To help you serve during Night to Shine...
- What time should I arrive? Plan on checking in at the Life Center between 4:45 pm and 5:00 pm. Pizza, drinks, and snacks will be available.
- "What should I wear?" you ask. Great question! Night to Shine has been a prom experience so the guests and host volunteers typically dress accordingly. This year, due to the pandemic, Night to Shine is a parade called a Shine-Thru. Volunteers are welcome to dress up, adding to the celebratory atmosphere. Remember, this is a parade--dressing modestly and comfortably is the best advice.
- Since you're going to a parade to celebrate, why not make some signs? It could be a fun project for your family to make them if you're serving together. Get creative in how you might cheer on our kings and queens of the parade.
- Most volunteers will line the parade route to cheer on our guests.
- Feel free to bring flashlights since we want to SHINE! Please be careful to not shine the light directly on people, especially our guests.
- Where should volunteers park? Parking is marked on the Shine-Thru Parade Campus Map.
- What about pictures and social media? Yes, please take pictures of you and any of your friends that have given you permission. Take care not to take any photos and post to social media of any guest without their written permission. While our guests have given permission to Eagle's Landing for taking pictures and video, the agreement covers the organization but does not extend to volunteers. Thank you for understanding.
- Use #nighttoshineeagleslanding and tag @eagleslanding and @eagleslandingsending when posting to social media.
Info from Guest Resource Page:
Check out this fun video of Demi, Tim Tebow’s wife, teaching the Night to Shine Dance!
What's a Shine-Thru Parade? Here's a great example of a Shine-Thru Parade from 2021.
Questions? Contact us by phone or through the form below.
Eagle’s Landing First Baptist Church, 770-957-1355