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Weekly Youth Update: 6/15-6/21



This is COLA WARS week for the Homeland Park youth!!!!!! From Wednesday, June 10, to Friday, June 17, the Homeland Park Youth will join Southside Baptist Church and other area churches for a time of great biblical teaching, worship, lots of food, and incredible games. Students will be divided into two teams, Sprite and Sierra Mist, to see which team can bring home the championship! To go with our group, please arrive to the church at 5:30 each night to arrive on time at Southside Baptist Church in Anderson!

Also on Wednesday, students are invited from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm for ultimate frisbee and flag football on the fields beside the Family Life Center. Plenty of water will be provided so all you need to bring is your game face!

Our church is hosting Vacation Bible School from Monday, June 22, to Thursday, June 25! Students who have just finished 6th-12th grade will be volunteering. Students who have just completed 5th grade will be attending VBS as participants.

On Saturday, June 26, the youth will head to Six Flags for a day of thrills and fun! The cost for the trip is $30. To attend, they must have the appropriate forms signed and attend 70% of the Wednesday nights from now through July 22. A $15 deposit is due by July 8.

Below is a schedule of our summer activities! We pray these events grow us closer to the Lord and continue to deepen relationships. Also, remember our Wednesday night meeting times will still be each week, from 6:30-7:30! Our regular Wednesday night meetings will be just as exciting as the summer socials!

Date
Event
Time
Location
Cost/Requirements
June 17-19
Cola Wars
5:40 pm-9:00 pm
Southside Baptist Church, Anderson, SC
Free!
June 22-25
VBS (volunteering)
5:30 pm-8:30 pm
HPBC
Free!
July 10
Game Night!
6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Family Life Center
Free!
July 25
Six Flags!
To be determined
Atlanta, Georgia
Must attend 70% of Wednesday nights
Cost – $30

If you have any questions, please email me at jason@homelandparkbc.org!


Jason

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