Vacation Bible School

VBS June 11-15, 2017

Children’s Registration (at the door)

At Vacation Bible School, children will discover the amazing and wonderful things God created. Children will learn that God created them and that He desires to have a relationship with them. By examining our world and the Bible, we will discover how sin messed everything up and how relationships were broken. We will discover that God sent His Son, Jesus, to pay the penalty for the sinner and that through His death and resurrection, Jesus proves that He is the only way to have a relationship with God.

Our VBS is in the evenings from 6:30-8:30 p.m. (Sunday-Wednesday evenings) with the children beginning in the worship center/auditorium and finishing in the same spot. Parents must sign their children in each evening at the registration area in the foyer of the worship center and then leave through the exits at the front of the worship center to keep traffic flowing in the same direction and to keep the children secure in the worship center. When parents return at 8:30 p.m. to pick up the child, the parent again enters and exists in the same fashion.

Children must have completed K4 to participate in Vacation Bible School. Our oldest VBS class is for children who have completed fifth grade. Your online registration gives us permission to photograph your child and use your child’s image in our Rocky Creek publications and videos. If your child has allergies or medical conditions we need to be aware of, please use the online registration form to give us the information needed to care for your child during VBS.

Thursday evening, June 15, families are invited to be part of our end-of-VBS celebration and musical beginning at 6:30 in the worship center. The children should arrive by 6:15 p.m. in order to be ready to begin the performance by 6:30 p.m. Following the performance, we will have a fellowship time in our fellowship hall. We hope you will join us and will become part of our Rocky Creek family.



  1. Joy Emery says: · ·Reply

    Children must have completed a K-4 class through those who have completed fifth grade.,

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