South Side Church of Christ held its Trunk-or-Treat event on Sunday for residents to come and get some delicious candy. The church estimated they had over 2,200 people attend with a wide variety of costumes on display.

South Side Church of Christ held its Trunk-or-Treat event on Sunday for residents to come and get some delicious candy. The church estimated they had over 2,200 people attend with a wide variety of costumes on display.


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The church managed to serve 1,200 children during the event and said they love to be here for the community in difficult times and wanted to give something the children could look forward to.


Courtesy photos

Pastor Berry Pettit said they practiced social distancing and volunteers were masked.


Courtesy photos

South Side Church of Christ held its Trunk-or-Treat event on Sunday for residents to come and get some delicious candy. The church estimated they had over 2,200 people attend with a wide variety of costumes on display.

The church managed to serve 1,200 children during the event and said they love to be here for the community in difficult times and wanted to give something the children could look forward to.

Pastor Berry Pettit said they practiced social distancing and volunteers were masked.

South Side Church of Christ held its Trunk-or-Treat event on Sunday for residents to come and get some delicious candy. The church estimated they had over 2,200 people attend with a wide variety of costumes on display.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_IMG_7948.jpgSouth Side Church of Christ held its Trunk-or-Treat event on Sunday for residents to come and get some delicious candy. The church estimated they had over 2,200 people attend with a wide variety of costumes on display. Courtesy photos

The church managed to serve 1,200 children during the event and said they love to be here for the community in difficult times and wanted to give something the children could look forward to.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_IMG_7917.jpgThe church managed to serve 1,200 children during the event and said they love to be here for the community in difficult times and wanted to give something the children could look forward to. Courtesy photos

Pastor Berry Pettit said they practiced social distancing and volunteers were masked.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_IMG_7901.jpgPastor Berry Pettit said they practiced social distancing and volunteers were masked. Courtesy photos