Looking to connect? Consider joining us for these summer events designed for the entire family to have fun and meet people of all ages!
Movies on the Lawn--these fun Friday evenings are for the whole family and feature a great family movie under the stars. Bring your lawnchairs, snack food and blankets at 7:00pm as we gather to take in a great family flick. Movie triva will proceed the movie. Prizes will be awarded. Bounce houses for the kids will keep everyone busy until movie time. All movies start at dusk. Choose to come to one night or all nights. A snack bar is available with proceeds benefitting our youth ministry. This summer's lineup includes:
The Princess Bride - June 23rd
My BFG (Big Friendly Giant) - July 28th
To Be Decided - August 25th
Mega Family Sunday - June 11 - 10:30am worship service followed by lunch at 11:45am with plenty of family activities! Join us as we celebrate our Mega Family families and kids and the week they enjoyed at Mega Sports Camp (You can register for Mega Sports Camp Here)!. A kid-friendly lunch will be served. Bounce houses (both wet and dry) will keep the kids cool and wet. There is no charge for this event. Come and join us in worship and all of the fun afterwards!
Family Softball Night--whether you enjoy watching softball or playing the game, you will enjoy an evening planned for the whole family. Plan to come on Friday, July 7th for a great evening starting at 6:30pm. Adults, youth and kids are invited to make up a team and play a non-competitive game of softball. A concession stand will be open for snacks. If you want to form your own team, please do so and let Sean Watt know as he coordinates this family event for all ages. Contact Sean at email@example.com or (209) 369-1948.
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Fall Festival--every October 31st from 6:00-8:00pm. This annual event is fun for everyone! Carnival games for the kids---hot dog dinner for everyone for $1.00--kids' bounce house--candy galore! This is a free event. Kids can come dressed up, but no scary costumes, please.