As part of Castor Evangelical Missionary Church’s travel back to ancient times, the youth taking part in 2019’s Athens-based Vacation Bible School listened to Bible stories through skits and songs. They also made crafts, and were able to participate in mini-Olympic games. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Castor Evangelical Missionary Church hosts Athens-based Vacation Bible School

Children were immersed into the Bible stories of the apostle Paul during his time in Greece

As part of Castor Evangelical Missionary Church’s travel back to ancient times, the youth taking part in 2019’s Athens-based Vacation Bible School listened to Bible stories through skits and songs. They also made crafts, and were able to participate in mini-Olympic games. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Through skits performed by church volunteers, crafts, games, and music, children taking part in the Castor Evangelical Missionary Church’s 2019 Vacation Bible School were immersed into the Bible stories of the apostle Paul during his time in Greece, circa 50 to 60 A.D. Here Kieth Weeks and Karissa Weeks read their parts during a skit on the final day of the Vacation Bible School. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Castor’s Jim Culham played the apostle Paul during Castor Evangelical Missionary Church’s annual Vacation Bible School, which ran Aug. 19th to 22nd. Through crafts, music, skits, and games the children who attended were transported back to Athens, Greece, circa 50-60 A.D. Kevin J Sabo photo

As part of Castor Evangelical Missionary Church’s travel back to ancient times, the youth taking part in 2019’s Athens based Vacation Bible School listened to Bible stories through skits and songs. They also made crafts, and were able to participate in mini-Olympic games. Kevin J. Sabo photo

The Castor Evangelical Missionary Church was transformed into Athens for 2019’s annual summer Vacation Bible School. In total, 32 kids from the community were registered for the event, where they were able to make crafts and learn Bible stories through skits acted out by volunteers and through songs. Kevin J. Sabo photo

As part of Castor Evangelical Missionary Church’s travel back to ancient times, the youth taking part in 2019’s Athens based Vacation Bible School listened to Bible stories through skits, songs, and were able to participate in mini-Olympic games. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Children were immersed into the Bible stories of the apostle Paul during his time in Greece

 

Through skits performed by church volunteers, crafts, games, and music, children taking part in the Castor Evangelical Missionary Church’s 2019 Vacation Bible School were immersed into the Bible stories of the apostle Paul during his time in Greece, circa 50 to 60 A.D. Here Kieth Weeks and Karissa Weeks read their parts during a skit on the final day of the Vacation Bible School. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Castor’s Jim Culham played the apostle Paul during Castor Evangelical Missionary Church’s annual Vacation Bible School, which ran Aug. 19th to 22nd. Through crafts, music, skits, and games the children who attended were transported back to Athens, Greece, circa 50-60 A.D. Kevin J Sabo photo

As part of Castor Evangelical Missionary Church’s travel back to ancient times, the youth taking part in 2019’s Athens based Vacation Bible School listened to Bible stories through skits and songs. They also made crafts, and were able to participate in mini-Olympic games. Kevin J. Sabo photo

The Castor Evangelical Missionary Church was transformed into Athens for 2019’s annual summer Vacation Bible School. In total, 32 kids from the community were registered for the event, where they were able to make crafts and learn Bible stories through skits acted out by volunteers and through songs. Kevin J. Sabo photo

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