VBS 2018 Highlights an Exciting Summer

If you’re ready for Vacation Bible School and you know it—raise your hand. Our students from last year, shown above, can now enjoy a full day of VBS at our West Campus this year.

Christ Church’s Vacation Bible School is expanding to be a full-day summer camp that will provide ministry, excitement, and fun memories to hundreds of kids ages 5-11. The program runs from July 9–13 at the West Campus. At the end of this five-day experience, kids will understand that God wants us to live fully alive—because His word is true.

Another important aspect of 4RStudents is making sure that we are providing our children with the healthiest and safest environment possible. To that end, the entire Kidtropolis staff and coordinators recently took CPR training. In addition, Kidtropolis Director Chris Lewis established a new bi-annual requirement of all children’s ministry team members to participate in CPR training and certification (held by the American Safety and Health Institute).

Pastor Chris

Pastor Chris

Pastor for the Quest Kids Ministry

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