We always host Hallelujah Night on the night of October 31st, which is traditionally celebrated as “Halloween.” For Christians, however, there may be many reasons why we wouldn’t “celebrate” Halloween as a holiday. Whether you celebrate Halloween or not, Christian children should have an opportunity to have safe, godly fun! As Christians, we have much to “celebrate” so we make Hallelujah Night a fun adventure where thousands of children see the goodness of God through this event.
It’s A Safer Alternative
Have you heard the rumors about laced candy that’s passed out to “Trick-or-Treaters?” How about the pranksters who wreak havoc on this night? Every year on Halloween, there seem to be countless incidents and concerns for those who are out Trick-or-Treating. We want to provide something safe for families to attend where those concerns are minimized.
At Hallelujah Night, we:
- Have police on the premises.
- Only pass out individually wrapped candies that have never been opened.
- Use volunteers that have had background checks.
- Only allow “nice” costumes. (Masks and scary costumes must be removed)