Ages 9-12 : July 10th – July 15th
Ages 13-18 : July 17th – July 22nd
Vacation Bible School Ages 5-8 : July 24th – 28th
Spaces will not be held until full payment and registration is received. Registration forms are only available at the church. Registration forms and payment are due at the church by June 12th for overnight camps. Registration forms and payment for Vacation Bible School (VBS) are due by July 23rd. For overnight camps, the cost is $250 per student. For VBS, there is no cost this year due to generous donations. See below for further details including camp location, what to bring, and what not to bring. For further questions or information on scholorship oppurtunities, please contact Devona Moore at [email protected] for ages 9-12 or Alan Hensley [email protected] for ages 13-18.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
VBS is a day camp from July 24th to July 28th from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., hosted here at First Baptist Durango in the Fellowship Hall. VBS includes daily teaching, games, crafts, and activities. This year’s theme is The King is Coming. “The King Is Coming!” rings out with the hope that Christ’s return is near and bids us prepare for the glorious moment. Our prayer is that through VBS this year, children who are believers can be encouraged to learn that Christ is returning to gather his saints from this fallen world, and that those who don’t know him should receive him because his return is imminent.
FBD Summer Camp provides opportunities for all ages to develop a greater understanding of God’s mercy, grace and truth offered to us through the person and work of Jesus Christ. FBD Summer Camp is dedicated to the Gospel and sharing it with kids of all ages. This summer, camp-goers will spend a week in the neighboring town of Hesperus, Colorado at Hesperus Bible Camp. All Camp programs & activities will be managed by First Baptist Durango.
FBD Summer Camp will be held at Hesperus Bible Camp. Hesperus Bible Camp is on County Road 140, just 1.2 miles from the County Road 140 & Highway 160 junction. Look for the “Welcome to Hesperus” sign on the right-hand side of the road.