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'Son Harvest' -- St. Stephen's Church, 2275 Liberty Road, Eldersburg, will host Vacation Bible School, "Son Harvest Country Fair," July 7-11, 9:30 a.m. to noon each day. The VBS is open to children in kindergarten through the sixth grade. T register, call Carla at 410-795-1217.

Surfin' into Summer -- Vacation Bible School at Springfield Presbyterian Church, 7300 Spout Hill Road, Sykesville, will be held Sunday, July 20 to Thursday, July 24. Hours are 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday, and 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday for a family picnic and presentation.

The program is for children age 4 through the eighth grade as of the fall 2008 school year. With a theme of "Surfn' Through the Scriptures," the VBS will include Bible stories, crafts, music, games and snacks.

Call the church office at 410-795-6152 or visit the Web site at www.springfield-church.org.

Winfield VBS -- Winfield Bible Chapel, 5407 Woodbine Road, Woodbine, will host Vacation Bible School from 6:45 to 9 p.m. each evening, July 21-25 for children in kindergarten through teen years. The theme is "Sonworld Adventure Park." Call Janet at 410-795-4125 or e-mail office@winfieldbible.org to register in advance. Registration is also available at the door.

Lifeway's Vacation Bible Week 2008 -- "Cactus Canyon," will be held July 13-17, 7 to 9 p.m. each evening, at Friendship Baptist Church, 1391 Sykesville Road, Sykesville. At this western-themed event, participants of all ages will learn how to share the good news with others. A kick-off rally will be held Sunday, July 13, at 5:30 p.m., with games, food and western-themed entertainment. Register online at www.fbcmd.org. For details, call Cathy Klimovitz at 410-552-0481 or e-mail mcklim@msn.com.

The Truth Project -- During June, Elders Baptist Church, 1216 Liberty Road, Sykesville, is offering discount tickets at $99 for the Simulcast Training Event for Focus on the Family's "The Truth Project," to be held Saturday, Sept. 27. This one-day training is designed to help people lead their own small group following the conference. Call 410-549-2256.

Wesley Freedom United Methodist Church -- is registering for its Vacation Bible School, "Power Lab: Discovering Jesus' Miraculous Power," to be held July 14-18. Two sessions will be held; a day session and an evening session. Call the church for details at 410-795-2777 for registration and session availability. The VBS is open to children entering pre-kindergarten through the sixth grade this fall.

Send items to The Eldersburg Eagle, P.O. Box 474, Eldersburg, MD 21784. Fax items to 410-549-4274 or send an e-mail to theeldersburgeagle@patuxent.com.


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