Milton, PA

Bethany United Methodist Church

Godly Play

VBS 2018 (Last Years)

  ​Children & Youth

   The foundation of our new children’s ministry is built of the Godly Play curriculum. A Montessori-style of learning that is very hands-on and allows children to participate in Sunday School in ways unlike they have ever participated before. Children will engage the Bible through story, their questions and play. Godly Play is offered during all worship services.

   We are committed to reaching out and nurturing children and youth in the faith of Jesus Christ. To that end, many of our outreach opportunities are focused on children and youth and we try to offer the best curricula for faith development for them that we can through our Godly Play Sunday School, VBS and the various Bible Studies that youth are encouraged to participate in which parallels the adult studies offered. We are very serious about creating safe places for them to learn and grow in the faith while having fun. Part of that commitment is made through our Safe Sanctuaries policy which can be found at the bottom of this page.

VBS 2019 News.......
Vacation Bible School for 2019 – Canceled

After much prayer we regret to inform everyone that there will be no Vacation Bible School this year, which was to be held at Christ Lutheran in June.  We just do not have the volunteers needed to make it all work.  Pray for next year and new ideas.        

               - Shelly Sholley (Bethany UMC) & Kay Dunn (Milton Lutheran Parish)

  Vacation Bible School

(Sponsored by the Milton Lutheran Parish & Bethany UMC)

Dates:   July 16th – 20th, 2018

Time:  5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Location:  Christ Lutheran Church, 1125 Mahoning St,                             Milton PA 17847

Lead kids on an exciting white-water rafting adventure with Cokesbury's 2018 VBS: Rolling River Rampage! Experience the Ride of a Lifetime with God and learn that Jesus is with us all the time, even in rough water rapids. Along the river, children discover that life with God is an adventure full of wonder and surprise, and that they can trust God to be with them through anything.