Camden's First Baptist Church will hold its annual Vacation Bible School June 10 -14 from 9 am to 12 noon for ages 3 through 5th grade.
A week full of activities and fun is planned and will include Bible study, missions study, crafts, music, recreation, and snacks. Also featured will be a Family Night on June 12 at 5:30 pm which will include a brief program in the sanctuary followed by a free hot dog dinner in the Fellowship Center.
Vacation Bible School is open to any child in the community who meets the age requirements whether or not they are members of First Baptist Camden. Children who were 3 years old before Sept. 1, 2018 through children who just completed 5th grade are welcome to participate. There is no cost for attendance.
The theme of the week will be "In the Wild - Amazing Encounters with Jesus" and is based on scripture verse John 20:31.
Registration can be completed online or in the church office, located at 1201 Broad Street in Camden. The online address to register is http://tinyurl.com/camden1stvbs19. There is also a link on the church's website which is firstbaptistcamden.org. (Click on the "What's New" tab at the top of the home page.) Children can be registered any day before or during the Bible School.
"Vacation Bible School is an incredible opportunity to teach children in the community about the love of Jesus and how to share His love with others," said Stephanie Caldwell, Interim Director of Children's Ministries.
Vacation Bible School activities will begin and conclude each day in the church sanctuary. For more information, parents can contact Caldwell at email@example.com or (803) 432-7635.