


    Prayer Partners is a ministry for those who consider Prescott Christian Church their home church.  Each partner receives a monthly email assigning them a specific ministry to pray for such as the children's or youth ministry.  In addition, you may be asked to pray for a specific event.

    Click here if you would like to be considered for Prayer Partners.

  • Wednesday Prayer @ pcc

    Do you want to be a part of the most important meeting of the week? Do you have a burden to uphold our church, our city and our nation in prayer as we thank God, seek God, listen to God and ask God? Anyone and everyone is welcome to join us weekly from 10-11a in the admin building, room 201. Feel free to bring any and all of your prayer needs.

    "I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people." (1 Timothy 2:1)


Welcome to Heart 2 Heart, our women's ministry! We are excited about this year, and looking forward to seeking God as we fellowship and share our love for Christ.

We all have a God-given purpose as stated in Jeremiah 29:11, "'For I know the plans I have for you,' declares the Lord, 'plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.'"

Join one of our women's weekly Bible studies starting September 11, and/or contact us regarding how you can serve those inside and outside the church.

If you are new, please contact Melva Burton at and ask to be added to our contact list.  You will be added to our distribution list to receive our information sheet, plus the most current women's ministry calendar.

"My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever."

(Psalm 73:26)

"Search me, God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts."

(Psalm 139:23)

"But be very careful to keep the commandment and the law that Moses the servant of the Lord gave you: to love the Lord your God, to walk in obedience to him, to keep his commands, to hold fast to him and to serve him with all your heart and with all your soul.” (Joshua 22:5)


Our job is to honor and serve people, just like Jesus would. Our first priority is to meet relational needs. We  represent Prescott Christian Church as a disciple of Jesus to “hear” what is needed. Someone may call in saying they need painting done, but they are really looking for a visitor since they live alone. Priority number two is to meet the physical need. What task needs to be done? Meet each and every need with excellence!

To get involved, click here and type, "I want to serve with helping hands," in the comment box.