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Oklahoma church continues Bible school at Edmond-area parks

First Baptist Church of Edmond will host vacation Bible school at several Edmond area parks just as it did last summer. The Edmond church’s Bible school gatherings are among those being offered during the 2014 vacation Bible school season.
From Staff Reports Published: June 7, 2014

Among this year’s vacation Bible school events are Bible school in the park activities planned by First Baptist Church of Edmond. For the second year, the church at 1300 E 33rd St. will offer vacation Bible school outside the walls of the building. The moving Bible schools will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 14 and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 19 at several parks in Edmond. Crafts, games, skits and hot dogs will be offered. Bible school activities will be offered June 14 at Oak Ridge Estates Park, S Vista Lane and Center Lane; Meadow Lakes Park, Meadow Lake Drive and Winding Lane; and Ted Anderson Park, 2405 S Rankin. Activities offered July 19 will be at Westborough Park, Ryan Way and St. Christopher Drive; Penick Park, N Fretz Avenue and Wayne Street; and Centennial Park, Whispering Creek Drive and Shadybrook Lane.

Vacation Bible schools

Other vacation Bible school events are scheduled as follows. Activities are free unless otherwise noted.

•“Superhero of the Faith,” 6 to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, Fairview Baptist Church, 1230 N Sooner Road, Edmond. Free meal offered at 5:30 p.m. Geared for ages 3 to 12. Information: 348-1745 or

“Agency of Truth,” 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday, Henderson Hills Baptist Church, 1200 E Interstate 35 Frontage Road, Edmond. Geared for kindergarten through fifth grade. Information:

“Waves of Wonder,” 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Thursday, Crossings Community Church, 14600 N Portland. Geared for age 4 through sixth grade. Information: 755-2227 or

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