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PCCT Vacation Bible School 2015

The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township will welcome all children to Vacation Bible School 2015, Bible Blast to the Past, the week of July 13th thru 17thBible Blast to the Past Bible Camp—where kids will learn what God’s love is and how God loves them no matter what they are challenged to do or be.  Kids begin to understand the needs in their communities and around the world and how serving others is a significant part of both showing and receiving God’s love. 

At Bible Blast to the Past Bible Camp, kids will participate in the large-group excitement of Bible Bash, experience God’s Word at the Timeless Truth Tent, learn ways to serve others at Mission Quest Cave, plus explore and create through fun-filled crafts, snacks, and games. Just step outside, and take a look to the past, our VBS kids will discover how much fun they can have serving God for one great big giant week of fun! 

Bible Blast Kids will experience age appropriate, fast paced, activities and games to understand God’s message each day through the following groupings:

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                  VBS Tots:                                  Preschool—4 and 5 yrs. old  (Mini Site Rotation Format)

                  VBS Jrs:                                     Kindergarten—Entering 3rd (Site Rotation Format)

                  VBS Srs:                                     4th thru Entering 6th Grade (A Mini VBS within the large VBS)

                 

During Bible Blast, kids will discover how much fun service can be and they will be challenged to serve their families, friends, neighbors, communities, and Jesus.

 

So let’s get moving and have a blast serving Jesus!   Registration is NOW open!!  

 

Date:                         Week of July 13th thru July 17th

Place:                       Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township

                                    240 Southern Blvd., Chatham, NJ  07928

Time:                         9:00 am. to noon

Contact:                 www.pcct-nj.org or 973-635-2340 – Check us out on Facebook or pcct-nj.org to download registration form. 

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