Preschool VBS 2017
This summer 1st Pres CDA and CPC are offering a Vacation Bible School specifically designed for Preschoolers who are 3, 4 & 5 years old – and preferably potty trained. Preschool VBS will be held June 19 – 23, from 9:30 – 11:30, a.m. held at Community Presbyterian Church in Post Falls. Each day will include indoor & outdoor play, classroom activities, arts & crafts, snacks, and a large group time of singing & skits, all centered around daily Bible Lessons that include Faithful Farm Friends. The week will end with a VBS County Fair on Friday evening for VBS families & friends.
Preschool VBS is FREE and open to children from both 1st Pres and CPC as well as the Post Falls & CDA communities.
Registration is required. Please use the link below to fill out the online form, or pick up a form from either Community Presbyterian Church in Post Falls or 1st Presbyterian Church in Coeur d’Alene.
(Note- you will be directed to 1stPres CDA’s website)
VBS Registration Deadline is Thursday, June 1st Registration is first come first serve, whenever we reach capacity, registrations will be put on a waitlist.
Wednesday Night Children’s Ministry
It is designed to be creative, relevant, and interactive. The goal of Bible study is to study the Bible as the model for Christ-centered living. It also provides the model for building and sustaining Christian relationships.
The objective is to learn and practice ways to serve God through worship. Worship is, and always has been, the basic form of service and discipleship for Christians. The active participation of children and youth in worship is essential to our church! We desire to worship God as a whole community: young, old, married, single, newcomer or “old-timer” alike.
Recreation / Play
The RECREATION/PLAY goal is to experience great fun at the expense of no one. Crazy games get everyone moving and laughing. Arts and crafts and other activities give participants the chance to try something new each week. Relationships are developed as children, youth and adults reveal themselves in play, practicing what it means to belong to the Kingdom of God, in a refreshingly non-competitive fashion.