Family Night Live is a 3-day online interactive family experience. We know families are overwhelmed right now, so we are trying to partner with families to provide something that is engaging and sets families up to win!

Monday, June 29 - Wednesday, July 1

Everyone can participate, but the content is geared toward kids (4 years old - 5th grade) and their families.

This is a free event for all families

June 29 - July 1, you will receive three touchpoints each day.

Each morning you will receive a text/email with our “They did whaaaat?” challenge. It’s a fun family activity designed to prep you for the day ahead. Some days you will be encouraged to take a picture or a video of your challenge that may win you a prize or get shared during our evening Family Night Live service. Each morning, you will also receive a memory verse activity for you to learn Scripture together.

Every afternoon you will receive a text/email with our “He did whaaaat?” Bible story for the day. It’s a short video Bible story with a few family discussion questions to help you have a spiritual conversation together.

Then in the evening you will receive a text/email with some family discussion starter questions that will prep you for the live show. Each evening at 7:30 p.m. ET, your family will tune into Family Night Live, a 45-minute online service that will include games, prizes, special guests, worship and Bible stories. Imagine winning pizza delivered to your door for guessing what our host just painted, or maybe even winning a bounce house rental for your backyard just by watching.

Finally, you will have access to our online toolbox to take the experience deeper with your family. The toolbox will include things like a music playlist, craft ideas, bedtime stories and more for you to participate in with your family.

Most of the experience is on-demand, meaning you can do the activities and Bible story at any part of the day. However, the evening Family Night Live show will be at 7:30 p.m. ET each night, and your family won’t want to miss out on the opportunity to be present with everyone else as we play games and worship together.