Outdoor VBS

July 19-23, 2021

M-F, 9:00 am -  12:00 PM Daily

Age: 4-11

Come spend the mornings with us as we exercise our physical AND spiritual muscles and learn how we as Christ followers will receive a crown that will last forever (1 Corinthians 9:25). This interactive VBS will give the kids a taste of the Competitor's Creed as we play different sports such as baseball, soccer, volleyball, tennis, and basketball. 

If you or your child would like to help at our VBS, please fill out the form below to indicate your shirt size and serving preferences. Thank you!

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Will everything be conducted outdoors?

Yes! All major activities will be held on our front patio, sectioned off segments of the parking lot and the entire backyard. The only exception is using the indoor restrooms and cooling off in the lobby if kids get overheated.


Will we require masking for children and adults during VBS?

We will follow CDC guidelines on this. Vaccinated individuals do not need to wear masks outdoors. Non-vaccinated individuals (adults or teens) will be encouraged to wear masks when social distancing isn't possible. We will not require masks for children. If you as the parent would like your child to wear a mask the entire time, you can let us know and we will enforce it to the best of our ability. Here is an article you might find helpful about outdoor masking and children.


Will there be food served at VBS this year?


In order to cut out the sharing of germs via food handling, we will not have a dedicated snack session like years past. We will however, have water stations readily accessible and children will receive a packaged snack at the end of each day. 


Can my child come to VBS if they are younger than 4 years old?

Children 3 years and younger are welcome if a parent can stay with them. Special arrangements can be made if the parent is a helper at VBS and only needs intermittent help with the child.  The reason we usually only take 4 and up is because we don't have the manpower to handle separation anxiety and or potty training.


Why isn't there an Afternoon Childcare Program?

We feel it is wise to avoid extended time indoors with a group of children and teens. Our traditional afternoon program entails a lot of interaction with one another due to serving lunch, playing board games, making crafts and being in close proximity in general. We hope the afternoon program can return next year. 

For any questions, contact Jacy Yu