, Newburyport, MA


September 3, 2013

A blessed week for Vacation Bible Camp


Thirty of our campers were seventh- and eighth-graders and served as counselors in training. They put their love of the Lord into action by committing their willing hearts and hands.

We spent the week learning that through God’s love, prayer, trust, friends and family and the Bible we can stand strong.

Area churches are starting Sunday School classes. This is the perfect time to continue on your own path with God. To build your relationship with God we offer this advice: go to church regularly, read the Bible, pray without ceasing. Now … pick a church and sign up for Sunday School!

Denise Hudson, LeAnne Plummer, Jan Juntunen, Pastors Rusty Davis and Gwyneth Arrison

East Parish United Methodist Church/ Merrimacport United Methodist Church Ecumenical Vacation Bible Camp

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