IPC's Family Fun Night

It was a beautiful October day for our annual Family Fun Night. Our children's director Amy Martin sure knows how to throw a party.

Snow cones.....

Cotton Candy....

Petting Zoo......

Pony Rides (say hi to Mocha!)

Super Duper slide

And our downtown parking lot and church front lawn is filled with kids. Big kids....

Little kids......

with lots of cotton candy eating....

Some are excited about their costumes...others are definitely not. Sam, your "Sam-wich" costume is awesome!

Candy corn eating contest.....

It was a wonderful time had by all...with kids getting their fill of candy and carbonated drinks. Yes, we Presbyterians know how to party.

Thanks, Ames. You did it again.


  1. Being a fellow Presbyterian, we DO know how to party. Our church is having a shindig on Halloween night for the kids. It's always such a joy to see the little ones in their costumes. It makes me grin from ear to ear. BTW, I have a special fondness for cotton candy. Love it!

  2. Awww, that looks like so much fun! The cotton candy, the sno cones, the bubbles at night...and the kids look SO cute, especially that little one in the pumpkin costume. What beautiful eyes.

  3. The kids are sooo cute... especially "Sam-wich" didn't look too happy! Great pictures!

  4. All of your photos are beautiful. It's so funny, I took a picture of our church spire tonight and posted it on Twitter. And it's similar to your first photo! I may just have to email it to you. Love the one with the bubbles, and also, those kiddos are just too cute. Hope you had a great Reformation Sunday/Halloween, sister!

  5. And I forgot to add an "Amen" to that last statement. We Presbyterians do know how to party. Heehee!

  6. What a great party! I love the picture of the girl taking a bite of pizza--it's just an awesome photo. The focus, the colors, the composition . . . perfect!

  7. You DO know how to party, don't you?! :) Mocha is so cute, and I love Sam's expression...classic!

  8. Oh, wow! Those are some amazing photographs. What a blessing it is to have an active, joyful church family!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog, I'm so glad to have found yours. Can't wait to try more recipes!

  9. Mostly I stalk your blog, but I have to comment about what a fun time your church family is obviously having!! I love belonging to a group that helps keep me strong in my faith and involved in community! Keep posting the great food and activities--I love it!

  10. Tammy, Thank you for stalking my blog! And my family and I are so grateful for this church! The preaching is so good and the people are just amazing.