Church puts VBS in a box

Church puts VBS in a box
FISHERVILLE—COVID-19 restrictions created an opportunity to do some 'out of the box' thinking with Vacation Bible School this year. The team at Trinity Lutheran Church in Fisherville met this challenge by putting VBS in a box! The bible lesson this year was ‘Easter Week’ and the kids learned that one of the greatest gifts we’ve been given, the gift of eternal life, has come from a sad and terrible event. “Through crafts and lessons, the kids learned that Jesus died on the cross for our sins. He lives forever with us, helping us get through the rough spots of COVID-19 and to find the blessings that we have all around us,” said Tricia Miller, VBS Team Leader. Olivia Miller is pictured with some of the crafts she created from the 'VBS in a box'. A total of 35 boxes were made, which the congregation gave out to children, grandchildren, friends, and neighbours in the community (at the end of July). “We’re praying that we can all meet in person for VBS in the summer of 2021!” added Miller. —Submitted by Tricia Miller, VBS team leader.

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