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Sacred Heart
Sacred Heart Catholic Church will have vacation Bible school June 24-28, inviting children ages 4 through fifth-graders to be special agents on a mission from God.
Sessions start at 6 p.m. sharp and finish around 8:30 p.m. Please register in advance.
For information, contact Tracy Sentilles at 704-633-0591.
“Life is Worth Living” is the third annual adult vacation Bible school, scheduled for June 25-27.
Topics for the three-night course will be “Patriotism and America,” “The Meaning of Love” and “The True Meaning of Caring.”
The sessions feature Bishop Fulton Sheen and include video, dinner, dessert and discussion groups in the conference room and rectory office, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Child care provided in the Marian House for children under 4.
Please contact Peggy Fisher to reserve a spot, 704-633-3594 or e-mail leejrfisher9 @bellsouth.net.
Milford Hills
Milford Hills United Methodist Church will have its vacation Bible school 5:30-8:30 p.m. June 24-28. The theme is “Holy Land Adventure: Galilee by the Sea.”
There is no cost to attend. A light supper will be served 5:30-6 p.m. All children age 3 and up are welcome. Participants will go back in time to Galilee and visit shops, make crafts, play games, make music and eat like people did many years ago
To register, call 704-636-0471.
St. Matthews
Vacation Bible school will be held at St. Matthews Lutheran Church, Bringle Ferry Road, 9-11:30 a.m., June 18-22.
Classes will be offered for nursery age children through sixth grade. The theme is “Great Bible Reef,” with lessons supported by Bible stories, crafts, songs and snacks.
Gary Coble is host pastor.
Shiloh Methodist
GRANITE QUARRY ó Shiloh United Methodist Church, 234 S. Main St., Granite Quarry, will host vacation Bible school June 18-22.
Supper will be served each evening at 5:15 p.m., and the program will begin at 6 p.m.
The theme is “Lift Off! Soaring to new Heights with God.”
For more information, call 704-279-2112.
Union Lutheran
Union Lutheran Church invites all children to follow “Digger the Dog” on his quest for the truth at it’s upcoming vacation Bible school.
“Quest for Truth, Jesus: The Way, The Truth, The Life,” will be the theme for Bible school June 18-22. Each night begins with a light supper to be served at 5:30-6:00 p.m.
Vacation Bible school will be open to children ages 3 through 7th grade. The program will consist of Bible stories, music, games and crafts. Parents are invited to supper and a closing program on Friday night.
Union Lutheran Church is located at 4770 Bringle Ferry Road. For more information call 704-636-5092.
World of Faith
World of Faith Outreach Ministries will have vacation Bible school 6-8 p.m., June 18-22.
For more information, call 704-642-1772.
Crown in Glory
Crown in Glory Lutheran Church will hold its vacation Bible school 6-8:30 p.m., June 24-27.
The theme is “Take the Plunge.” VBS participants will learn how Jesus used water to teach lessons.
Classes will be provided for children ages 3-12. Activities will include Bible study, music, crafts and recreation. Snacks will be served each evening.
A closing service will be held Wednesday evening, June 27. Family and community members are invited. After the closing service, an open house will be held and a light supper will be served for all persons attending.
Crown In Glory is located at 517 E. Bank St. The Rev. Donald Anthony is pastor, andPhyllis Partee is director of music.
East Corinth Baptist
East Corinth Baptist Church, 12510 Stokes Ferry Road, will have vacation Bible school for all ages 7-8:45 p.m., June 18-20.
The theme is “Game Day Central.”
For more information, call 704-638-0052.


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