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Vacation Bible School What, Why, and How?

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Vacation Bible School
What, Why, and How?
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Have you wondered if your parish should start a Vacation Bible School? Are you not quite sure what it entails or how to get started?

This free guide will help you learn how VBSs work and give you a broader perspective on their value to your community. It particularly focuses on the way a VBS can be used to evangelize parents and invite them to become active members of your parish.

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Format: eResource
Product code: PC160
Dimensions: 8½" x 11"
The Pastoral Center
Written by Paul Canavese


Paul Canavese serves as director of The Pastoral Center (, author, frequent conference speaker, and pastoral consultant. He has his MTS from the Franciscan School of Theology in Berkeley. He directs (focused on coaching parents) and ("intentional daily life Catholicism"). He has served in a wide range of parish ministries, most recently as a pastoral consultant at Corpus Christi Parish in Piedmont, CA. Paul also has 20 years of experience in software development and management with technology startups and social media. Along with his wife Ann, two daughters, and seven chickens, he lives in Alameda, CA, where they operate a mini-urban farm and looks for creative ways to build community in their neighborhood.

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