Vacation Bible schools slated in Murrysville area |

Vacation Bible schools slated in Murrysville area

The following vacation Bible school sessions will be held throughout the Star’s coverage area:

• Christ’s Lutheran Church, 5330 Logan’s Ferry Rd., Murrysville: “Operation Arctic,” July 10 to 14. For more, or to register, call 412-795-1212 or see

• Murrysville Community Church, 3750 School Rd., Murrysville: “The Scottish Sleuths and the Case of the Puzzling Parables,” June 19 to 23. Cost is $5 per student, up to $20 per family. For more, or to register, see or call 724-327-8411.

• Gracelife Church, 4761 William Penn Hwy., Monroeville: God is Fun Kids Camp, July 26 to 28 for children entering grades 1 to 6. For more, or to register, visit or email [email protected].

• Cornerstone Ministries, 2200 Cornerstone Lane, Murrysville: “Surf’s Up Kidz Camp 2017,” July 17 to 21. The cost is $100. A family discount (buy one, get one half off) is also available. Register online at For more, email [email protected].

• Faith United Methodist Church, 305 Freeport St., Delmont: “Hero Central: Discover Your Strength in God!” July 16 to 20. Children will help assemble “survival kits” for local police, medics and firefighters. Register online at

• Calvary Lutheran Church, 4725 Old William Penn Hwy., Murrysville: “A Mighty Fortress,” June 26 to 30 for children ages 4 to 10. There is no cost but an offering will be taken for “Sharing God’s Mighty Word” for Concordia Gospel Outreach. For more, call 724-327-2898.

• Keystone Christian Church, 5875 Washington Ave., Export: “Lego Build,” June 21 to 24. There is no cost to attend. Snacks are provided daily. For more, call Jason Carnley at 724-327-4473.

• Newlonsburg/First Presbyterian Church, 3202 North Hills Rd., Murrysville. “Hero Central,” July 24 to 28. Register by calling 724-327-0728 or 724-327-0061.

• St. Alban’s Anglican Church, 4920 Cline Hollow Rd., Murrysville: July 17 to 21, will explore the Book of Acts, visit a “Roman marketplace,” meet with the Apostle Paul and more. For more, call 724-325-2727.

• Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 5000 Old William Penn Hwy., Murrysville: “Noah’s Ark,” July 17 to 21. For more, call 724-327-2190.

• Salem Lutheran Church, 301 East Pittsburgh St., Delmont: “Big Jungle Adventure,” July 10 to 14. No cost to participate, but please register by calling 724-468-4189.

To submit a vacation Bible school listing, contact staff writer Patrick Varine at 724-850-2862 or [email protected].

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