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Vacation Bible School 2014

Vacation Bible School this year will be a different experience.  This Summer Edmond's First Baptist Church is moving VBS outside the walls of the church and into the community.  They will take place on two Saturday dates with three locations on each date. Join one of the six different VBS Academies across the city. 

Each VBS Academy will meet in a local city park in Edmond from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM with crafts, games, crazy skits, and hotdogs.

Vacation Bible School Academy Locations

Saturday, June 14, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
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  • Oak Ridge Estates Park
     South Vista Lane and Center Lane
     Edmond, OK  73034
  • Meadow Lakes Park
    Meadow Lake Drive and Winding Lane
    Edmond, OK 73003
  • Ted Anderson Park
    2405 S Rankin Street
    Edmond, OK  73013

Saturday, July 19, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
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  • Westborough Park
    Ryan Way and St. Christopher Drive
    Edmond, OK  73003
  • Penick Park
    N Fretz Avenue and W Wayne Street
    Edmond, OK  73003
  • Centennial Park
    Whispering Creek Drive and Shadybrook Lane
    Edmond, OK 73013
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Frontyard Bible Clubs 2014

After you Graduate from the Spy Academy you are ready to join a local headquarters!  We will have local D3 Agencies all over the city; Check back often for the locations of these headquarters or start one in your own frontyard!

Local agencies will meet 3-5 times throughout the summer depending on the Agency's Director. Each Agency will meet at for 1-1.5 hours and they will be given a mission to solve, study a Bible Passage, do a fun craft and play some incredible games. It's like VBS but with all your friends in the neighborhood!

Want to start an Agency for your kids this Summer?  The D3 Agency needs you! Sign up online and plan to join us today!



Charles Scheffe
Associate Pastor
Children's Ministries

EMAIL Charles

405-706-0763 mobile

Frontyard Clubs

What is a
Frontyard Bible Club?

A Frontyard Bible Club is a scaled down Vacation Bible School that meets in the frontyard of an EFBC church member’s home. The club meets for 1 to 1.5 hours, 5 times over the course of this summer. At these gatherings kids will enjoy recreation, crafts, Bible Stories, and a snack.

It is through these clubs meeting across the city that we hope to engage and build relationships with children who live in our neighborhoods but do not have a church home.