All aboard! This train is bound for glory! Are you ready? Have you signed up? That’s right, the wait is over. It is time to get registered for Vacation Bible School. Choo Choo!
Join us for our Hybrid Rocky Railway VBS 2021.
What is Hybrid VBS? I am glad you asked. Hybrid VBS is Vacation Bible School in a new and different way. As things continue to open, after a global pandemic, things look different. This year’s VBS will be partially in-person and partially done at home and online. You also have an online only option. Numbers will be limited, and there will be no walk-up registration. The time we are together is shortened which limits exposure. We are so excited to have fun together as we learn about Jesus!
Children will have a daily opportunity to bring a community offering benefiting the Little Elm Area Food Bank. There will be a coin contest between the boys and girls, and canned goods may be given. Monday: Peanut Butter, Tuesday: Jelly, Wednesday: Mac & Cheese, Thursday: Cereal, Friday: Pancake Mix.
Kids get started on the right track with Rocky Railway!
Kids discover that they can trust Jesus. Life is rocky for kids – full of ups and downs.
A Day at Rocky Railway VBS
Each day at Rocky Railway VBS, kids explore Jesus’ power to pull us through when life feels like a valley or a mountaintop. Kids deepen their friendship with Jesus and leave knowing they can trust Him to do big things in their lives.
Who Can Come?
VBS at CrossRidge is for children who are 5 years to those who completed 6th grade this year. Please enroll your child in the grade they just completed.
So, hurry and go to https://crc.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/909059 and get signed up before the train leaves the station, because numbers are limited. It’s going to be a fast track to summer fun where kids will learn that Jesus’ power pulls us through!
Parents, as the Faith Builders in the Home, you can start here:
For a complete Bible story worship experience with your child, please go to ministrygrid.lifeway.com and create or log in to your free account. Then follow this link for this week’s lesson: Noah Built the Ark.