Thank you for your support! Together we raised more than $40,000 for missions this past year! We hope to see you in 2021!


Date: Saturday November 13th

Time: 5:00 pm

Location: Glory of Christ


Tickets for MissionsFest will be $25 each. Each ticket includes supper, beverages, and an evening of great fellowship and memories!



MIssionsfest F.A.Q.


I've never been to MissionsFest before, what should I wear?

Glory of Christ's MissionsFest is laid back and casual. Come in whatever you are comfortable wearing, whether that is jeans and a t-shirt, or something more fitting to our theme this year - Hawaiian! Grass skirts and Hawaiian shirts!

 

Do I need to bring anything?

Only some money and your checkbook. We will provide you with food, drinks, and a great time. 


Will there be babysitting?

We will be providing babysitting this year with the help of the high school youth! 


Where does the money go?

The money raised at through MissionsFest goes to support mission efforts in America and across the world. A list of the missions we support can be found here


What kinds of things should I donate?

Popular items are consumables, items that you use once, usually entertainment or food related (sports tickets, green fees, wine, baked goods, dinners, etc.). If you are still unsure of what to donate, think of something you might enjoy winning at the auction and donate it!


Do I have to use my bidding number?

Yes, this helps the auction workers work more easily. It is up to you whether or not you also include your name, but no bid will be counted without the bidder number. 


How does the silent auction work?

Due to the timing of this years Missionsfest we will not have a live auction.  If you have any questions, please call or email Brenda in the church office.


How does the live auction work?

The auctioneer will describe the auction item and begin to call out dollar amounts. Simply raise your bidder number or call out until you win the item or the price gets too steep. If the auction item is a dinner with multiple seats, the highest bidder gets as many seats as he/she wants at the winning price. (E.g., If the winning bid is $100, the winner can choose to take four of the available seats for a total of $400. The bidding will then start over for the remaining seats.) 


Is there any way I can help with the auction?

We have most things under control. Thank you, though. 


But I consume a lot of sugar and caffeine, and I get bored easily. 

Oh, in that case talk to one of the auction committee members, or just email the church office. I'm sure we can find a place for you to help.