Harvest Day is just a month away! Based on the projection that NC will be in phase 3 by Harvest Day, we’ve made plans to gather for our annual celebration of God’s provision! Here are some ways that the event will look different from previous events:
Everything being held outdoors. Bring your soccer chairs to sit on the lawn
Sports tournaments are being held in horsehoes, cornhole (2 divisions) and Miniature golf (for students only). Certificates will be awarded in lieu of trophies this year.
Attendees are encouraged to wear masks and maintain social distance.
We’ll have take-out biscuits and coffee at 9:00 a.m. A donation basket will be available as you exit.
- For lunch, we will have take out plates of chicken pastry and/or hotdogs and chips. You can eat outdoors or take it with you. A donation basket will be available as you exit.
- Our closing ceremonies will held live on the porch of the Education Building at 12:00 and broadcast on Facebook Live for those who cannot attend.
Online giving! If people want to donate online to Harvest Day 2020 they can do so by clicking the DONATE NOW button on any page of our website. They will select “Harvest Day” as the fund to which they want to donate. For the donation to be credited to the giving from your church, they need to write the name of the church in the NOTES section.
Here are the links you’ll need to get prepared for Harvest Day!
Here’s the 2020 Harvest Day schedule!
Please have someone Register your Harvest King and/or Queen
Pass along this Information Sheet to your Harvest King and/or Queen
Encourage people to register and participate in the Sports Tournaments (form is below)
The JP Wiggins Horseshoe Tournament*: please pre-register your team online
Cornhole: Adult and Student Divisions* - please pre-register your team online
Miniature Golf: Elementary – High School students only – register when you arrive at 9:00
Church classifications have not changed from last year. Here is a link to the Harvest Day Church Classifications for King/Queen Program
And here is a link to a Bulletin insert for Harvest Day.
Homemade cakes and pies have been a longstanding and delicious tradition! If your church would be willing to help us by baking their favorites to share, please let us know how many items you plan to bring. Email email@example.com