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When you eat with Jesus, anything can happen! An interactive VBS where children learn that everyone is welcome at God’s table! The five Bible stories in this curriculum explore stories about Jesus from the Gospels of Luke and John. These stories show Jesus eating with unexpected people, providing food for a crowd, demonstrating humility, and extending welcome and forgiveness. Through worship and drama, Bible study, art and science projects, and active games, children are welcomed to taste and share at God’s table, where there is always enough!
Come to the Table invites children to see that God loves and welcomes all people and challenges them to share that same love and hospitality in their everyday lives.Learn more
Leaders and kids alike will have a blast with crafts, skits, games, snacks, moving to the music, and more.
Both our downloadable and physical kits are priced below other popular VBSs and allow you to reproduce almost all pieces.
Participating children will grow in their Catholic faith and relationship with Jesus.
You’ll be humming along to top-notch, kid-friendly music from Oregon Catholic Press that won’t drive adults crazy.
We make life easy for leaders by giving you everything you need without overwhelming complexity.
Teach the kerygma—the core of our faith—and focus on the top priorities of today's Church.
Read what other leaders like you have said about our VBS themes. Learn from their experience of putting our programs into practice.Read their feedback
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? Or are you a veteran who wonders if your VBS can do more for your parish?
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.Download for free!
Get in touch with us using the contact information below if you need advice or direction on how to become an accompanying parish.