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Vacation Bible School 2020

YOU ARE INVITED!

 

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

July 27-30, 2020  

Format: ONLINE with a small group meeting in person

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.   

We are less than one week away from the start of our VBS program. Our formal registration process has closed. We are sorry we can't accept walkins this year. We need time to arrange the facility and to prepare at home kits for our online participants. If you registered and need to change your registration type, or are interested in learning more, please contact our church office 813-961-2182. 

Check out our July 7, 2020

 Update


Those older than 6th grade, consider helping with VBS. There are many opportunities available, in person, from home, in advance and week of. There is a lot of joy and gratification in doing this. Click here for more information on getting involved.  





For more information or to have your questions answered, you can contact us at 961-2182 or email Abby Moss.


Looking forward to a great week!


Check out our May 4, 2020

Video Update for what is in the works! 



Look up-way up. That’s where we’re headed, where I-beams float effortlessly high overhead, carefully guided into place by powerful machinery. Where steel and glass converge in a colossal design that appears to almost touch the sky. These magnificent structures were elaborately designed and intricately built. Yet they  all began the same way-with concrete and cranes, rivets and rebar, bulldozers and backhoes; and most importantly, a solid foundation. This summer, kids will don their hard hats and head out to the construction site to discover that skyscrapers aren’t the only things that need a rock solid foundation. 

Through VBS, kids will discover that Jesus’ love provides a foundation that will last. When the storms of life come, they’ll need the One who will be with them to the end of the age. When anxiety sets in, they’ll need the assurance that true wroth comes from being a child of God, not from what other people think about them. When they feel unworthy, they can remember that Jesus loved them enough to die for them. They’ll learn to be wise builders who continue in what they’ve learned and firmly believe. And they will discover that He who began a good work will be faithful to carry it on to completion. We’re all a work in progress. Life is a hard hat zone, but just wait till you see what God will do!