St. Mark’s Virtual Vacation Bible Camp 2020
Welcome to week 7 of the St. Mark’s Fruit of the Spirit camp.
Emily – Camp Leader
Theme: FAITHFULNESS and GENTLENESS
This week we will have an egg shell plant, a chop stick challenge. A story about how Moses parted the Red Sea and a fun fruit pizza. As well as the Fruit of the Spirit song and a fun new song to end the camp off.
We are so excited that you have been on this awesome journey with us. Although camp is coming to an end, we hope you can always try and remember the things you have done this summer.
Remember to have love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self control!!
Week 6: Fruit of the Spirit/Kindness and Goodness
We have a fun science experiment, a bird feeder craft, a cupcake for 2 recipe. As well as a spell it out game.
It’s is always important to remember to be kind.
Week 5: Fruit of the Spirit Camp/Patience.
We have a fun nature collage, a game called stack it up, a story about Abraham and Sarah, and some make your own granola bars.
For the craft, the supplies are on your own, you will be gathering some pieces of nature and tape and glue them onto a piece of paper, construction paper or even cardboard.
Week 4: Fruit of the Spirit Camp/PEACE!!
This week we have some fun things planned: make your own wind-catcher, yoga, a lesson on how to find peace in troubling times, and for a fun snack – ants on a log!!
This is what you will need to complete the craft:
Wind-catcher: paper plates, scissors, paint or markers, stickers if you have them
Snack: celery, peanut butter or alternative spread, raisins or craisins or chocolate chips.
Week 3 Fruit of the Spirit Virtual Camp/Joy!
This week we have a Fruit of the Spirit Popsicle stick craft, an indoor and an outdoor scavenger hunt, as well as a fruit kebab snack.
Your challenge this week: keep learning the words and dance moves to the Fruit of the Spirit song from weeks 1 and 2!!
Here is a list of the supplies you will need this week:
Fruit of the Spirit Popsicle stick art: 10 Popsicle sticks, markers. stickers (if you have them), tape, string, scissors
Fruit Kebab: fruit, knife to cut up fruit, kebab or tooth picks
Week 2: Fruit of the Spirit/LOVE
Your challenge this week: Get up and get moving. This week go for a walk, or a bike or scooter ride. Anything that gets you excited to be up and moving and gets your heart pumping.
Here are some more ideas for your fun food activity.
|Strawberry/Pancake Smiling Sun|
Week 1: Fruit of the Spirit
Your challenge this week: Make a delicious fruit salad picture like Meghan showed you in the video, and learn our camp hand-jive!
Children’s Program Leader: Susan Iemma
St. Mark’s is offering fun learning programs for those in grades JK-6 each Sunday morning during the service. The children begin their morning in the sanctuary with their parents until they are asked to join the minister or another leader at the front of the church for Children’s Time (approximately 15 minutes into the service). After Children’s Time they proceed as a group into the educational wing where they learn bible stories and christian principles through games, arts & crafts, theatre, cooking, science and music.
Sunday School Volunteers are always welcome. Please speak to Susan if you are interested in participating. email@example.com
Infants and toddlers are welcome in the nursery (located in the educational wing). Volunteers from St. Mark’s will entertain little ones with games, toys, stories and songs in a safe and secure environment during the service.
Please sign in your child(ren) before worship begins or at any time during the service.
Questions regarding our nursery, please contact our Sunday School Coordinator or Christian Education committee members.
Kids Exploring Faith. Camp like fun on Sunday Mornings!
Kidventure is a 6-7 week program that follows a theme much like camp! Children develop an understanding of how to live as God’s disciples as they meet the challenges and choices they face in today’s world.
St. Mark’s children have visited the rain forest, become pirates and treasure seekers; transformed into Agents in Action with the thrill of completing daily missions for God: participated in Wrangler Round-Up and learned lessons about Moses while in the wild west; jumped aboard a train and learned to follow Jesus in Lead the Way Jesus; and learned to be strong in faith in Amour of God.