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At PCC, students (grades 6-12) are invited to hang out, have fun, and grow together as they learn what it means to have a faith in Jesus of their own.

This begins on Sunday mornings, where students worship in our main services and volunteer on ministry teams to make church happen. Then, throughout the week, student nights are THE place where they can really be themselves without judgment, and without just “being a number”. This is where any question or thought about faith, life, the Bible, and God are all welcome and encouraged. These fun, authentic groups led by PCC adult leaders are where all of these things will happen!

Additionally, students across PCC’s campuses gather for a few powerful events each year–a retreat, a summer mission trip (grades 6-college), and more. Additionally, campuses may offer events like bonfires, game nights, worship gatherings, and tubing trips down the river. To find those, check out upcoming student events.

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Elijah Schiarelli

Student Director

Elijah has been asked to write a short bio about himself, which makes him cringe for several reasons. Mainly, he feels awkward typing this about himself in the 2nd and 3rd person. On top of that, Elijah understands that he is still very much a student of his own faith walk with Jesus. Elijah supposes that this is an asset to his role as Student Director at PCC. He understands what it’s like to carefully consider what he believes and how he sees God moving around him, even when those considerations and questions involve overcoming doubts. Naturally, then, he can relate to student-aged kids and young adults who have similar considerations and help them get to the place where they can become fully devoted followers of Jesus who have taken charge of their own faith. In this way, Elijah loves what he is privileged to do: raise the next generation of Christ-followers who will shape the world in the years to come.

It also helps that he loves anime and video games. Elijah is husband to his beautiful wife Megan and father to Oaklyn, who inherited her mother’s beauty in every way (thank goodness).

Student Coordinators

Aylett – MacKenzie Dobson

Farmville – Helen Ames

Midlothian – Lindsey Stettler

Powhatan – Ellis Hopson

Riverside – Quae Johnson

Campus small group meeting times: 

  • Powhatan – Sundays, 5:00-7:00pm
  • Farmville – Sundays, 5:00-6:30pm
  • Aylett – Mondays, 6:00-8:00pm
  • Midlothian – Tuesdays, 6:30-8:00pm
  • Riverside – Fridays 6:30-8:00pm
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