USAG Ansbach children conquer “Everest” during Vacation Bible School

Crew leaders assist 104 registered children through the “ice cave” to one of six stations throughout each day. (Courtesy photo)

Crew leaders assist 104 registered children through the “ice cave” to one of six stations throughout each day.
(Courtesy photo)

ANSBACH, Germany (Aug. 31, 2015) – U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach’s Katterbach Protestant Congregation conducted Vacation Bible School with an Everest theme Aug. 17 through 21.

More than 104 children ranging in ages from 4 to 12 registered to shout, clap, sing, dance, play and praise their way to “conquer life’s challenges.”

More than 40 volunteers were vetted and cleared to serve as Bible instructors, crew leaders, snack food handlers, video facilitartors, imagination-station leaders, game coordinators, actors, rally leaders and set-up and tear-down crew members.

To learn more about Religious Support at USAG Ansbach, visit www.ansbach.army.mil/RSO.html.

The "coolest week of the summer" gave children a fun and safe place to learn about God’s power to provide, heal, comfort, forgive and love us forever. (Courtesy photo)

The “coolest week of the summer” gave children a fun and safe place to learn about God’s power to provide, heal, comfort, forgive and love us forever. (Courtesy photo)

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