Lake Sawyer Christian Church free family movie night
Lake Sawyer Christian Church invites families in the community to a free family movie night at 6:30 p.m., Friday, October 18 in the Event Center at Lake Sawyer Christian Church in Black Diamond.
Enjoy time with your family while watching the Hollywood family monster movie that is guaranteed to make you laugh. Bring the whole family and invite some friends for snacks, games, door prizes, and fun for all ages. Enter for your chance to win a Kindle Fire HD. There are no hidden costs or obligations.
“We realize that taking the family to the movies can be costly,” says Nancy Waner, Children’s Pastor, “This is Lake Sawyer’s way to give back to our community and provide family-friendly and safe events.”
The church campus is located at 31605 Lake Sawyer Road SE in Black Diamond. Plenty of free parking is available.
For more information about this event, other community events, or about Lake Sawyer Christian Church, visit www.lscc.org or call (360) 886-8045.
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