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Chapel VBS Car Wash and Prayer Requests
Posted June 21, 2017

During this year's VBS the 10 to 12 year old children will be holding a car wash at the Chapel on Saturday June 24 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.

It's a perfect time to get your wheels cleaned and help some worthy causes.  Proceeds will benefit The Whitney Food Bank, Hill County CPS rainbow room and the Salvation Army.

Prayer Requests

White Bluff Chapel Vacation Bible School children would like to pray for you.  Every day during VBS, June 21-25, the children will pray for individuals in need of prayer.  Place your prayer request in the box guarded by teddy bears on the sign up table in the Fellowship Hall.  Prayers are also being collected at some businesses in Whitney.  Prayer requests may be sent to yak0622@aol.com or carobinson1054@yahoo.com

VBS 2017 Glacier Graphic Newsletter
Posted June 8, 2017

The second issue of Glacier Graphic, the official newsletter of 2017 VBS Operation Arctic, is now available.

VBS 2017 Glacier Graphic Newsletter
Posted May 25, 2017

The first issue of Glacier Graphic, the official newsletter of 2017 VBS Operation Arctic, is now available.

VBS 2017: Operation Arctic
Posted May 11, 2017

Have you felt the chill in the air?  Coming soon Vacation Bible School will transform White Bluff Chapel into a frozen, arctic landscape for children to experience as they explore the truest, coolest book on the planet – the BIBLE.  Each day the children will learn more about this treasure.

B – Book of Books–They will learn there is no other book like it.

I – Incredible Impact – They will explore the impact the Bible's teachings have had on the world.

B – Bedrock Base – They will see they have the Rock of God's Word  on which to base their lives.

L – Letter of Love– They will encounter the best love letter  ever, written to them by God Himself!

E – Exciting to Explore – They will be challenged to

Learn It, Love It, Live It!

           Wednesday, June 21 – Sunday June 25

Three through 12 year old children, as of June 1, are encouraged to attend.  All students will participate in a typical VBS program from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday through Saturday.  Check in begins at 8:40 on the first day, Wednesday.  On Sunday the children will host a 9:15 worship service followed by a Polar Party fellowship. 

If they choose to stay after noon, the 10, 11 and 12 year old students can have lunch at the chapel Wednesday through Saturday.  Local mission field trips and activities are planned for each afternoon.   They can be picked up at the chapel at 3 p.m. on those days. 

To enroll a child go to the VBS Registration webpage.

Children are enrolled when you click the Register for VBS button.   A complete and signed 2017 Parental Permission Release form must be on file at the chapel before a child can participate in VBS activities.  Directions and a link to the form pop up when you enroll a child.

Three year old children must have a birthdate prior to June 1 and be trained.  Volunteers will not change diapers.  Three year old children must have an adult family member working as a VBS volunteer on the chapel grounds the days they are in attendance.


White Bluff Chapel volunteers do amazing things every summer to make our VBS programs unique.  Relationships that are built have led to decisions for Christ.   WBC VBS has led children to seek opportunities to show Christ's love in their home communities.  Think about how and when you would like to contribute to Operation Arctic and go to the

VBS volunteers are asked to purchase a t-shirt.  Wearing similar clothing helps children and other volunteers identify you.  Shirts are usually about $10.  If you do not wish to purchase a shirt, write that in the comment section of the form.  You'll be asked to wear a shirt that is the color of the 2017 VBS volunteer t-shirt.

You are needed.

Mark Your Calendars for WBC's VBS
Posted January 19, 2017

A lot of folks will remember last year's VBS.  Susie Spelunker created a wonderful experience for the children.  Then just like that, she went off on another cave exploration.  Well while you thought you'd never hear from her again, she dropped by and relayed some of the wonderful things Kay Lea Scott and Debbie Bradley were conjuring for this year's event.

Susie set the bar pretty high last year but you can bet that Kay Lea and Debbie will come up with something that will blow last year's event away.  Last year the registration process was implemented online and was a big success.  This year's registration will also be online.

To mark your calendars you can review Kay Lea's save the date information to mark your calendars.