York’s Maranatha Church hosts medieval-inspired VBS

York’s Maranatha Church hosts medieval-inspired VBS

YORK—York Maranatha Christian Reformed Church was transformed into the North Castle as the children of Haldimand became knights and were invited to go on a quest for the King’s Armour. Each morning of July 18 to 22, 2022 the children learned about the armour of God. They explored stories from the Old and New Testament and learned about the different pieces of protective armour – the Belt of Trust, the Breastplate of Justice, the Shoes of Peace, the Shield of Faith, and the Helmet of Salvation. Shown above are some of the senior children posing with the Giant for the game of the day.    

—Haldimand Press photos by Rachel Vaarkamp.

YORK—Shown above are Zach, Leah, Chloe Schilthuis and cousin Harry Boekee of Caledonia.
YORK—Dawson Brouwer of Hannon and Wes Voortman of Caledonia are shown enjoying their snack.
YORK—Malakai DeBoer of Cayuga, Hannah Houwer of Caledonia, and Makenna DeBoer of Cayuga are shown enjoying the Friday Ice Cream Social.
YORK—Craft coordinators Femmy Walpot of Cayuga and Ans Vaarkamp of Hagersville are shown posing with the shield the children made.