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Bible School – East Zion Congregational Christian

GREENVILLE – Come one. Come all. Kids ages 3-12 will take the ride of their life at Colossal Coaster World Vacation Bible School at East Zion Congregational Church, the little white church on the hill at U.S. Route 36 East, from July 21-25, 6:15-8:30 p.m.

Kids will be challenged to tap into God’s promise to give them courage and face their fears by trusting him. Each day they will dress up to follow their daily lesson. Monday wear something Hawaiian. Tuesday wear bright colors. Wednesday wear something with a car on it or with stripes. Thursday wear crazy shoes and Friday wear blue or their tye dye shirts. On Friday, parents are invited to attend their closing ceremony beginning at 7:45 p.m. to learn about what the kids have been doing all week. Parents will be able to visit their child’s classroom and enjoy socializing at the hot dog and ice cream party.

You may register your son/daughter the first day of VBS or email the following information to Ruth Estes, VBS director, planeartist@yahoo.com by July 18 to receive a tye-dye t-shirt. Please include the following information: first and last name of child or children attending, ages, grade just completed at school, allergies to foods, t-shirt sizes, parents’ names, addresses, phone numbers, emergency phone numbers and the names of those who will be picking up your child.

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