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Vacation Bible Schools 06/23/10

Brooks UMC, June 28-July 2
Brooks United Methodist Church will have “Galactic Blast” VBS for ages 3 – 5th grade, from 9 a.m. - noon. activities include recreation, science, music, storytelling, and voyaging into outer space. To register, call 770-719-7593 or email brookschurch@bellsouth.net. For more info, visit the website at www.brooksumc.com.

FFUMC, June 28-July 2
Fayetteville First United Methodist Church will have “Baobab Blast” Vacation Bible School the week of June 28-July 2, from 9 a.m. until 12:15 p.m. Children age 3 (as of Jan. 1, 2010) through completed fifth grade are eligible to attend. The cost is $10. The cost includes a CD and a t-shirt. The church is in downtown Fayetteville across the street from the Fayette County Courthouse.

Heritage Christian, June 28-July 1
Heritage Christian Church in Fayetteville will offer “High Seas Expedition: Exploring the Mighty Love of God” VBS, Monday, June 28-Thursday, July 1 from 9:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. VBS is open to kids who have completed kindergarten through fifth grade. Each day will include Bible-learning activities, songs, games, treats, Bible adventures, and Bible Point crafts.To register, go to: www.heritagechristian.org, or call the church, 770-716-5768. For more information, email childrens@heritagechristian.org.

The Summit, July 18-20
The Summit Church will have VBS July 18-20 from 6-8 p.m. John Westlund, the campus minister of Middle Tennessee State University, will speak. There will be dinner, activities for children, and learning opportunities for people ages 4-94. Phone 770-460-3335 or email info@thesummitpc.net. The website is at www.thesummitpc.net.

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