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Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School is a special time in the summer when the children learn about God through games, crafts, music, and story telling.  We could not let a summer pass without coming together to bring the children of our community a chance to learn and grow with God! 

Vacation Bible School is a community endeavor put on by a collection of Church's in town. It is typically held the third week in July. 


Welcome to VBS 2022 building a world of LOVE!

Last year we discovered how amazing it was to be out on the Green and visible to our community. This year, we want to build on that theme and actually learn how to BUILD community. We will visit churches as well as meet up with other neighbors in our community in different ways throughout the week. Crafts and recreation will focus on team building and exploring the diversity of gifts we bring to build a foundation for God’s world. Story will include Scripture where Jesus teaches us about loving our neighbor and the necessity of having different gifts to build a stronger community.


All are welcome! In addition to youth campers (4+) we are in need of teen leaders and adult volunteers to help us make this year a fun, engaging week of growing our relationship with God and each other. Although this is Christian based, we invite people of all faiths and of no particular faith tradition to join us.


The Details:
 Camp runs Monday through Friday, July 18-222 from 9am – 12:30am (rain or shine)
Where: Begins and ends at First Congregational Church, Lebanon CT
Who: Program is free to all. Youth campers MUST be registered BEFORE Friday July 16th. We cannot accept day of registration.
Youth Leaders and Adult Volunteers please contact Rev. Mary C Horan at or call 860-933-0303. Youth leaders are able to acquire community hours.
How: Click Here to Register!

Again this year, our teams are raising money for World Vision Clean Water Project!
Children are often forced to walk many miles each day to get water that can sometimes make them sick – or worse!

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