Vacation Bible School

Every summer we hold a week-long VBS for kids to come and learn about God in a fun, interactive, and friendly environment. We explore the different aspects of God's Word through group classes, skits, activities, memory verses, music, snacks, and crafts.

VBS 2015
In 2015, the kids discovered what it means to "Let Your Light Shine!" Through interactive songs, puppet shows, lessons, crafts and activities, children discovered the meaning of the classic children's song This Little Light of Mine and learned to let their lights shine before men!     

VBS 2014
In 2014, we explored "The Fruit of the Spirit." Children learned the attributes of the fruit of the Holy Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Through interactive songs, skits, lessons, crafts and activities, children explored and discovered the meaning of these nine fruits.     

VBS 2013
In 2013, children experienced "Living Water From Above" with the help of their friend Dewey Dropp. They learned about the power of water to save us from our sins. They explored the different aspects of water through God's Creation, the Crossing of the Red Sea, Naaman, and the Samaritan Woman at the Well.     Watch the video!

VBS 2012
In 2012, children stood in the shoes of firefighters, fighting the spiritual fires for God. They learned how to put out the fires of sin by becoming aware of the Dangers of Sin, being Spiritually Fit for Duty, being Prepared to Respond, and Rescuing the Lost. They learned important skills which helped them recognize sin and fight against the world's temptations.

VBS 2011
In 2011, children experienced what it meant to wear the "Armor of God." They learned about the Belt of Truth, the Breastplate of Righteousness, the Shoes of the Gospel of Peace, the Shield of Faith, and the Helmet of Salvation. By putting on the holy "Armor of God," they learned how to protect themselves against the devil's evil schemes.


A minister isn't just the one who stands in the pulpit and delivers a sermon every week. In the Bible, Epaphras, Tychicus, Paul, Timothy and Phoebe were all described as ministers (from the Greek word diakonos). Like the 2 or 5 talent men who each doubled their master's money, there are gifts that we can develop and improve upon.

We are called to be ministers using the talents that we have been blessed with. How does your talent help you to serve another?