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G-FORCE: FBC's Extreme Vacation Bible School 2015

For Bold Believers….

G-FORCE:  FBC's Extreme Vacation Bible School 2015

AUGUST 10-14, 2015

First Baptist Church, Wallingford

Pre-School (Age 4; Age 3 with permission from Director) – Grade Five

Youth Helpers welcome; we just ask that they have completed Grade Six

A Few Notes about this year’s Program:

  • The times remain the same as past years – 9:00am-12:00pm
  • The Registration Form is attached – you can return via email or regular mail:  Susanne Jordan, FBC, 146 Church Street, Wallingford, CT 06492
  • Suggested Donation is $10.00 per child
  • We will be involved with a Daily Mission Project (we

Did You Know???

Do you have a minor home repair, storm-related clean up project or general lawn clean up project that you aren't able to conquer yourself?  There may be a team willing and able to help.  We have a wonderful congregation full of caring, talented folks that may be able to meet your needs.  Just let us know what they are!

If you have a project that you need some help with, please contact the office or Cindy Rusate.  If you are interested in lending your talents to this ministry, please contact Cindy Rusate at 203-980-6824 to have your name added to our team list.

All-Church Retreat

Join us for a weekend of fellowship and fun!
 
2015 Retreat at the Incarnation Center
Friday, October 16 - Sunday, October 18 
253 Bushy Hill Road - Ivoryton, CT 06442
 
Full Weekend Rate $50 - 13 and Older
Full Weekend Rate $30 - 12 and Under
*Include Meals and Daycare*        
 
Due Date for Sign Up: September 1, 2015
Due Date for Payment: October 1, 2015
 
Please provide completed forms to Bill and Carol Conant or Pastor Doug Valentine 
Please forward all questions/concerns to: 
Bill Conant: 203/909-0809
Carol Conant: 203/537-1726
 

Special Thanks

The Junior High Sunday School class held a bake sale on Sunday 6/21 as a service project, to benefit the Joe Hartman School.  Our goal was to raise enough money to offer a one-year scholarship to one student.  
 
We're excited to report that God blessed far more than we expected, through the generosity of so many.  The $551.42 raised is enough to provide one-year scholarships to THREE students!
 
Praise God!  Thank you to the FBC community for your support!  Excellent job by the kids in the Junior High Sunday School class with planning, coordinating, preparing, and hosting the bake sale!
 
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