Vacation Bible School

VBS 2024

Registration through May 24, 2024 (click picture to begin registration)
Looking for teen team and adult volunteers

Contact the Religious Education Office – 440.777.3702 or [email protected]

VBS 2022


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Vacation Bible School (VBS)

Vacation Bible School (VBS) is a week-long summer program for children in grades Kindergarten-6th grade (grades are determined by child’s grade in the coming school year). Throughout the VBS week children learn five Scripture stories, learn about five saints, make crafts, learn new songs, participate in group assemblies, and share fun snacks. A large group of adult and teen volunteers act as teachers, craft guides, snack helpers, welcoming committee, and song leaders. All adults are VIRTUS trained (in compliance with the Diocese of Cleveland’s guidelines for child safety).

The VBS program selected is written for Catholic Churches and approved by the United States Council of Catholic Bishops.

VBS is open to all children (not just St. Brendan Parishioners).

Rstration for VBS begins in April and ends in May. No late registrations are accepted.
Save the Date VBS coming June 2024
Registration opens in May 2024 
Contact the Religious Education Office for more information.

St. Brendan Parish

4242 Brendan Lane
North Olmsted, Ohio 44070
P: 440-777-7222 | F: 440-799-7997
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