Living Sent means answering God’s call to love others and share the gospel where we live, work, and play (John 20:21, Matthew 28:19-20).

12 Ideas to Connect with Neighbors on Halloween

  1. Sit outside on your driveway as you pass out candy
  2. Serve hot chocolate or apple cider to trick-or-treaters
  3. Have a welcoming firepit in your driveway
  4. Organize a chili cook-off with neighbors before trick-or-treating
  5. Make an effort to learn (and remember) the names of immediate neighbors
  6. Have a photo booth in your driveway or garage and allow families to take photos of costumes
  7. Host a neighborhood costume contest
  8. Go trick-or-treating with neighbors
  9. Host a Candy-Swap after collecting candy
  10. Smile and be engaging
  11. Pray specifically for your neighbor after you’ve visited their door
  12. Organize a neighborhood clean-up on November 1 to pick up trash and smashed pumpkins

5 Non-Halloween Fall Ideas

  1. Host a Broncos football game party
  2. Help rake neighbors’ leaves
  3. Have a soup exchange party – everyone brings a soup and the recipe to share
  4. Check in on neighbors who need help winterizing their sprinkler systems
  5. Attend a neighbor kid’s soccer or flag football game