Vacation Bible School2019-03-23T18:46:48-06:00

What is VBS?

Vacation Bible School, or VBS, is a a full-filled, kid-focused week of games, snacks, crafts, skits, and, of course, Bible lessons.

Gas up the all-terrain vehicle and head out on a wilderness adventure like no other. Get up close and personal with elephants and egrets, polar bears and penguins, cockatoos and crocodiles, and so much more! Grab your camera and zoom in on these animals in their natural habitats. Maybe you can even snag a snapshot or two.

This summer kids will focus in on some amazing, real-life encounters with Jesus. Each encounter is like a snapshot—a specific moment in time captured on the pages of Scripture. Through VBS, kids will discover that each snapshot of Jesus is an opportunity to respond to the gospel. And when put together, these isolated encounters clearly reveal the most amazing truth of all—Jesus Christ is the Messiah, the Son of God, and by believing we can have life in His name. Are you ready for an up close and personal encounter with Jesus? The adventure of a lifetime awaits!

Theme Verse: But these are written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name. John 20:31 (CSB)

Motto: Zoom in! Focus on Jesus!

Christ Connection: The Bible tells us what is true about God and about ourselves. Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God. When we trust in Jesus as Savior and Lord, He forgives our sin and gives us eternal life.

VBS meets from 6:00 – 8:00pm on the following evenings

  • Monday June 24
  • Tuesday June 25
  • Wednesday June 26
  • Thursday June 27
  • Friday June 28

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

FAQs

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Where is VBS held?

Crosspoint Community Church
7076 South Alton Way
Centennial, Colorado 80112

When does VBS take place?

VBS meets from 6:00 – 8:00pm on the following evenings

  • Monday June 24
  • Tuesday June 25
  • Wednesday June 26
  • Thursday June 27
  • Friday June 28

What age children are included?

The VBS curriculum is designed with school-aged children ages 3 through 6th grade in mind. Children will enjoy age-appropriate activities for their age-group amongst their peers.

What does it cost?

Crosspoint VBS is FREE of charge

How do I register my child(ren)?

We highly encourage parents to pre-register their children online in advance. Registration takes about 10 minutes to complete and all information received is kept confidential.

Click here to register

Do I need to sign a waiver?

Yes, we require parents of ALL VBS participants to sign a waiver/liability of release (below). You will sign the waiver as part of your online registration.
 
STUDENT DROP OFF

I understand my child is expected to arrive by 6pm. I understand that if a parent/guardian is not the person dropping my child off on arrival day, I am expected to be available by phone should any complications arise for which I must be consulted.

PICK UP

I understand that I am expected to pick up my child at 8pm the same night and that no child can be supervised by the camp after 8:20pm. Should the Vacation Bible School Director decide to send my child home for ill heath or behavioral issues, I understand I am obliged to pick the child up. In the event that I cannot pick up my child, individuals indicated on your back-up authorized persona list will be contacted.

BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS/ CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATION

Crosspoint Community Church strives to offer a group experience and opportunities for learning within the boundaries of safety, common sense and the law. We reserve the right to terminate the participation of any camper and without formal hearing when we believe s/he has violated the conditions for participation, has become a hindrance to the group or goals of the program, or threatens the health and well-being of themselves or other members of the camp community.

ABILITY TO ENGAGE IN CAMP ACTIVITIES AND ASSUMPTION OF THE RISK Crosspoint Community Church Vacation Bible School takes precautions to reduce risk and provide safe, healthy, and enjoyable experiences. I warrant that my child is able to follow directions for all camp activities. I acknowledge that risks from participation in camp activities exist I have allowed my child to attend camp knowing of these risks and their possible consequences including personal injury.

WAIVER AND RELEASE LIABILITY

As parent or guardian of my child, I agree that I will not hold Crosspoint Community Church Vacation Bible School, Crosspoint Community Church or its employees, officers, directors, volunteers, instructors, agents and contractors liable for any personal injury, property damage, loss or insurance. I agree to release and hold harmless Crosspoint Community Church Vacation Bible School, Crosspoint Community Church its employees, officers, directors, volunteers, instructors, agents and contractors from all liability incurred as a result of my child’s participation in Crosspoint Community Church Bible School and that these terms serve as a release for myself and members of my family.

MEDICATION

If my child is bringing any prescription and non-prescription medications or drugs of any kind, including asthma medication, I will list them on my child’s registration. I understand that all medications that my child might need including prescriptions, over-the-counter medication, vitamins, or supplements must arrive at camp in the original container, that camp personnel are legally required to administer the prescription and/or dosage as written and that prescription medications must have a current prescription label attached.

INHALERS & EPIPENS

I will bring two sets of all asthma rescue inhalers and/or two Epipens – one for the camper to carry at all times and another for the staff to carry in the field. Often the prescriptions for inhalers and Epipens are located on the medication box so please bring all original packaging. If my child has an inhaler or Epipen prescribed and arrives without them, I understand s/he will not be permitted to check in. All medications will be returned to the adult who picks up the child at the end of the nightly session.

What if my child has an allergy or requires special medical attention?

Please clearly identify any allergies, medications, or special medical needs for each child on your online registration.

Below are some guidelines for special medical instances (per waiver/release of liability):

MEDICATION

If my child is bringing any prescription and non-prescription medications or drugs of any kind, including asthma medication, I will list them on my child’s registration. I understand that all medications that my child might need including prescriptions, over-the-counter medication, vitamins, or supplements must arrive at camp in the original container, that camp personnel are legally required to administer the prescription and/or dosage as written and that prescription medications must have a current prescription label attached.

INHALERS & EPIPENS

I will bring two sets of all asthma rescue inhalers and/or two Epipens – one for the camper to carry at all times and another for the staff to carry in the field. Often the prescriptions for inhalers and Epipens are located on the medication box so please bring all original packaging. If my child has an inhaler or Epipen prescribed and arrives without them, I understand s/he will not be permitted to check in. All medications will be returned to the adult who picks up the child at the end of the nightly session.

Does my toddler need to be potty-trained?

Yes, due to church policies, all children must be able to use the bathroom with minimal assistance.

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