Join us for Vacation Bible School 2019:
Roar: Life is Wild * God is Good
This epic African adventure engages the whole herd. At Roar, kids explore God’s goodness and celebrate a ferocious faith that powers them through this wild life.
Children ages 3 through finishing grade 6 are invited to Vacation Bible School (VBS) at Martin Luther Lutheran Church in Carmine. 211 Luther Lane, Carmine, TX 78932
June 9-13, 2019
Sunday through Thursday evenings
Volunteers are needed. Contact the church office (979-278-3388) to volunteer.
We are just days away for Vacation Bible School 2018. This fun and learning program begins this Sunday, June 10. Classes and activities are offered each night, Sunday – Thursday, June 10-14, 5:30-7:45 p.m.
Click this link for our full VBS 2018 information page.
The children, as well as the youth and adult volunteers, always have a great time at VBS at MLLC. We invite you to participate in this wonderful week together.
We are also in need of volunteers to help with providing meals each night. Some of these spots are still open. Contact the church office – 979-278-3388 – to volunteer for meals or for any other volunteer opportunity.
We invite you to Vacation Bible School 2018 at Martin Luther Lutheran Church in Carmine. Our Theme is: Shipwrecked: Rescued by Jesus.
Sunday, June 10 – Thursday, June 14; 5:30-7:45 p.m. even evening.
The closing program is on Sunday, June 17, at our 10:00 a.m. worship service.
Click this link to visit our registration and information page.
Classes for children age 3 through finishing grade 6.
Remember to invite your friends, family and neighbors.
We are very excited about our upcoming Vacation Bible School here at MLLC. We invite you to gather with us for the learning and fun and joy of this special time of year.
Here is a link to our main page about VBS 2017. This includes information about registration and more.
VBS 2017 will be held Sunday through Thursday, June 11-14. The evening learning time will be held 5:30-7:45 p.m., with a meal served for all participants.
Questions – contact the church office at 979-278-3388 or Pastor David Tinker by email: pastordjt at industryinet dot com
Invite your friends, relatives and neighbors for this week of joy and learning about God’s goodness for us.
Here are some photos of previous VBS events at MLLC.
You can register now for Vacation Bible School 2016
We are looking forward to this special event. The MLLC Vacation Bible School (VBS) will be offered June 12-16, Sunday-Thursday evenings. The program will run each night: 5:30 – 7:45 p.m. Friends and neighbors are all invited.
Click this link for more about VBS 2016.
Click this link for a printable Registration Form.
Contact the church office to volunteer. 979-278-3388
This is the week. Vacation Bible School is here – click this link for more information. We have been working for months to get ready for this exciting and faith filled week of learning and fun. Registrations for this event show this to be are biggest in many years. You are invited to participate. Bring your friends, family and neighbors. Parents are welcome and encouraged to travel around “Nazareth” with their children.
June 22-26, 2015, Monday through Friday, 5:30-7:45 p.m. each night.
A meal will be served as part of the program each night.
For more information and registration – click this link.
Here are some photos of the sets and decorations for VBS 2015 – Nazareth: Where Jesus was a Kid.
We are gearing up for a fantastic week at MLLC. Our 2015 Vacation Bible School will be held June 22-26, 5:30-7:45 p.m.
You can still register for this wonderful faith and learning experience. Click this link to go to our main VBS 2015 page.
Volunteers are still needed. Thank you to all the wonderful people who have already committed to be part of this great week together.
Invite your friends, neighbors and relatives. We are truly excited about what God is doing among us, and we want to spread the joy of knowing Jesus Christ.
Come on out for VBS 2015: “Hometown Nazareth: Where Jesus was a Kid”
This is an exciting time at MLLC.
We are getting ready for this year’s Vacation Bible School. This delightful and engaging event is one of our biggest programs of the year. We look forward to having you be part of our time together this June as we visit “Hometown Nazareth: Where Jesus was a Kid”
We have set up a page here at mllccarmine.com for you to learn more about VBS 2015, register, and get involved.
Click here for the special page link.
The official count for the Vacation Bible School Bar Soap Challenge has been revised.
After a careful recount of all the packages of individually wrapped bar soap we have a new and higher total.
The Vacation Bible School Students collected 246 bars.
The adults in the congregation collected 233 bars.
That is a grand total of 479 individually wrapped bar soap.
We need only 21 more bars to make it 500! New donations are always welcome.
Check out the previous notice regarding this special project. Click here.
Thank you to the generous children and adults who have given so much so far.
The results are in for the Vacation Bible School (VBS) Bar Soap Challenge.
The students of the 2014 VBS at MLLC collected 246 individually wrapped bar soaps. These were collected during the week of VBS: August 21-27.
During the 2 weeks following that the congregation was challenged to meet this total. The congregation collected 198 bars of soap.
VBS students: 246
Grand Total: 444
For the sake of those in need around the world we will continue to collect these individually wrapped bar soaps through Resurrection Sunday 2015 – April 5, 2015. We will also receive monetary donations to cover the cost of shipping these items. Most importantly, please remember to pray for the ministry of Lutheran World Relief, and for those individuals who will eventually receive these items.
The real winners in this challenge are our neighbors around the world who will get to use the soap for personal hygiene. The soap will be passed along to Lutheran World Relief for distribution to people in need around the world.
Thank you to everybody who participated in this special project. We look forward to the continued collecting of bar soap for the months to come.