Spend a magical weekend with friends as we embark on a journey with God.

Through drama, crafts and games, participants connect the hero’s story to Bible stories. In an engaging set of experiences, mirroring some of Harry’s, you will explore issues of identity, alliances, team work, spiritual gifts, life’s direction, temptations, moral choices, courage and faith.

Thursday, August 3rd 6-8pm

Children will receive their Hogwarts acceptance letter, do a little shopping on Diagon Alley, go through Platform 9 3/4 before finally learning if they are a Ravenclaw, Slytherin, Hufflepuff or Gryffindor from the Sorting Hat.


Friday, August 4th 6-8pm

Students will begin together to practice a song then travel with the rest of their house to several classes including Potions, Transformation, Herbology and Quiddich 101. Then we’ll gather to watch the first round of the Quiddich championship.


Saturday, August 5th 10am-12pm

We will once again gather together for music practice before heading to various classes including Transfiguration, Divination and Herbology. The day will end with another round of Quidditch.


Sunday, August 5th 5pm Celebration

Students and their families, as well as volunteers, are all invited to come watch the final game in the Quiddich championship before a feast in the Great Hall fit for the grandest witch or wizard.


Are you curious which Hogwarts house you would be in?


Pottermore.com, the official wizarding world website from J.K. Rowling, and click on SORTING (Note: you can also learn about your want find out your Patronus)



Will VBS be scary for younger children?

No, there will be some unexpected surprises along the way but these are appropriate for all ages.

How does God fit into Harry Potter?

Very well actually! The theme we are focusing on is kindness and love. God loves all of us and wants us to love others in the same way. Everyone we meet has unique and wonderful gifts and although they may appear very different from us, God calls us to embrace these differences and experience all the magic that others have to offer. Similarly, Harry will travel to a new wizarding school where he will experience new ideas and people. With Gods help he will see the beauty and wonder of all things new and different and will learn to share God’s love with everyone.