“Workshop of Wonders” raises $600 for children’s non-profit

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August 22, 2014 at 9:50 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Vacation bible school participants Thomas Adcock, Emily Adcock, Isabella Ricks, Sarah Green and Preston Matthews present a check for the Louisiana Methodist Children’s Home to Doug Hall, Development Officer, during the morning worship service on Sunday, June 29.
Vacation bible school participants Thomas Adcock, Emily Adcock, Isabella Ricks, Sarah Green and Preston Matthews present a check for the Louisiana Methodist Children’s Home to Doug Hall, Development Officer, during the morning worship service on Sunday, June 29.
New Life Community Church, the joint ministry of Luling United Methodist and First Union Presbyterian, hosted Cokesbury’s Workshop of Wonders vacation bible school from June 23 through 27 and had approximately 125 children and volunteers in attendance each night.

An offering was collected each evening and $600 was raised for the Louisiana Methodist Children’s Home.




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