This Summer: Vacation Bible Camp! Mark your calendars for Monday, July 31 – Friday, August 4, 2023
In the depths of a colorful underground cave, is the beating heart of the hero community, the Hero Hotline Headquarters where everyone’s gifts are valued and every hero has a role to play. Each day at the Hero Hotline Headquarters, superheroes of all ages and abilities answer the call and join the Professor and veteran hero, Super Meer the Meerkat, to provide expert assistance and solutions to Hero Teams everywhere.

When Heroes in the field call in, the Professor, Super Meer, and our team of heroes will spring into action and explore the ultimate Hero Handbook -the Bible- to discover how all Heroes can follow the examples set by a cast of supporting Bible Heroes in stories from the Old and New Testaments, who work together to bring peace, build each other up, and share the great story of God’s love for us where they are and with the whole world.

As kids (called Heroes) experience these stories through music, drama and storytelling, games, arts and crafts, science, and even snacks, they’ll learn that Heroes are called to Follow Jesus, Help Others, Work Together, Listen to God, and Show Grace! And, best of all, they’ll be invited to answer this call at VBC, at church, at home, and every area of their lives.

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You may register your own child/children ages 5 years old/TK to 5th grade.  

VBC is from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 

Cost: $50/child (+$25 for siblings)

Volunteering: What if my child is now a teen? Can they participate in VBC week? Yes!

All teens/youth (finishing 6th grade through graduating seniors) – may sign up to volunteer. This is a great opportunity for service hours.

What about adult volunteers? Yes! We welcome adult volunteers during VBC to lead stations and snack time, help with drop-off and pick up, and other opportunities ahead of time to support VBC preparations.

Vacation Bible Camp Volunteer (youths and adults)
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More questions?

Contact Tricia Guerrero, Pastoral Associate to Children and Family Ministries
(310) 393-8258 ext. 104

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