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Vacation Bible School at PCCT!

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Surf’s up! The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township welcomes all children to their Vacation Bible School 2016. This year’s camp, Surf Shack, will be held from June 27-June 30.

The four day, morning summer program invites children to discover God’s love in the world through qualified, caring teachers leading this dynamic, and fun week! Our themes will include: God creates, God loves, God helps and God sends! All children who are 4 years old by January 1, 2016, to those entering 6th grade in the fall of 2016 are invited to join us!

Each day, the Surf Shack Kids will experience age appropriate, fast paced, activities, crafts and games to gain understanding of God’s love. Children will make new friends, and build social skills as they participate in fun, meaningful activities. Our age groups include:

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·         VBS Tots: Preschool (for children who are 4 years old by 1/1/2016)

·         Kindergarten

·         VBS Juniors: 1st and 2nd grades

·         VBS Seniors:  3rd through Entering 6th Grade

             

Early Bird Registration is NOW extended! During the Early Bird Registration, the cost is $35 for the first child and $20 for each additional child in the family. 

 

Date:               Week of June 27th - June 30th

Place:             The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township

                        240 Southern Blvd., Chatham, NJ  07928

Time:              9:00 am. - 12:00 noon

Contact:         pcct-nj.org/vbs or 973-635-2340 – for more information, email Director of Children’s’ Ministries, Cindy Caporaso at ccaporaso@pcct-nj.org

So come on out! Surf’s Up! See you at the Shack!

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