Summer Picnic and Backpack Giveaway
Hello Elsinore First family!
Thank you to everyone who attended the Independence Day Picnic last week!
We had such a great time, and the positive feedback continues to come in!
Because everyone enjoyed the picnic so much, we are going to have another All Church Picnic! 🧺 🎉
We are going to combine our Backpack Giveaway with the church picnic on Sunday, August 7th, right after Sunday Service!
This is going to be so much fun for our church family!
There will be two water slide jumpers, two kiddie pools, games, plus a Taco Truck! “Tacos A Mi Estilo” will be onsite and available for you to purchase lunch for you and your family!
We sincerely hope you can make it to the End of Summer Picnic!
Also, do you or someone you know need help with back to school supplies?
Elsinore First is giving away personalized backpacks filled with school supplies to bless low income students TK-12th grade!
To register your student (or students) for a backpack made specially for their grade level and gender, turn in the Registration Card no later than July 31st to the Information Center, Church office, or email a picture of the card to the church at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click Here to download the Registration Card.
Then join us for Church on Sunday, August 7th at 10 am to receive the backpacks and a box of food for your family after the service. Plus a picnic lunch ticket will be included for each student registered for a backpack.
For more information email us or call us at 951.678.1757 ext. 123.
And remember, our All Church Beach Day will be in Oceanside this Saturday, July 16 from 10am-4pm – make sure to bring your own shade, chairs, food, and other beach items. 🏖
Park in or near Oceanside Beach Harbor Parking Lot 10 (1399 N Pacific St, Oceanside, CA 92054). It is on the corner of N. Pacific St. and Harbor Dr., contact the church office if you have any questions.
Please remember that only certified service animals are allowed on the church campus and at other church events. We all love our pets, however we must respect that some people and children are allergic and/or afraid of dogs so we need to leave our pets at home. Thank you for understanding.