Vacation Bible School

Climb aboard for mountains of fun at Rocky Railway! On this faith-filled adventure, kids discover that trusting Jesus pulls them through life’s ups and downs.

Brandon Campus

for age 4 by 9/1/2020-completed 5th grade

Preschool drop-off & pick-up location: assigned classrooms
Elementary drop-off location: Worship Center
Elementary pick-up location: assigned classrooms

Riverview Campus

for completed kindergarten – completed 5th grade

Drop-off location: check-in table
Pick-up location: Worship Center

Fun All Week

Mountain Pass Monday
Wear: Green
Snack*: Pirate’s Booty White Cheddar Popcorn

Message: Jesus’ power helps us do hard things
Scripture: Ananias helps Saul – Acts 9:1-9

Tunnel Tuesday
Wear: Bright/neon colors and bring a flashlight
Snack*: Mini Chocolate Donuts

Message: Jesus’ power gives us hope
Scripture: Paul encourages during storm/shipwreck – Acts 27

Wild Winding Wednesday
Wear: Crazy backwards day
Snack*: Pretzel Sticks

Message: Jesus’ power helps us be bold
Scripture: Peter and John teach about Jesus – Acts 3:1-4:31

Train Conductor Thursday
Wear: Wear a conductors hat (or any hat)
Snack*: Coco Crispy Treats

Message: Jesus’ power lets us live forever
Scripture: Jesus’ death and resurrection
– Matthew 26:17-28:10

Final Destination Friday
Wear: Wear your VBS shirt or similar color
Snack*: Frozen Treat (tbd)

Message: Jesus’ power helps us be good friends
Scripture: The church is united
– Acts 2:42-47; 4:32-35

*Children 3 and under will receive Veggie Straws or Cheerios for a snack.

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VBS Training

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Volunteer Lunch

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Mission Project

Alpacas! Operation Kid-to-Kid

We’re raising money to help families in need in Ecuador

“South America is home to the Andes mountains – the longest mountain range in the world that also has some of the highest peaks in the world! It’s not easy to live in the mountains so high, but people living in the Andes of Ecuador have figured out some amazing ways to make mountain life work.

A big help comes from some four-leged, fluffy pals – alpacas. Alpacas are sort of like llamas, but they have fluffy, strong fleece that gives them some funny hairdos sometimes. An alpaca’s fleece can be shaved off and give a family up to 10 pounds of warm fleece a year!

The fleece is easy to clean and spin into yarn for making hats, shirts, mittens, and so much more to keep people warm and dry in the high mountains.

Things made from alpaca fleece are sold in markets to make money for families to buy other important things they need, like food, stuff for school, repairs on their homes, and doctor visits.

There’s even more good alpacas can do for families that we’ll dig into during our games this week. Every $10 we collect for Operation Kid-to-Kid will buy an alpaca for a family who needs one in Ecuador. You can invite your entire family to help!”