VBS 2021 is 9:00 am - 12:15 pm July 26-30
Registration for Kids and Volunteers is open!
Grab your pickaxE and shovel!
VBS 2021 is headed to present-day Israel where discovery awaits at Destination Dig. Kids will unearth more than dirt as they dig up exciting evidence that proves biblical events were not just stories. As junior archaeologists, kids will explore real-life archaeological finds that have helped to uncover the truth about Jesus! Along the way, they’ll discover the truth of Jeremiah 29:13, that God reveals Himself to us when we seek and search for Him with all our hearts.
You will seek me and find me when you search for me with all your heart. (Jeremiah 29:13, CSB)
Day 1: Jesus Came as God Promised
Day 2: Jesus Demonstrated God’s Power
Day 3: Jesus Was Betrayed and Rejected
Day 4: Jesus Died and Rose Again
Day 5: The Bible Is True
Seek Truth! find Jesus!
In a Nutshell:
- 2021 Dates: July 26 – 30, in person, from 9:00 am – 12:15 pm each day
- Great Bible teaching and theme using trusted gospel-centered Lifeway materials
- Volunteers’ children, 2-month-old to Pre-K kids, are involved in their own VBS (you must volunteer to register those ages)
- VBS kids learn through different environments: worship rally, crafts, recreation, snack, missions, Bible study, and homeroom
- Environments for elementary kids (completed K – 5th grades)
- Register early to reserve your kid’s space, and volunteer. We will limit based on volunteers.
- Middle Schoolers (completed 8th grade and above) may sign up to be assistants in preschool and elementary environments.
- All adults are background checked and trained
- Free! (let’s repeat) Free!
Wondering about COVID? here’s Our plan:
We follow our FBC Covid Advisory Team recommendations, which you can read in full here.
- We ask those with a fever greater than 100.4, and/or runny nose, sore throat, cough, sinus infection or diarrhea to not attend.
- We are mask-optional throughout our facility, including volunteers.
- Parents are the authority to decide if their children will wear a mask, and we support your decision.
- We’re limiting the number of kids on campus so we can have smaller classrooms sizes