A science lab conducts experiments that explain how things are possible. In Jesus’ ministry, He did things that are impossible. His greatest miracle of all was dying on the cross and rising from the dead for our salvation. At God’s Wonder Lab, children discover that Jesus does the impossible for us.
Who? VBS welcomes 4-year-olds through rising 6th graders.
When? Monday, July 5-Friday, July 9, 9:30 AM-12:30 PM (in-person)
Is there an online option? Depending on interest, we will offer a Virtual VBS later in the summer (more information below).
Cost: $25 per child or a max of $50 per family. Payment is due at time of registration unless previous arrangements have been made with Pastor Beth for a scholarship. Children of volunteers attend for free.
What to expect: Each day at God’s Wonder Lab begins in our sanctuary, specially arranged in safe-spaced islands. From there, your child will rotate, with a crew of kids their age, through fresh and high-energy outdoor stations: Bible challenge, crafts/experiments, games, dance and snack.
Safety measures: At this point, masks will be required of all participants.
Payment: After you register, you will be provided a link to Tithe.ly, a safe and secure online payment site.
Registration: Registration is required. VBS has a capacity of 60 campers and closes on June 28, or prior if the capacity is met. Sign up today by clicking on the button below:
What to expect: Later in the summer, we plan to offer a Virtual VBS program. Specific dates are TBD. Virtual VBS will offer prerecorded and live Zoom instruction. It will follow the same curriculum as the in-person VBS.
Payment: We won't ask you to pay until we know the dates. The cost is the same as in-person VBS.
Registration: Complete the brief registration form so we can keep you informed with plans as they develop.
By being a VBS volunteer, you are making a direct impact in children's lives. There are many different ways you can serve. When you sign up, you will have the option to select areas that interest you most.
Send your questions to Bissi Badou, VBS Director.