was held the week of July 24-27 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Our theme: Freedom and our theme verse was from
the 5th chapter of Galatians verse 1: "For Freedom Christ has
set us free."
We explored not only the Biblical and Spiritual meaning of
freedom but we looked at the lives of contemporary men and
women who devoted their lives to working to achieve freedom. We call them Civil Rights leaders but in reality they were
Christian men and women whose lives were centered in a deep
and abiding faith in Jesus. Also, we briefly looked at the lives of
Fannie Lou Hamer, Rosa Parks and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
There were 40-45 people each night. Adults and young people
came looking forward to being together and learning together.
The format was simple but structured to allow for a devotions,
snacks, music, class time, games, a closing that individual grades
were responsible for and closing prayer and song.
We had good and strong teachers who really made our week
successful. My thanks to them.
Mr. Hezekiah and Mrs. Jame Webb
Ms. Mary Bobbitt
Ms. Lisa Bobbitt.
Mr. Vernon Younge
Reverend Ed Russell
Mr. Reginald Phillips
Mrs. Dorothy Smith
Reverend Timothy and Mrs. Danielle Chambers
Mrs. Cloria Wheeler
Twenty-eighteen is just around the corner and we'd like to begin
planning now for our 2018 Vacation Bible School. If you would
like to be involved please be in touch with Rev. Kenneth Wheeler, Board Chair for Education.
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