The Faith Baptist Church of Altoona, will hold daily vacation Bible school for the family, including adults, from Monday through July 18.
Children and teen classes will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The theme is "Arrow Island Choosing God's Way." Students will learn to choose God's way in every detail of our lives while exploring tropical habitats. Jared Bowling, director of the Altoona Rescue Mission, will present the biblical lessons. Songs, games, crafts and snacks are planned.
An adult Bible study on "The Christian and the a Biblical Worldview" will be taught by Pastor Gary Dull from 7 to 8 p.m. in the sanctuary.
An infant nursery and transportation are available,
To register or request transportation, call 944-2894 or visit fbcaltoona.org.
Warriors Mark United Methodist Church, 1840 Centre Line Road, Warriors Mark, will hold vacation Bible school from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. July 20 to 24.
A light meal will be served each evening.
The theme is is "Weird Animals - Where Jesus' Love is One-of-a-Kind" and is for ages 3 through sixth grade.
Activities include experiments, crafts, games, snacks, music and videos.
To register, call 632-6906, email wmumc@windstream
.net, or visit www.warriorsmarkumc.org.
Martinsburg Brethren in Christ Church, 334 Sonrise Drive, Martinsburg, will hold vacation Bible school from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday through July 19.
The theme is "Jungle Safari" and the program is for ages 4 through sixth-grade students.
Each day begins at Toucan Jam where kids will sing, shout, praise and pray and are introduced to a Bible story and the daily theme.
Other sites at Jungle Safari include Zip Line Bible Time where kids will explore the Bible story in interactive ways; Jaguar Junction, a break time with snacks; Lizards Leap where kids sing and create musical crafts; and Slug-A-Bug SWAMP where kids are encouraged to serve with a mighty purpose.
The church is down the road from Ritchey's Dairy on Cross Cove Road.
For more information, call Pastor Michael Abell at 793-3583.