Volunteer Hub

All spots are taken; vehicle registration is closed.

Thank you!

Thank you for deciding to be a part of providing a fun and safe event for our community! It’s our desire to make the event run as smoothly as possible—and we want our volunteers to have a blast. We couldn’t do it without you!

Be sure to tag #BCSUGARRUSH

5 Guidelines

Because Trunk or Treat continues to grow, the following guidelines have been implemented to aid in keeping the event safe, organized, family-friendly, and fun.

  1. Trunk or Treat is hosted by Bible Center for the community; therefore, we ask that volunteers and vehicle hosts are affiliated with Bible Center Church, School, or Preschool.
  2. All vehicles must be pre-registered (by the Thursday before the event). This will allow us to assign parking spaces and will help our parking lot crew to be ready to check in and direct those providing vehicles.
  3. Please keep all costumes and decorations family-friendly and appropriate for small children.
  4. Solicitation and political agendas should be avoided.
  5. Materials promoting businesses, candidates, or other events are not permitted.

Station Volunteers

Frequently Asked Questions

Each volunteer will be assigned to a team leader who will contact team members with details specific to their station.

What time should I arrive, and where do I go?

  1. Arrive by 3:00 PM (unless your team leader gave you an earlier time)
  2. Use the upper road to park at the gravel lot near Harmony. Parking attendants will assist you, and a shuttle will transport you to the church entrance.
  3. Check-in with Savannah in the lobby.
  4. Meet under the portico at 3:15 for a team meeting.

Who do I contact if I have questions?

Please email: Savannah Harless (

Providing a Vehicle?

Frequently Asked Questions

What time should I arrive and where do I go?

  1. 2:00-2:30 | Arrive at the church. Vehicles must be decorated and manned by 3:30. (You may have trouble getting in if you are late)
  2. When you arrive, check in with a parking attendant. You will receive a number that coordinates with a parking space. Bays will be marked A, B, and C.
  3. You’ll proceed to the indicated bay and then to the designated parking space.
  4. We always run out of candy. Giving each child one piece is a great way to make it go farther since most visit all of the cars at least once.
  5. 3:15 PM | Meet under the portico for a team meeting.

Where do I park?

NEW this year: Vehicles will be assigned a number that coordinates to a parking spot. Once you arrive, the parking attendants will direct you to your spot. If you are registering with a group, indicate the number of vehicles you will have in your group, and you will be assigned spots next to each other.

To facilitate parking and organization, vehicles must be registered this year.

Am I required to decorate my vehicle to attend Trunk or Treat?

No. Decorating your vehicle is optional. But there are many cute ways to decorate. Keep it simple, quick & contained to the trunk of your vehicle.

Do I provide my own treats/candy?

All donated candy will be used for Trunk or Treat; however, you may supplement with your own supply of candy as well.

How much candy do I hand out?

Please give each child 1 piece per vehicle. Remember most children visit all of the cars at least once.

Is there a decorating contest for the “best” decorated vehicle?

Yes. The winning vehicle will be announced and awarded a “huge” trophy! The overall judging will be based on creativity and presentation.

Who do I contact if I have more questions?

Please email: Savannah Harless (

Donating Candy & Items

Donate Candy

Beginning Sunday, October 1, a drop-off station will be located in the lobby behind the fireplace. Bags of individually wrapped candy can be dropped off any time the church is open.

Short on time? Order from our Amazon list, and have items delivered straight to the church. The list includes candy, non-food items, and gift cards for prize drawings.

Donate Small Non-food Items

We would like to provide non-food treats for those who may have dietary restrictions or food allergies, or those affected by special needs. This would allow children who cannot have candy and sweets to participate in this fun day!

  • Glow sticks
  • Bubbles
  • Stencils
  • Stickers
  • Finger puppets
  • Spider rings
  • Stickers
  • Playing cards
  • Whistles
  • Kazoos
  • Pinwheels
  • Balls
  • Bracelets, necklaces
  • Vampire fangs
  • Comic books
  • Silly glasses
  • Crazy straws
  • Pencils
  • Mini note pads