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Activities for children and teenagers

There are many activities for children and youth* during the school year. You can see the complete calendars for children (5th grade and younger) and for youth (6th-12th grade) at www.Ubc-br.org. To learn more contact (1) Deb McElgin at Deb@Ubc-br.org for children or (2) …

Coming up!

Children (= elementary and younger)

Youth (= middle + high school)

Every Sunday evening = Transformed (for teenagers) – 5:00-6:30 p.m. at home of Griff + Abby Martin. Call or email for more information and for directions.

Vacation Bible School – children and volunteers welcome! June 17-21

Click here to register online

What? Vacation Bible School!

When? Monday-Friday  June 17-21  9:00-11:30 a.m.

Where? University Baptist Church (where Church of the Nations meets on Sunday) 5775 Highland Road  70808 

For whom? Children ages 4-11

CostFree

What is it about? The theme is “Athens: Paul’s Dangerous Journey to Share the Truth”Bible stories, crafts, games, snacks, music and singing.

Escape to Athens with Paul! Imagine leaving a life of privilege and power to face angry mobs, painful imprisonment, and chain-breaking earthquakes – all to spread the life-changing truth of God’s love.

How do I sign up? Please register earlyYou can sign up now by clicking on the button and registering online.

Do we need help? Yes! We would love to have volunteers help with this activity. Contact Rick Wright at Rick@Ubc-br.org or call him at (225) 766-9474 ext 222 to let him know you would like to help.

Vacation Bible School is coming! Monday-Friday June 25-29

University Baptist Church (and this includes Church of the Nations) will have Vacation Bible School on Monday-Friday June 25-29 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. This is for children four years old through (just finished) 5th grade. The theme is “Take Me to the Water: God’s Love Flows”. Each year several international children participate. Vacation Bible School includes games, snacks, singing, Bible lessons.

If you would like your child/children to participate please register online at www.Ubc-br.org/children (“Click here to sign up“). If you have questions you can contact Rick Wright or call the church office at 225-766-9474.

 

Vacation Bible School next week – Mon June 20 to Fri June 24

Next week University Baptist Church will offer Vacation Bible School for children age 4 through 5th grade. Middle school and high school children can still participate as helpers.

Monday June 20 to Friday June 24 from 6:00-8:30 p.m.

University Baptist Church
5775 Highland Road, 70808

There will be singing, games, crafts, and Bible studies. There is no cost for Vacation Bible School.

If you would like your child/children to participate please register online at http://www.ubc-br.org/form11767.htm.

*Rick Wright plans to drive the church bus Monday through Thursday night during Vacation Bible School. Children must be at least 5 years old to ride on the bus unless a parent comes with him/her. He will pick up starting at Edward Gay at 5:30 p.m. Parents need to meet their children when he takes them home starting at Edward Gay at 8:45 p.m. (Rick will not be able to drive the bus for Vacation Bible School on Friday night because of English Conversation.)

Let’s go to Australia! Vacation Bible School – June 22-26

University Baptist Church will offer Vacation Bible School the week of Monday-Friday June 22-26 from 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 noon each day. This is for children ages 5 through 5th grade. But children in 6th grade or older are very welcome to come and help as volunteers.

The theme is “Boomerang Express” and many of the games and activities will have to do with Australia – as well as learning about the Bible and about Jesus Christ.

If children of international families would like to come please register them online at the University Baptist Church website! Although you can register your children on Monday June 22 it is much better to register them early. Please visit the University Baptist Church website for more information.

Pastor Rick is willing to pick up children who live on or near the Louisiana State University campus – but they must be at least 7 years old and they must come with a card that has their name and contact information. Of course you can always bring your children to the church yourself if you would like.