“Hallelujah Night” is another option for families to avoid the scary side of Halloween but still have a friendly celebration. Chaplain Brown held this year’s event at the Sandy Basin Community Center and dozens of families showed up, representing positive costumes and even Bible characters. Children were treated with candy, games, prizes, music, food and lots of fun.
Chaplain Brown thanks everyone for attending and prays with guests.
Kids got more than just candy at Hallelujah Night, they were gifted with Fall-themed prizes and goodies.
Several arts and crafts stations were set up for children.
There were bounce houses, corn hole games, ring toss and even an entire play area for the younger guests at Hallelujah Night.
Children and parents waiting to play one of the many games that were available for families.