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Staycation Bible School 2020: Feet that follow

Presbyterian Outlook Staycation Bible School 2020

Feet that follow: “Awesome are YOUR feet! They carry God’s love wherever you go!”

Are you looking for a way to engage children this summer, but struggling with how to connect during social distancing?  The Presbyterian Outlook has you covered with Staycation Bible School!

Christian educator Kelly Kaufman has crafted a week of VBS lessons and activities that can be done from home.

Theme verse: Isaiah 52:7 (From “The Message”):
How beautiful on the mountains
are the feet of the messenger bringing good news,
Breaking the news that all’s well,
proclaiming good times, announcing salvation,
telling Zion, “Your God reigns!”

Families of elementary-aged children will go on a journey exploring the places Jesus traveled and discovering the ways we can travel and share God’s love while staying right in our own homes!

Churches will receive:

  • Introduction for families: Introduce parents and families to the lessons, activities, and materials needed.  Remember: Everything is flexible!
  • Introduction for church leaders: This will help pastors, Christian educators and youth leaders communicate with families and help them plan how to make Staycation Bible School work for them.
  • Five days of lessons: Each day has a different focus and is loaded with lessons, coloring sheets, activities and ways to connect with others during this time of physical distancing.

Order now! (As soon as you order, you will receive an immediate download of all materials.)

Churches less than 200 members: Order for $20

Churches more than 200 members: Order for $30

Presbyteries interested in ordering: Please call George Whipple at  800-446-6008; ext. 756 for special presbytery-wide pricing.

KELLY KAUFMAN spent 19 years as the director of Christian education and director of youth ministry in Presbyterian churches.  She now serves as parish associate for families at Olivet Presbyterian Church in Charlottesville, Virginia.