Summer Bible Adventure

July 31st-August 4th 3:00-6:00pm
Followed by dinner for all
For kids 5-12 years old
Totally FREE!

Isn’t the ocean one of the most amazing places on Earth? Feel the fresh salty sea mist, the soft sand beneath your feet, and the cool breezes blowing. Get ready to road trip with us as we head out on our Summer Bible Adventure, Ocean Commotion!

During this exciting, action-packed adventure, we’ll dive into Noah’s Flood and learn important life lessons about…

  • Standing for God (even if it means standing alone)
  • Obeying God (no matter what)
  • Trusting God (He’s a life saver)
  • Thanking God (in everything)
  • Fearing God (taking Him seriously)

This Summer Bible Adventure promises to be a boatload of fun every jam-packed day. We’ll plunge in each day in “Dive Clubs,” beginning at the Under-the-Sea Opening Assembly, then rotating through three fun sites: Lifesaver Lesson Time, Seaside Snacks/Splish! Splash! Games (lots of water promised!), and Sunsational Crafts. After finishing the day’s rotations, our Under-the-Sea Closing Assembly features our highly-anticipated drama, contest results, and lots of singing. Then we’ll be off to a kid-friendly dinner, closing devotional, and cool science experiment with the participants’ families.

Excitement and adventure awaits! Won’t YOU be a part of our Summer Bible Adventure? We look forward to seeing YOU soon! Remember, a free kid-friendly dinner will be provided for all participating children and their families each day at 6:00pm—you won’t have to cook all week long! 😊

Join us at Ocean Commotion. It might just be the best part of Summer 2017!

See you soon,
Your friends at Emmanuel Reformed Baptist Church

Registration Form:

Please fill out the form below to register your child. If you will have more than one child attending the Summer Bible Adventure, you will need to submit one registration for each child. After submitting the registration, you will be able to return to this page to submit additional children.

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Ask for the old paths…and walk therein… Jer 6:16