2640 South Canal Street, Newton Falls, OH 44444


Sunday Bible Classes (all ages): 9:45 AM 

Sunday  Morning Worship: 11:00 AM


of Newton Falls



First Baptist Church

Vacation Bible School 2019 

was a blessed week.

There were 64 children enrolled this year with an average attendance of 49 !!

Also we were blessed to have over 50 adult workers to serve during the week!!

Online Pre-Registration



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Registration for 2019 can be done by filling out a secure online form through our VBS partner Kid Event Pro .
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VBS Motto:  

"Zoom in......Focus on Jesus"


VBS Scripture:

"But these are written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in His name."   John 20:31 


Safety Measures



We value the safety of each child. All of our staff is on the lookout to keep your children protected. Each staff member is easily identified by their Identification Badge. We check all visitors to our building. 


How do I register my child?



First Baptist held its annual Vacation Bible School this year the week of July 7 - 12, 2019
from 6:00pm - 8:30pm nightly.


What ages can attend?



What does VBS cost?



VBS at First Baptist Church is FREE. An offering is received each day { and given to missions} so as to help the children understand "giving to God"...... but that is completely voluntary.


Children from age 4 through youth completing sixth grade are invited to join us for that week Discovering God's Love.


When is VBS?



 Vacation Bible School at First Baptist Church

Vacation Bible School or VBS for short is a fun filled week of learning about God's great love for each and every one of us. It is a time for crafts, games, music, skits, contests. We generally have VBS the third week of July. It is something that children look forward to each summer. Our classes fill up fast, so please register early. 

​In 2018 there were 41 children from Newton Falls and the surrounding communities that attended VBS. Registration is required to allow us to plan for the children adequately.