Friday, August 13, 2010
Thursday, August 05, 2010
VBS kids sing for their parents and guests at the closing program.
The LYF song-leaders still helped the younger kids out- just from behind the congregation, in the back of the church.
VBS Director Bethany Mallory and Emily "Nanny McBee" tell the audience about what kids learned.
Karly Kunze, "Queen Bianca" stops by to offer Emily Pautsch, "Barb Bee" a promotion!
Wednesday, August 04, 2010
VBS students, Bethany and Pastor pray over missionaries Brent and Eugene Freidrichs
Brent and Eugene share musical instruments with the VBS kids. The Friedrichs work in Jos, Nigeria, in Africa where they coordinate services for and other missionaries.
Sarge Bee and Barb Bee discuss hive-land security issues.
3rd & 4th graders enjoy outdoor game time
5th and 6th graders found time to burn off energy on the old Noah's Ark playground
PK and Kindergarteners blow bubbles in front of the Sunday School House.
Tuesday, August 03, 2010
The August 1-5, 2010 St. John Vacation Bible School
Above and below, 5/6th graders hide out in the hive.
Nanny McBee discusses problems in the hive nursery with hive manager Barb Bee
VBS Director Bethany reminds the PreSchoolers that "Jesus love is a-bubblin' over."
LYF girls, bring some of the song-leading skills to VBS that they learned last month at the National Lutheran Youth Gathering in New Orleans.
Monday, August 02, 2010
Representatives of each age group, along with VBS Director Bethany Mallory and Pastor Merrill pray over missionaries Cindy (Ulrich) Thomas and John Thomas. John will be returning to Calcutta India later this week where they operate two Christian schools for poor children.
PreSchoolers wait for closing devotions to begin.
Story Teller Ted Mallory talks with third and fourth graders about Jesus' feeding of the 5,000
Pastor Merrill explains the rules for outside games to the fifth and sixth graders.
Sunday, August 01, 2010
This set may make you nervous if you're allergic to bees.
Pastor welcomes kids to the first night of Vacation Bible School at St. John
This set gives me hives!
No, it's not a $5 Foot-Long commercial, it's the LYF girls leading the kids in a praise song.