Trinity United Church of Christ Hosts Vacation Bible School Saturday July 27
Brookfield, WI (July 16, 2013) On Saturday, July 27th Trinity UCC welcomes families to attend a one-day vacation bible school filled with activities. The themes for the day will be exploring the “Neighbors are Friendly” theme from Japan and the “Neighbors are Forgiving” theme from Mexico. A variety of activities including an art project, singing, exploring science, recreational games and a tasty lunch are all included in this fun day. Vacation bible school is from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and is free. Join us in exploring God’s welcoming love and discover how Jesus teaches us to be great neighbors.
For more information or to register, contact Trinity at 262-781-9378.
About Trinity UCC
Located at 4435 North Calhoun Road, between Capitol Drive and Lisbon Road in Brookfield, Trinity UCC is an Open and Affirming church and welcomes all. The church is wheelchair accessible with an elevator to all levels including listening devices available for use. Trinity invites you to discover a neighborhood church that cares for the world. Whoever you are, wherever you are on life’s journey.
Visit www.trinitybrookfield.org for more information.
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