“SHIPWRECKED” at Bethel United Methodist Church
Vacation Bible School
July 16th – 20th

On-line Registration is now open for Vacation Bible School for all Participants and Volunteers. Each child is registered separately. The registration website will close June 23rd. Please try to register in that timeframe. If your plans change at any time, please let us know. We understand and may be able to give your spot to someone else if we are at capacity. After the 23rd, registration can be made through the church. Telephone is 610-495-6807. Register using the link that follows. (Click on link) You will receive a confirmation by e-mail from this website immediately that your child is registered.

Online Registration

You can purchase a Camp shirt for your child, or even yourself. Just indicate your preferred size when filling out the registration form. Shirts will be available the 1st day of VBS. Shirts are $10.00 each, please pay at registration.

Vacation Bible School is for 3 year-old children through kids leaving 5th grade.

If your child has completed 6th grade and would like to be a “Junior Leader” – please complete the Volunteer Registration Form. The shirts are brown for Junior Leaders.

Children for Pre-School must be 3 years old and potty trained. Parents, if you would like to volunteer for a day, we are happy to offer nursery to your children under 3 for that day.

-Your VBS Leader

Note: To Leaders and Junior Leaders, your shirts will be brown to differentiate ($10.00). We would like to have Junior Leaders in VBS Shirts, if possible. VBS Shirts are not mandatory for Leaders.

Bethel participates in the Cell Phone and Electronics Recycling Fundraiser. When you drop your old cell phones off at Bethel, we turn them in to be recycled in exchange for cash to help support our ministries.

Statement of Purpose: The purpose of Bethel United Methodist Church is: to proclaim the gospel of Christ in our community and our world, to exemplify the love of God in our ministry to families and individuals, and to serve God and our fellow human beings.