Countryside Community Church holds Vacation Bible School


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Saige LaCoe, center, 8, of Newton Township, enjoys ice cream with her parents Leah, left, and Frank LaCoe during the Countryside Community Church Vacation Bible School.


Ben Freda | For Abington Journal

Children and volunteers pose for a photo near a decoration of Jesus’ tomb during Countryside Community Church’s Vacation Bible School. First row, from left, William Warpus, 3, of Clarks Summit; Kyrsten Baker, 6, of Clarks Summit; and Reilley Taft, 6, Clarks Summit. Second row, Destynie Ruzykowski, volunteer, of Clarks Summit; McKenna Wilmot, 6, of Clarks Summit; Laine Murphy, volunteer, of Clarks Summit; Alexis Heffley, 9, of Dalton; Wendy Molitoris, VBS leader, of Clarks Summit; Kelly Cardone, volunteer, of Clarks Summit; and Curt Murphy, volunteer, of Newton Township.


Ben Freda | For Abington Journal

NEWTON TWP. — Cave Quest was the theme this year for Countryside Community Church’s annual Vacation Bible School, held July 11 to 15. Through arts, crafts and songs, children learned “Jesus is the light of the world, no matter how dark a place is.” Children also got to play on bouncy houses outside the church.

Saige LaCoe, center, 8, of Newton Township, enjoys ice cream with her parents Leah, left, and Frank LaCoe during the Countryside Community Church Vacation Bible School.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_20160715_192315.jpgSaige LaCoe, center, 8, of Newton Township, enjoys ice cream with her parents Leah, left, and Frank LaCoe during the Countryside Community Church Vacation Bible School. Ben Freda | For Abington Journal

Children and volunteers pose for a photo near a decoration of Jesus’ tomb during Countryside Community Church’s Vacation Bible School. First row, from left, William Warpus, 3, of Clarks Summit; Kyrsten Baker, 6, of Clarks Summit; and Reilley Taft, 6, Clarks Summit. Second row, Destynie Ruzykowski, volunteer, of Clarks Summit; McKenna Wilmot, 6, of Clarks Summit; Laine Murphy, volunteer, of Clarks Summit; Alexis Heffley, 9, of Dalton; Wendy Molitoris, VBS leader, of Clarks Summit; Kelly Cardone, volunteer, of Clarks Summit; and Curt Murphy, volunteer, of Newton Township.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_20160715_193239.jpgChildren and volunteers pose for a photo near a decoration of Jesus’ tomb during Countryside Community Church’s Vacation Bible School. First row, from left, William Warpus, 3, of Clarks Summit; Kyrsten Baker, 6, of Clarks Summit; and Reilley Taft, 6, Clarks Summit. Second row, Destynie Ruzykowski, volunteer, of Clarks Summit; McKenna Wilmot, 6, of Clarks Summit; Laine Murphy, volunteer, of Clarks Summit; Alexis Heffley, 9, of Dalton; Wendy Molitoris, VBS leader, of Clarks Summit; Kelly Cardone, volunteer, of Clarks Summit; and Curt Murphy, volunteer, of Newton Township. Ben Freda | For Abington Journal

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