We are adapting our annual Trunk or Treat and Fall Festival to provide a fun experience this Halloween that provides a safe alternative and socially distant way for kids to enjoy dressing up and getting candy.
This is a FREE event. But tickets must be reserved. To maintain safety standards and to help us prepare–there are a limited # of ticket available.
You may reserve your tickets by clicking HERE
HOW IT WORKS
Enter the Simi Valley United Methodist Church parking lot from the Erringer Road entrance. You will be directed to drive slowly along a trail that is lined with volunteers and decorated spots. As each car drives by the spots, there will be a clear mark for you to stop for a moment. You will then be greeted by a volunteer, with a protective mask and gloves, who will safely extend candy to the passenger’s buckets. Once the car in front of you has moved up, you will move forward to the next spot for more candy!
**Please make sure your child brings a bucket for us to drop the candy in. This will provide a safe and sanitary experience.**
EVENT DETAILS & TICKETS
The “Drive-Thru Trunk-Or-Treat” will take place on Saturday, October 31 from 2-4 PM. There is no cost for the event, but tickets are limited. A ticket is needed for EACH PERSON who will be Trick or Treating in your vehicle.
Questions? Please contact us at email@example.com
We are experimenting with models for outdoor gatherings in the weeks to come. Our first in-person gatherings will take place on Wednesdays from 6:00 pm to 6:30 pm. We will have another in-person gathering on Sundays from 8:00-8:30am.
To help with public safety, we ask you to reserve a spot. This will reduce numbers and help with tracking attendants.
You can reserve your spot by clicking below:
Outdoor In-Person Gathering Reservations
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Virtual Online event
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You can join us on Facebook Live at
Contact Andy or the church office if you have questions about connecting. More information coming about online giving and ways to connect in a season of physical distancing.
Recycling Sunday for the youth is Sunday, October 25th. Please bring your plastic, glass, and aluminum. Drop your recycling items off in the church parking lot by 12 noon for Chuck McKee to pick up.