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Wednesday, June 26, 2019
PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDLuke hands out supplies to Claudia, Grace, Ian and Conner at the start of a class at Vacation Bible School at Jordan Lutheran Church, Orefield. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDLuke hands out supplies to Claudia, Grace, Ian and Conner at the start of a class at Vacation Bible School at Jordan Lutheran Church, Orefield. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
A group of learners Jordan, Zoe, Jude, Makenna, Cayden (middle) Nora, Gracie, Callie, Avah, Shea, Noah, (back) Kelly, leader for the program, Saige, Mia and Sandy, also a leader, took time out for the camera. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography A group of learners Jordan, Zoe, Jude, Makenna, Cayden (middle) Nora, Gracie, Callie, Avah, Shea, Noah, (back) Kelly, leader for the program, Saige, Mia and Sandy, also a leader, took time out for the camera. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
And here are the 3-, 4-and 5-year-olds with their leaders at Jordan Lutheran’s Vacation Bible School. In front are Addison, Sara, Emmersyn, Kori. Standing are leaders Anna and Emily, Thomas, Emma, Rylan, Abby, Alex, Arielle and leader Erin. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography And here are the 3-, 4-and 5-year-olds with their leaders at Jordan Lutheran’s Vacation Bible School. In front are Addison, Sara, Emmersyn, Kori. Standing are leaders Anna and Emily, Thomas, Emma, Rylan, Abby, Alex, Arielle and leader Erin. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
And the youngest…Eleanor at one year looks over the baby gate during Vacation Bible School at Jordan Lutheran Church, Orefield. Copyright - Lou Wheeland      Photography And the youngest…Eleanor at one year looks over the baby gate during Vacation Bible School at Jordan Lutheran Church, Orefield. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography

Jordan Lutheran teaches children about faith, friendship

Wednesday, August 1, 2018 by LOU WHEELAND Special to The Press in Local News

Jordan Lutheran Church, Snowdrift Road, Orefield, helped Christian children learn more about their faith and the role of friendship in their lives.

More than 30 children attended this year’s Vacation Bible School from July 9-13 at the church.

Children from 3 years old to fifth grade were invited to attend and volunteers were encouraged to sign up as well.

The age minimum for a volunteer was they had to be in sixth grade and it ranged all the way up to 99 years old.