Yadkinville UMC holds Bible school

The Yadkinville United Methodist Church Children’s Ministry held its vacation Bible school June 8-10. This year’s theme was Hero Central. On Friday evening, the children were treated to an assembly with the Super Heroes from Hero Central plus local heroes, including Dr. James McGrath, Randy Hughes EMS, Mark Cain, Yadkinville Police Department, and Nathan and Noah Williams, Yadkinville Fire Department. The children enjoyed looking in and exploring the various vehicles and receiving junior badges and fire hats. An ice cream social was enjoyed by all. Saturday included Bible study, crafts, science, music, games, as well as becoming Super Heroes for God. Their motto was, “Do good! Seek peace and go after it!” Psalm 34:14b. A musical program was presented to the church congregation on Sunday. Seventeen children took part in this year’s VBS. - Submitted photo

The Yadkinville United Methodist Church Children’s Ministry held its vacation Bible school June 8-10. This year’s theme was Hero Central. On Friday evening, the children were treated to an assembly with the Super Heroes from Hero Central plus local heroes, including Dr. James McGrath, Randy Hughes EMS, Mark Cain, Yadkinville Police Department, and Nathan and Noah Williams, Yadkinville Fire Department. The children enjoyed looking in and exploring the various vehicles and receiving junior badges and fire hats. An ice cream social was enjoyed by all. Saturday included Bible study, crafts, science, music, games, as well as becoming Super Heroes for God. Their motto was, “Do good! Seek peace and go after it!” Psalm 34:14b. A musical program was presented to the church congregation on Sunday. Seventeen children took part in this year’s VBS.

The Yadkinville United Methodist Church Children’s Ministry held its vacation Bible school June 8-10. This year’s theme was Hero Central. On Friday evening, the children were treated to an assembly with the Super Heroes from Hero Central plus local heroes, including Dr. James McGrath, Randy Hughes EMS, Mark Cain, Yadkinville Police Department, and Nathan and Noah Williams, Yadkinville Fire Department. The children enjoyed looking in and exploring the various vehicles and receiving junior badges and fire hats. An ice cream social was enjoyed by all. Saturday included Bible study, crafts, science, music, games, as well as becoming Super Heroes for God. Their motto was, “Do good! Seek peace and go after it!” Psalm 34:14b. A musical program was presented to the church congregation on Sunday. Seventeen children took part in this year’s VBS.
https://www.yadkinripple.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_FullSizeRender_formatted.jpgThe Yadkinville United Methodist Church Children’s Ministry held its vacation Bible school June 8-10. This year’s theme was Hero Central. On Friday evening, the children were treated to an assembly with the Super Heroes from Hero Central plus local heroes, including Dr. James McGrath, Randy Hughes EMS, Mark Cain, Yadkinville Police Department, and Nathan and Noah Williams, Yadkinville Fire Department. The children enjoyed looking in and exploring the various vehicles and receiving junior badges and fire hats. An ice cream social was enjoyed by all. Saturday included Bible study, crafts, science, music, games, as well as becoming Super Heroes for God. Their motto was, “Do good! Seek peace and go after it!” Psalm 34:14b. A musical program was presented to the church congregation on Sunday. Seventeen children took part in this year’s VBS. Submitted photo