With autumn in full swing, Wheaton's Gary United Methodist Church will be getting into the spirit of the season with its annual "Trunk or Treat" on Saturday, October 26 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The event will offer kids a safe alternative to door-to-door trick or treating. Treats will be served from the trunks of church members' creatively-decorated vehicles. Games and food trucks on site will add to the festivities. Costumes are encouraged.
This year’s Trunk or Treat will take place during Downtown Wheaton Association’s “Boo-Palooza.” The public is invited to take the short walk to the church parking lot on Hale St, right across from Memorial Park, and have some great fun at this spooktacular event!
About Gary United Methodist Church: Located just north of downtown Wheaton at 224 N Main St, Gary Church is an active, mission-oriented congregation with deep roots in the community going back over 160 years. Known for vitalizing and inspiring worship services, the church incorporates a vibrant music program that offers choral, instrumental and bell ensembles. Programs are available to help children grow and learn together, and the church’s youth programs are exciting and challenging. Engaging and energetic educational and fellowship activities help adults grow in their faith and generate lasting friendships. The church also operates a pre-school that provides a quality and safe Christian environment for the children of the community.
For more information, visit the website of Gary United Methodist Church, garychurch.org, or call the Church Office at 630-668-3100.