Monday, 13 October 2008
Friday, October 31, from 6 to 9 p.m., RHEMA Bible Church presents Harvest Carnival — a Halloween alternative for children providing a safe, action-packed, candy-filled party for the entire Tulsa/Broken Arrow community. The event will be held at the Ninowski Recreation Center, located next to the RHEMA Park on RHEMA’s campus. RHEMA is located on Kenosha (71st Street) just east of Aspen (South 145th East Avenue) in Broken Arrow. Open to infants through fifth-graders and their parents, Harvest Carnival offers 80 game booths, pictures taken with live ponies ($5), inflatable games, and a whopping 5,000 pounds of candy. The games and candy are not only fun—they’re free!
Parents need not worry about feeding the kids before coming. There will be a concession stand selling pizza, nachos, popcorn, pop, and more—so everyone can come hungry and eat at the party. Costumes are encouraged. All who attend can enjoy all the treats without the tricks! Harvest Carnival is sponsored by RHEMA Bible Church. Those with questions may visit www.rhemabiblechurch.com and click on the Harvest Carnival logo, or call (918) 258-1588, ext. 2295.
Pastored by Kenneth and Lynette Hagin, RHEMA Bible Church is a strong family church supporting both the natural family and the corporate church family.
Embracing its motto of “life unlimited,” RHEMA Bible Church offers a wide variety of programs to help nurture and strengthen each member’s spiritual, emotional, and social growth. The church, located on the beautiful 110-acre RHEMA campus in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, began its full schedule of services in October 1985. Since that time, RHEMA Bible Church has grown to become a thriving congregation of approximately 8,000 members. Adult services are held each week on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., and on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. In addition, the church offers various services and programs for children (nursery through grade 5) and youth (grades 6 through 12). Go to www.rhemabiblechurch.com for more information.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 15 October 2008 )