Night to Shine Events Planned Across North Carolina, Nation

Night to Shine logo. Source: The Tim Tebow Foundation
Night to Shine logo. Source: The Tim Tebow Foundation

Night to Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs, ages 14 and older. The event will take place simultaneously at locations around the world on February 9, 2018.

Night to Shine is a Prom event that celebrates God’s love for people with special needs. Over 500 churches will be participating in these events, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation. This event is open to people with special needs, ages 14 and older. Walk the red carpet, enjoy royal treatment, and dance.

Visit the official website to search for Night to Shine events near you. Donations may be made to the foundation, or via the churches hosting events.

Several Eastern North Carolina locations are listed below. Participate or volunteer for this prom night via the links provided for each location.

Rocky Mount

Englewood Baptist Church is proud to be an official host churches in 2018. The Night to Shine prom is scheduled for Friday, February 9, 2018, 6-9pm, at 1350 S Winstead Avenue, Rocky Mount NC.

When asked why Englewood Baptist Church chose to host a Night to Shine event, Senior Pastor Michael Cloer said:

“We wanted host a Night to Shine for our region of the state because we know that even while God loves all people, the Bible is replete with examples of His special love and concern for those with special needs. We want to be His heart, His hands, His face to them on their special night. We want them and their families to know how much He, and we, love them.”

This is the church’s first time hosting this event. For anyone wishing to donate to support of this event, donations may be made directly to Englewood Baptist Church, with a designation for Night to Shine.

According to the church’s organizer, Kathleen French:

“We are working to get local businesses involved for catering, corsages, boutonnieres, limo rides, and funds for the tiaras and crowns. At the end of the night, each participant is crowned King or Queen of the night.”

Visit www.englewoodbaptist.com/nighttoshine for details, and to register as a participant or volunteer.

With questions, contact Kathleen French at 252.937.8254 x.235 or via email.

Wake Forest

Restoration Church, partnering with Hope Lutheran Church, will be holding a Night to Shine event on Friday, February 9, 2018, 6:30-9pm. The location is Hope Lutheran Church, 3525 Rogers Road, Wake Forest NC.

Register on the Hope Lutheran Church website at www.hopelutheranwf.org.

Fayetteville

Crosspointe Church will be hosting Night to Shine on Friday, February 9, 2018, 6-9pm, at 7030 Rockfish Road, Fayetteville NC.

For more information or to register/volunteer, visit crosspointe.church/ntsregistration.

 

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