Star Hope Vacation Bible School Director, JennyLynn Heras, led an average of 55 kids a day into the tree house to see the wonders of God.
For three hours every morning last week kids and teachers alike, were turned into “Galactic Starveyors.”
Children began the day with a worship rally and then were dismissed to their age appropriate classrooms. Teachers helped them focus their telescopes on the marvels painted in the sky by the Creator, including the visible and the invisible.
They discovered the wonder among all wonders and that the God who created everything is always there.
After bible study, recreation and crafts children then returned to the sanctuary for the closing rally.
Offerings for the week were donated to Missions, to help others learn about Christ.
An average of 25 Star Hope members were on hand daily to help with teaching classes, being a classroom helper, serving snacks, coordinating crafts and showing those in attendance the wonders of God.
According to Star Hope Pastor, Roger Briggs, VBS is one of the greatest highlights of the year for the church! He added, “We are grateful to the parents who entrusted their children to us for the week, we take that trust very seriously.”
Vacation Bible School is the premiere outreach event of the year for many churches. Few other events offer the potential to reach out to children and adults in your community the way VBS can.
It offers a powerful and unique opportunity for sharing Jesus Christ and positively impacting the kingdom of God.