Vacation Bible School

June 28 - July 1
 

 

Kids aged 3-12 are invited to join us at ReNew, the Green Vacation Bible School!  We'll explore Jesus' Parable of the Sower & learn about caring for our earth & each other.  Come Grow in Faith, Have Fun & Change the World!

 

As always, we need volunteers before, during, and after the week of VBS—there’s something for everyone! We need help decorating, gathering/buying supplies, sewing, promotion/registration on Sundays, donating/loaning items for use, working on site the week of VBS and more!

 

First United Methodist Church, Stony Point Campus

June 28-July 1, 2010

9am-12noon daily

 

Please contact Janin Comiskey for information or to volunteer to help!

 

You can REGISTER AND PAY ONLINE or you can use the traditional paper and check method.

 

If you already registered, you can PAY ONLINE HERE.

 

We welcome your donation to help send a child to VBS.
 

 

Items Needed for VBS
Donations:
  • Seeds of various sizes, dried beans, seed packets, avocado pits, seed pods, pine cones
  • Other “found in nature” items such as twigs/small branches, stones/rocks, etc.
  • Old games (missing pieces) to be repurposed
  • Large pieces of cardboard and packing materials to make decorations
  • Clean plastic bottles, cups, containers, egg cartons, shoe boxes, etc.
  • Old artificial plants, flowers, vines, trees, fruit and vegetables
  • Used greeting cards
  • Small plastic magnifying glasses
  • Tape—scotch, masking, colored duct and clear packing
  • School glue, paste and glue sticks
  • Kids’ watercolors, finger paints, tempura, and paintbrushes
  • Non-toxic kids’ markers; low-odor permanent markers
  • Sidewalk chalk
  • (Eco-friendly) paints for decorating; large paint brushes
  • Hand sanitizer, paper towels, sponges, cleaning wipes
  • Poster/foam board, tissue paper, pipe cleaners, sandpaper, burlap, raffia, clothespins and string/fishing line
  • 5-10 small squirt bottles
  • Wire garden fencing

Loaned Items:

  • Shovel, hand-held garden tools
  • Garden gloves
  • Watering cans
  • Farmer/straw hats/ trucker hats/grocers’ aprons
  • Preschool grocery items—plastic/wooden fruit, vegetables, etc.
  • World globe, maps, travel items
  • Hula hoops
  • Children’s books—nature, seeds, farming, world, community themes
  • 15-20 plastic buckets/bins (suitable for water or soil)
  • Hot glue guns
     

 

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