Family FunDay is happening at Surprise Church this Sunday!

This Sunday, Surprise Church at Shiloh Christian School is putting on a Family FunDay. The whole community is invited to a church service that will be followed by food, fun, and more! The event is a day of free fun for the families, but it is also for a good cause.

According to the Surprise Church website, they will be collecting non-perishable food items and donating them to the Little Free Pantries throughout Bismarck and Mandan.

WHAT: Family FunDay

WHEN: Sunday, September 12
9:30 AM and 11:00 AM

WHERE: Shiloh Christian School
1915 Shiloh Dr, Bismarck

What is going on at Family Funday at Surprise Church?

Family FunDay is an event meant to invite new guests to Suprise Church. The whole community is invited. Not only are there free food and games, but there are also some really cool prizes. You can win anything from restaurant gift cards to tickets to a North Dakota State University Bison game!

What is Surprise Church?

Surprise Church has been in the community since 2014. The aim is to help churchgoers "...experience God daily, love others well, and make a difference in our city." While Surprise Church has roots with the Lutheran denomination, the church is non-denominational. So, if you have been looking for a service to check out but are not sure where your place is, Surprise Church could be the place for you!

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Family FunDay is happening Sunday, September 12 at Shiloh Christian School!

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