Ready for Vacation Bible School?

Yes!  At Trinity we love Vacation Bible School and we are so excited for this summer!  Here you will find all of the information that you need to register and volunteer! We can’t wait to see you this summer!

Monday, July 9 – Friday, July 13

Our very popular Vacation Bible School is back again with two sessions!  Choose from:

Morning Session: 9:00am – Noon
Evening Session: 5:30pm – 8:00pm

Morning and Evening programs are identical – ​Evening snack is served “to-go” to save a bit of time!  Registration Fee is $15/child.

Register Now!  Space is limited.  Our morning session will fill up quickly! Online Registration will close on July 1.  Limited Walk-In space will be available.

Volunteers Needed!

We are seeking caring, fun loving people who are just finishing 5th Grade through those turning 100+ to join our crew.

More than 100 volunteers needed!  Plenty of jobs working with children or behind the scenes!  Questions?  Contact VBS Director Amy Koch at amylkoch@verizon.net

Register Now! 

VBS Administrative Intern (volunteer)

We are looking for an organized, responsible, self-motivated and flexible high school or college student to help with behind-the-scenes preparation in the weeks before VBS. Responsibilities include paperwork, sorting, cataloging, creating displays, and any other preparatory tasks as instructed by VBS Director or Director of Children and Family Ministries. This part-time volunteer position will work 10-20 hours during the months of May and June and will not require you to interact with children so child abuse and criminal background check clearances will not be necessary.

If interested, contact Kelly Falck for additional information!

Check out all of the fun we had last summer!

Last Summer, Trinity was transformed into Maker Fun Factory!  Check out all of the fun we had!  We can’t wait to make new memories this year.  Join us! (See pictures)

Not sure if your young child is ready for VBS?

Fortunately, at Trinity we offer a lot of options for your children. Not all kids are suited for our large, loud, morning elementary programs! Some would prefer the calmer, quieter evening program. Also, some 3 year olds are ready to jump in with our other preschoolers and others just need a bit more time. Here is some additional information that may help you select the options that are right for your child. Remember, no two children are the same. We try our best to make all kids feel comfortable and welcomed. We want your children to come back year after year, so it is important to us that they have a good start.

(Morning VBS hosts about 150 children!)

Our morning VBS program hosts about 150 children, half of whom are preschoolers. The program is vibrant, loud, exciting, and very busy. Preschoolers move in small groups of about 4 children per crew leader, with at least 2 “crews” travelling together at all times. There will be age appropriate expectations for sitting and listening, participating in group games and activities, snack time etc., and of course everyone must be potty trained. The children are busy from start to finish, moving to new activities approximately every 20 – 25 minutes during the 3 hour experience.

(Our evening VBS has less kids but the same amount of fun!)

Our evening program hosts far fewer children and even fewer preschoolers. While it is the same curriculum and same expectations, the night is only 2 1/2 hours (you take snack to go!) It is still the same fun and excitement as morning VBS, however it is not quite as loud or busy. If your child thrives in a calmer environment and can handle a bit later of a bedtime (evening program runs to 8:00 pm,) this many be the right choice for you!

Morning preschoolers start their day in the chapel and then join the elementary kids in Fellowship Hall to finish out the day.

We tend to find that preschoolers who have already had some type of school experience seem to enjoy VBS more than children who are experiencing a group dynamic for the first time. Another thing to keep in mind, most school-year preschool programs run about 2 1/2 hours 2-4 days a week, VBS is 3 hours for 5 days. It is a lot of structure for some of the kids, especially the younger threes.

Also, it is not always the case, but sometimes younger kids (our barely 3 year olds) who have older siblings can handle the fun and highly stimulating environment better than 1st born kiddos who may be used to a quieter daily schedule.

Morning preschoolers have snack in one of our preschool classrooms.

Lastly, we do encourage parents to drop off kids and let our expert leaders take it from there. If you think your little one wouldn’t want to stay without you, we suggest you wait a year, or sign up as one of our hard working volunteers!

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us!