Children age 3 through rising 5th grade will join us for "VBS ROCKS," Tuesday June 20 through Friday June 23, from 9:00am to 12:00 noon at St. Paul's UMC. (Registration is now closed. If you didn't get to register for this year's VBS, please come back next summer!) Adult teachers and youth volunteers shepherd our campers as they enjoy Bible stories, songs, crafts, play time, and - of course - snacks!
CLICK HERE to download permission slips. Parents, please have them filled out for the first day of VBS!
CAMPERS (and parents!) WHAT TO EXPECT - ARRIVING & LEAVING:
9:00 am DROP OFF
Drop off each day is in the Sanctuary at St Paul’s. The easiest way to get to the Sanctuary is through the double doors on Armory Street. The registration tables will be outside (weather permitting). On the first day, please come 10-15 minutes early to drop off permission slips, pick-up name tags, and find your group before the program starts.
Pick up will be at the child's last center of the day. This means each group will have its own pick-up location. Pick-up locations will be given out on the first day of VBS and posted around the church as well. On the last day, there will be a short program at 11:35 in the Sanctuary starring all of the campers! This is an event not to miss and your parents can take you home right after the program is finished.
WHAT TO WEAR:
· Clothes that can get messy or wet – because you just might get messy and wet!
· Sunscreen and bug spray
· Something or everything that matches the Colors of the Day!
Tuesday – Patriotic Colors
Wednesday – Halloween Colors
Thursday – Christmas Colors
Friday – VBS t-shirt (you will get T-shirts on Wed. or Thurs.)
YOUTH HELPER INFORMATION
Youth who've finished grade 5 through grade 12 can serve as VBS Youth Staff Helpers. Youth helpers MUST attend a mandatory orientation session in the Chapel on Monday, June 19, regardless of previous experience. There are two time slots to choose from: 9:30am or 12:00noon. Look for an email with more information from the VBS coordinators Shari, Robin, and Jackie. Thanks!