Vacation Bible School
Starting Monday, June 24, the Church In The Falls, 837 Chestnut Blvd. in Cuyahoga Falls, will be conducting a four-day VBS program.
This program will be held from 9:30 a.m. until Noon each day and consist of dynamic Bible story presentations, crafts, recreation, snacks, and music. There will also be a large inflatable on Monday and a Family Picnic and Program on Thursday evening.This VBS is for children age 4 through grade six. For more information or registration call (330) 929-4717.
Sunday Morning Class (9:00-9:45 AM)
The Sunday morning class time is an opportunity to spend quality time with other young Christians. We study God’s word through open Bible study. It is a good time to grow our faith and challenge us to be made a new creation in Christ.
Teen Talk (Sun. 5:30-7:00 PM)
Every Sunday night we meet in the Falls Family Life Center (FFLC) at the back of the property. We spend our time playing in the gym, singing praise, and discussing current issues and what’s happening in our lives. This is one of the most uplifting nights in the week. It helps us all to get our eyes fixed on Jesus before the start of another busy week.
Awana (Sun. 4:30-6:15 PM)
Sunday evenings from September - May Church in the Falls hosts Awana club for children. The word "AWANA" is an acronym for "Approved Workman Are Not Ashamed" which is taken from II Timothy 2:15 where the Apostle Paul says "Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth."
What is Awana? Awana is a program for children ages 3 through 6th grade that integrates Bible teaching and scripture memorization with tons of fun. In order to minister effectively to each child, the Awana program is divided into seperate clubs by age: Cubbies, Sparks, Truth in Training, Trek and Journey.
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If you are interested in learning more about Awana Clubs feel free to contact us at anytime at:
330-929-4717 or email: email@example.com or visit www.awana.org.