Calvary Christian Academy invites you to their Harvest Carnival on Friday, October 28. Join them from 6 to 8 pm for free games, prizes, a basket raffle, a silent auction, and food. For more information, visit calvarychristianacademy.org.
Mesilla Park Community Church of Las Cruces invites you to our Family Fall Festival: Trunk-or-Treating on Friday, October 28, at 6:30 pm. Last year, over 10,000 people attended this event, and this year we are partnering with local radio stations and the Las Cruces Police and Fire Departments to reach even more people. With an expected attendance of over 15,000 people, this festival will be one of the largest Halloween events in the city. In addition to the decorated trunks brought in by members of the church and local businesses, this year's festival will also feature carnival-style games, inflatables, live music, food trucks, and more. With a bag of candy as the only cost of admission, this is sure to be a great, inexpensive, fun, and safe event for families throughout Las Cruces.
Join Blake Road Baptist Church on Saturday, October 29, for Jesus Festival. The event kicks off at 6 pm with games, food, fun, and candy for the kids. For more information, visit blakeroadbaptist.com or call 505.877.6813.
Attention middle and high school students: United Student Ministries and the Collective invites you and your family to join us for our Fall Carnival on Saturday, October 29, from 4 to 7 pm at City Church of Albuquerque. This free event includes inflatables, a giant haze-filled maze, food, and more. For more information and directions, visit facebook.com/unitedabq or citychurchabq.com.
Covenant United Methodist Church invites you to our sixth annual charity car show on Saturday, October 29, from 10 am to 2 pm. This is a free event, so come check out the great cars, enjoy the chili cook-off, and bring goodies for the Trunk or Treat. There will be prizes for the top three cars, and all proceeds benefit the ministries of Covenant United Methodist Church. For more information, visit abqcumc.org.
Help feed the homeless in Albuquerque at the Feed the Need event on Saturday, October 29, from noon to 4 pm at Full Throttle Car Shop. There will be live music, free food, guest speakers, and giveaways. Bring clothing or canned food donations to benefit the Hellfighters and the Rock at Noonday shelter. For more information, visit 30coins.com.
First Baptist Church of West Albuquerque invites you to attend their Fall Festival on Saturday, October 29, from 4 to 6 pm. All events are free, and include food, bounce houses, games, and crafts and face painting for the kids. For more information, visit fbcwa.org.
Oasis Family Church invites you and your family to their Super Fall Festival on Saturday, October 29, from 11 am to 2 pm. Kids will have a blast playing games, enjoying food, getting their faces painted, and jumping around in the jump houses. There will also be tons of candy and prizes for costumes. For more information, visit ofcabq.org.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Learn how to raise awareness, educate people on the signs, prevent incidents, and create safe and worthwhile relationships at the Breaking the Cycle conference on Saturday, October 29, beginning at 9 am at Embassy Suites. The conference will feature keynote speakers from the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women, PB&J Family Services, Esparanza Shelter, and more. There will also be several great breakout sessions, and a light breakfast and full lunch will be provided. RSVP today for this free event.
Don’t miss the Harvest Fest at Calvary Chapel New Harvest in Los Lunas on Monday, October 31, at 5 pm. Join us for games, a puppet show, food trucks, and much more! For more information, visit calvarynhll.com or call the church office at 505.866.9832.
Children are invited to Bible Island's free Halloween alternative, Funfari, on Monday, October 31. Join us at 5 pm in the Hub and Plex for games, candy, prizes, and face painting. Children will also enjoy soft toys and bounce houses in the basketball and volleyball courts. Dion's Pizza and Chick-fil-A will be available for purchase in the amphitheater.
Faith Tabernacle Church invites you to their Harvest Festival on Monday, October 31. Join them from 6:30 to 8:30 pm for hot dogs, nachos, cookies, lemonade, apple cider, candy, games, a cake walk, hayrides, and digital family photos. You won’t want to miss this one! For more information, visit faithtabnm.com or call the office at 505.877.3161.
First Presbyterian Church of Belen invites you and your family to their Second Annual Community Trunk or Treat on Monday, October 31, from 5 to 7 pm. Join them for hotdogs, chips, and water, plus a black-light puppet show, a cake walk, and lots of games. This is a free event for the whole family.
Transparent Productions presents Phil Wickham live in concert with special guests Stars Go Dim and Micah Tyler for the Children of God Tour on Friday, November 4, at 7:30 pm at Calvary Albuquerque.
Current events are causing many people to ask, "Are we in the end times?" Hoffmantown Church invites you to their Eschatology/End Times Seminar, November 4-5. During this free event, experts Dr. Andy Woods, Dr. Robert Dean, and Charles Clough from Chafer Theological Seminary will examine what the Word of God teaches about the end times. For more information and to view the speakers' biographies, visit hoffmantownchurch.org.
Do you currently lead worship? Are you interested and looking to learn more about how to use your gifts to serve others in ministry? Join Church Alive! on Saturday, November 5, from 1 to 3 pm for a Worship Leaders' Meeting lead by Chuck Elmore. He’ll share tips on leading worship, and how to be a more effective worship leader. Worship will be led by Worship Prayer Culture. For more information, contact AJ at 505.236.8415.
Don't miss Winter Jam 2016 Tour Spectacular, coming to the Santa Ana Star Center on Tuesday, November 8, at 7 pm. This year’s incredible lineup includes Matthew West, Crowder, Britt Nicole, Red, Mandisa, Newsong, KB Tedashii, OBB, Sarah Reeves, Steven Malcom, and a special message from Tony Nolan. Early admission for Jam Nation members starts at 4:30 pm; doors open for general admission and the Pre-Jam party kicks off at 6 pm. Admission is $10 at the door—yeah, $10 for ten bands!
Join Bethel Bible Fellowship in Las Cruces for the Christianity and Culture Conference, November 11-12. This conference is a powerful event designed to help you and your family by bringing nationally known, gifted speakers for a series of lectures designed to address cultural issues in the light of Scripture.
This conference will help you and your family: