In the faith community, the party is almost always on Sunday. All are welcome to join the party atmosphere celebrating Children’s Ministry at Point of Grace Church, 305 Dartmoor Drive, on Sunday, June 2.
The church will be honoring kids who are moving to new classes with exciting activities and engaging teachings that are sure to help kids transition comfortably. The party kicks off at 9 a.m. and another at 10:30 a.m. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 515-987-9595. Find out about more upcoming POG activities by visiting the church’s website at www.pointofgrace.com.
Folks at the Waukee Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), 29043 T Ave., are ready to roll up their sleeves and get to work. On June 8 a group from the church will travel to the Camp and Conference Center in Newton to help with the Building a Path Together project to upgrade the camping facilities. About 10 people have already committed their time to this cause. For more information, contact George Risinger, especially for details such as carpooling, tools to take for the job, etc. Or call the church at 515-987-4937.
It’s that time of year when parents may choose a vacation Bible school that is right for their child. St. Boniface Catholic Church is rounding up participants for this year’s installment, themed “God’s Backyard Bible Camp – Under the Sun.” The VBS will run from Monday to Thursday, June 17 – 20. A fun day of crafts, games and sharing kicks off at 9 a.m. and goes to 11:30 a.m. Learn more by calling the church at 515-987-4597, or visit St. Boniface Church at 1200 Warrior Lane.
If evenings work better for your family, Westview Church is offering vacation Bible school the week of June 9 – 13 from 6 – 8:30 p.m. This year’s theme is “Kingdom Rock: Where Kids Stand Strong For God.” The church’s live band will be kicking up some music this summer, too. Registration has officially begun. Find the forms online at www.westview.org. Print and return the registration form to the church.
VBS is in need of adults and high school youth interested in crew leading.
“It’s an awesome way to allow God to use you to disciple to a small group of children all week, build relationships and have so much fun experiencing Jesus’s presence,” commented Angie Deuser. “We often hear from the crew leaders that they had more fun than the children.” Contact her at email@example.com.
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