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Coordinator: Mary Davis, Beth Donahoe, Discipleship Ministries
Staff Liaison: Director of Discipleship Ministries
Vacation Bible School at Saint Andrew’s is usually held for one week in July for children from age 4 through entering Grade 7 in the fall. The students are given an opportunity in a relaxed atmosphere to experience God’s Word in stories, drama, singing, games, and crafts.
Students in grades 5-7 are part of a VBS Camp experience, traveling each day to a different environment that relates to the story in some way.
Please join us for Vacation Bible School July 15-19, 2019!
Monday through Friday
9:00 am – 12:00 noon daily
Saint Andrew’s Lutheran Church
2650 148th Avenue SE
Bellevue, WA 98007
Programs for children age 4 through entering Grade 7 in Fall 2019.
Age 4: Birth date between 9/1/2014 and 8/31/2015 (for VBS 2019)
Students entering 5th, 6th, and 7th grade will be involved in VBS Camp and will be leaving Saint Andrew’s to various places in the area (transportation provided).
Financial assistance available upon request.
BEFORE July 1
Age 4 to Grade 4: $25
Camp (Grades 5-7): $35
Family Maximum: $70
AFTER July 1
Age 4 to Grade 4: $40
Camp (Graces 5-7): $60
Family Maximum: $100
There are two Ways to Register for VBS (available NOW!)
Register and Pay Online
VBS Registration Form*
— OR —
Complete and Print a
and return it to Saint Andrew’s with payment.
* This form is an interactive PDF form:
1. Click on the above link to open the form. SAVE it to your computer.
2. Open the saved form, fill in the applicable fields, and PRINT the completed form; OR PRINT a blank form and complete it by hand.
4. Sign on page 4. (If you are registering youth in Grades 5-7, also complete and sign page 5.)
4. Return the form to Saint Andrew’s with payment.
To open the form, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader (Download FREE Adobe Reader)
VBS is an amazing ministry. Join our great team and have fun while making a difference in kids’ lives!Go to VBS Volunteer Sign-up
Volunteer forms are also in the Narthex at Saint Andrew’s.