WHAT TO EXPECT
Packed with Free Family Fun & Food
Bring friends, family, and co-workers with you for an action-packed day full of family fun and food. Really, this is NOT a regular Sunday!
Beginning after the 9:30 services, get ready to jump in on various football-themed activities, food and even some friendly competition. The fun will continue well into the afternoon.
- Inflatables for both adults + kids
- Mechanical Bull
- Virtual Reality Experience
- Roary the Lion (official Detroit Lions mascot)
- Free concessions (nachos, popcorn + water)
- Gaga Ball
- Speed Caricature Artist
- Yard Games (inside!)
- – and More
Ward regular attenders can purchase a $5 wristband
to enjoy a fantastic football stadium feast.
If you’re new to Ward, your wristbands are on us!
- XL hot dogs + condiments
- Craft Root Beer
*Wristbands are available the day of the event at Ward Church
There will also be a Wing Eating Contest! $20 to enter, all proceeds go to Short-Term Mission Trips scholarship fund.
Talking Faith & Football
Each service will be football infused. We’ll get to hear compelling life stories (via video) from current NFL players, including some who are playing in the Super Bowl later that day. After an inside look into the lives and hearts of these athletes, you might watch the big game differently!
Sunday, February 3, 2019
All gatherings will be football infused!
- 8 a.m. – Classic Service – Chapel
- 9:30 a.m. – Modern Service – Knox Hall
- 9:30 a.m. – Classic Service – Sanctuary
- 10:30 a.m. – Family Fun + Tailgate Experience begins
- 11 a.m. – Classic Service – Sanctuary
- 11 a.m. – Modern Service – Knox Hall
Frequently Asked Questions
Every weekend we see a wide range of attire, so dress as you feel comfortable. This football Sunday, some of us will be sporting a jersey of our favorite team and we welcome you to join in on the fun.
Our Modern Service at 9:30 & 11:00 a.m. may be the best choice for you if you prefer a casual setting with music led by guitars, keys, drums, and vocalists. Our Classic Service at 8:00, 9:30, & 11:00 a.m. may be for you if you prefer a more traditional setting, featuring hymns led by organ, piano, vocalists, choir and orchestra.