Vacation Bible Camp 


Thank you to all of the people who helped make this summer's Vacation Bible Camp a huge success.


Bible Camp Schedule 

In order for parents have time to come home from work and have dinner with their children, Kids Can Be Heroes will meet at these times:

Monday, Aug. 5         6:30 - 8:30 pm

Tuesday, Aug. 6        6:30 - 8:30 pm

Wednesday, Aug. 7   6:30 - 8:30 pm

Thursday, Aug. 8       6:30 - 8:30 pm

Parents are welcome to stay and join in on the activities or to seize the opportunity to enjoy a quiet dinner alone or get some chores done.

Friday and Saturday - Family time to enjoy the weekend

Sunday, Aug. 11       10:00 am   The Grand Finale: a special worship service led by the Vacation Bible School participants. Come and enjoy the music and hear about the activities and lessons we we learned at camp.


There is no cost to attend.

Free will donations are welcome and appreciated.

Click Here To Print The Bible Camp Registration

Then mail it to St. Patrick's   OR

Place it in our "May We Pray For You" mailbox at our driveway entrance

OR   Scan it and email it to:  stpatsmh@comcast.net

OR  Drop in for worship at 10 am or 6 pm, join and register in person.


Parents - Are you ready for some time away from the kids?

This can be an opportunity to hit the gym, to get some shopping done, or to enjoy a quiet meal without distractions; knowing that your children are in a safe environment hearing positive messages and having fun. You are also welcome to stay to observe or to join in on the activities.


Kids In The Bible Who Were Heroes

Each evening we'll learn about a boy or girl in the bible who because of their faith in God, was able to perform a heroic act.

David: Defeated a giant bully who was threatening David's people.

Miriam: Saved her baby brother, Moses, by devising a clever rescue plan

A generous boy with 5 loaves of bread and 2 fishes who helped Jesus feed 5,000 hungry people

A compassionate girl who encouraged an army commander with leprosy to seek healing


Kids Today Who Are Heroes

Each evening we'll learn about boys or girls in today's world who have accomploshed amazing things. 

Robby: Although he suffers with brittle bones, Robby has been able to share positive messages by way of hes alterego, Kid President.

Olivia: A 4 year-old girl who saved her mother's life by knowing what to do when she called 911

Austin: A boy who wers a superhero cape as he delivers meals to homeless persons in need of food

Darci: A teenage girl who overcame her shyness by learning to be a ventriloquist

We'll learn how, we too, can discover our gifts and superpowers, to be heroes in our homes and communities.


Vacation Bible Camp Activities

In addition to hearing exciting stories, we'll have time for music, making crafts, playing games outside, and have fun in the kitchen making tasty treats.


Keeping All Children Safe

We are committed to safeguarding all of God’s children. Our adult leaders have all received Safe Church training and certification to assure that we create safe environments, to protect children and youth from abuse or exploitation.


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