Trunk or Treat

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This year Trunk or Treat will be on Sunday October 27th from 4-6 pm. Trunk or Treat is a free community event! If you aren’t familiar with Trunk or Treat it is exactly what it sounds like. We will be decorating Trunks of cars all around our parking lot and inviting you to bring your little sports star, super hero, princess and more to go around and collect candy. This is a free, fun, and easy way to celebrate together!


  1. Join us and invite your friends and family to come with you-

    We encourage you and your family to come enjoy trunk or treating at The Vineyard! This is totally free and a great way to connect with our community by inviting them to join you. It is as simple as letting us know if you are going on our FB event page and sharing the event with friends! Check out the FB event here:


    Each year as a church, we collect the candy that is given away at Trunk or Treat. Donating candy is a simple way to help make sure Trunk or Treat is an amazing event every year! Candy can be dropped off at the designated area in the lobby during weekend services or at the side offices at church Tuesday-Friday between 9-5. Thanks so much for your help!

  3. Decorate a Trunk -

    Sign up to decorate the trunk of your car with the form below. We have a Trunk or Treat Parking Lot Map in our lobby we use during our weekend services to show available spots. If you have already placed a car on our Trunk or Treat Parking Lot Map, please fill out the from below and enter your spot number. If you would like to decorate a car but do not attend our church or haven’t yet selected a spot during a weekend service then please fill out the form below and select “I need a spot” and we will contact you to get you connected.

Name *
This should match your spot on the Trunk or Treat Parking Lot Map at church , if you have not selected a spot leave this section blank and please see below.
If you do not have a spot yet please click the box below and we will contact you with available options.
Lucas Hampton