Life is wild. God is good. June 17-21, 9am to Noon Daily
ROAR into summer! Children will experience what it is like to be an Israelite living at the time of Moses and the Pharaoh. They will discover that God protected the Israelites and guided them to the Promised Land. Through life’s challenges, children will recognize that God is good and caring. Drama, music, science, art and games help children to be engaged with the themes all week and to remember the Scripture stories.
Registration is closed but if you are registered make sure you fill out the Photo Release Form
ROAR VBC Camp Set-up and Decorating
Help prepare rooms for VBC!
- June 12 Work Evening, Parish Hall, 7-9 pm
- June 13 Work Day, Parish Hall, 9-11:30 am and 1-3:30 pm
- June 14 Work Day, Parish Hall, 9-11:30 am and 1-3:30 pm
- Families with Children Registered for VBC
Children in grades 1-6 should report to the Parish Hall by 8:50 am on Monday, June 17. Children should wear comfortable clothes and close-toed shoes since we will be outside for games. Dismissal is at noon from the Parish Hall.
Children who will attend preschool and kindergarten this fall will report to the grade school by 8:50 am on Monday, June 17. Children should wear comfortable clothes and sneakers since they will be painting and playing games outside. Please pick up children at noon in the grade school.
As in the past, we will collect money to donate to the Home of the Holy Angels in Uganda. Children may bring the money to the Parish Hall or to the grade school classrooms during the week.
We will celebrate a wonderful week with a pizza lunch at noon on Friday, June 21, in the Parish Hall. Campers, their families and all VBC leaders are invited.
Thank you to all who are participating at ROAR VBC where Life is wild, God is good.