Backyard Bible School June 10th thru 14th

Location: Stewart Spreading, 3874 N. Route 71, Sheridan, Illinois 60551

You're Invited To Spirit Farm’s 12th Annual Backyard Bible School!


Dear Friends,

It’s time for Spirit Farms 12th Annual Backyard Bible School!!  2019’s theme is going to be ROARING with fun!

ROAR - Life is Wild - God is Good

We don’t know if that’s a real word, but we DO know that
you’re going to have an WILDLY awesome VBS teaching kids
about why God wants each of us to be
LOVED and know that God is always Good.

The week will be buzzing with Excitement!   Kids will experience epic Bible adventures, sing catchy songs, play teamwork-building games, dig into yummy treats, enjoy farm activities and invent unique creations that remind them to stand strong.   At Spirit Farms Backyard Bible School the kids will not only learn that they are lovingly made by God,  but that there is evidence of God all around.  They will also be brought into the amazing world of agriculture through fun farm adventures and activities.

Each day concludes with Fanfare Finale—a celebration that gets everyone involved in living what they’ve learned. Family / friends are invited to join in the fun at 12:00. 

A picnic lunch will be served at 12:30 daily for families wishing to stay and enjoy the farm a bit!

Roar Life is wild - God is good, is hosted for "free" by the families of Spirit Farms.  Kids from preschool (potty trained) through high school are encouraged to attend!!!!   There will be a one day leader training retreat for those entering 8th – 12th grade!!  Great community service opportunity!

All are welcome - use the hyperlink below to register!  Invite your friends to share in the fun!  

Date: June 10 - June 14, 2019 

Time:  9am – 1pm Daily
Place:  Spirit Farms
        3874 N State Rte. 71
        Sheridan, IL  60551.

Secure your spot online today!  

Additional information can be obtained at  815-695-5667 

Backyard Bible School Form

Please fill out one form for each child under 18 attending or volunteering

Parent can volunteer to help during camp?:

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