California United Church of Christ Experiences Pandamania During VBS

The "Yellow Panda" group played a trust game involving partners pouring water into cups called "Waterfall" which emphasized trusting in God.

The "Yellow Panda" group played a trust game involving partners pouring water into cups called "Waterfall" which emphasized trusting in God. Photo by John Inman.

California United Church of Christ held their Vacation Bible School July 11-14. The theme was "Pandamania: Where God is Wild About You." The church had an average of 50 children during the VBS held at the church located on 101 North Oak Street. The offering taken each night went to the Moniteau County Ministries Center. Allan Mortenson and Courtney Cassil were the VBS directors. For more information about Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, call 573-796-4885.

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The preschool group made Fruit Loop necklaces, played, sang songs, enjoyed snacks and heard Bible stories at the VBS.

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Children enjoyed chips salsa along with grapes and drinks during snacktime.

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Children and volunteers sing "God is Wild About Us" during the "Pandamania" VBS.

For more photos check out the July 20 issue of the California Democrat.

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