We thank God for leading almost 80 kids and volunteers from 10 local churches down the “Resurrection Road” at a community Vacation Bible School during Spring Break, March 26-28. Thank you for your prayers and participation! Samuel Abney, web contractor for the JC Ministerial Alliance, has produced a VBS highlights video. We hope you enjoy it.
Our church will host a community Vacation Bible School during Spring Break, March 26-28. The activities will begin with supper at 5:30 and sessions are 6:00-8:30. The theme is “Resurrection Road.” Bus transportation will be available. Please call 618-983-5254 if you need a ride. We still have room for more students.
Resurrection Road VBS
Our church will host another community VBS during Johnston City’s Spring Break, which happens to be Holy Week. The activities will begin with supper at 5:30 and sessions from 6:00-8:30. The theme of the lessons, “Resurrection Road,” will lead students from the Last Supper to the Cross and Empty Tomb. Bus transportation will be available. Another volunteer meeting will be held Thursday, March 15, 7:00 pm in the fellowship hall.
Our Wednesday night student ministry now follows a new schedule and uses a new curriculum series called “What We Believe.” We continue to serve supper at 6:30 and begin activities at 7:00. The first thing on the agenda is age-appropriate worship followed by a “master teacher” who presents the heart of the lesson each week. Then our students divide into school-grade-based groups. First to exit, Pre-K-Grade 2 (Jefferson School students in JC) follow their teacher Marta Phillips to her well-equipped classroom on our lower level. Lincoln School students (grades 3-4) are lead by Sarah Fletcher to a new classroom upstairs in our youth center. Washington Middle School students (grades 5-8) divide up by gender. Girls go with Janice Legendre to an upstairs classroom and boys stay in the auditorium with teacher Roger Legendre and his helpers (Bill and Rick). High School students meet in the fellowship hall (or a nearby classroom) with leaders, Amy Williamson and Sabra Sones. Adults gather in the library with teacher Doug Hancock. There’s something for everyone. Come join us this Wednesday.