Ways to Take Your Fall Festival to the Next Level
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Ways to Take Your Fall Festival to the Next Level

Posted By Erica Johns     May 30, 2022    


One of the most anticipated occasions for numerous churches is opening its doors to the local community during the Lord's Acre Festival in the fall. If you're finding yourself to repeating the same routine every year and you've been stuck for how you can improve the quality of this year's celebration You're not alone. Find out the top five fall festival ideas for church we found by doing a quick search on the internet for you to explore.

  1. The Pumpkin Trebuchet

You might have seen " Punkin Chunkin " throwing contests" on TV as you considered "Wow wouldn't it be fun play the role of an adult back in the day?" You can! Building your own Trebuchet can be easier than you imagine. WikiHow There are great directions for building the trebuchet. VirtualTrebuchet.com This will allow you to tweak the dimensions of your trebuchet so that you can throw any size pumpkin you like. You might want to invite your local scout group to make smaller trebuchets that can throw grapes. Voila! You've got a new contest in your next event.

  1. 'The Great Pumpkin' Drive-in Movie Night

Set up a projector and screen on your parking lot at night and host an evening of movies that show that classic Charlie Brown movie. Families are able to stay in their vehicles or bring picnic blankets and blankets. Since the film is only 30 minutes, it's perfect for families with little children. Be sure to have the legal protection to show motion images. Check out the CVLI licence that is designed especially to churches.

  1. Character Cut-Outs

Visit any theme park and you'll see places where you can stick your head into holes and change into a rabbit, mouse or princess. With clip art, plywood and a bit of paint you can make environments for families to take photographs. From scarecrows to Peter the Pumpkin-Eater as well as his spouse, the fall season provides plenty of ideas for fun picture centers. Get a few creative and helpful volunteers free to take in this fun project.

  1. Pumpkin Faces

Instead of carving pumpkins or painting them instead, let the people appear like pumpkins. Get black, green or orange facial paint. Set up a table with mirrors, as well as plenty of brush and disposable cup and then watch as people transform themselves and their loved ones into a Halloween decor. You could offer prizes for the most hilarious and interesting pumpkin-themed faces.

  1. Free Meal Coupons

Instead of just handing out flyers to your members as well as those in your neighborhood, make these into gifts. Each flyer can be coupons redeemable to receive a hot plate for free during the event. Offer coupons to every participant to distribute to family members or those who are in need. The word is getting out, and also giving people the opportunity to give back to other people. Members may buy meals or redeem coupons on their own in case they are in needs. The members who purchase meals may pay for one or several meals to cover the costs.

Whatever you decide to do, you should have fun and have some creativity. Make use of your fall festival to bring joy from being God's children God with others within your own community.