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Celebration VBS begins Monday

Published on -7/18/2014, 9:56 AM

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Celebration Community Church is hosting its Vacation Bible School, "Weird Animals: Where Jesus' love is one of a kind," at 6 p.m. from Monday through Thursday.

Kids will experience God's love through the Bible and a wonderful crew of loving church members.

The kids will sing along with a live band, munch on healthy snacks, make creative crafts, play wild and wacky games, watch humorous skits and video clips to inspire thought-provoking, age appropriate discussions.

Each day, the kids at Weird Animals VBS will meet a new friend that will remind them how much God loves them.

"God filled the world with a lot of crazy creatures -- including children," said DeLynn Rice, children's director.

"When kids feel weird, different, or even lost in a crowd, nothing makes them feel better than to experience the extraordinary love of Jesus."

There is no charge to families for their kids to attend.

To register youth ages 4 to fifth grade, contact Rice at Celebration Community Church at (785) 625-5483.

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