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First Hattiesburg hosts family event

The following is a message from First Hattiesburg:

First Hattiesburg Church invites children grades first through sixth and their parents to enjoy a night of free family fun during Club FX on April 14 at 6 p.m.

Club FX, held on the second Sunday of each month, is a family worship event.  Club FX allows parents to take an active role in their child's church experience by participating in a variety style show, which includes games, singing, dancing, and learning a new virtue along with their child. Witty characters who work through life problems make this event both entertaining and educational. Club FX seeks to bring together families and gives parents the tools they need to teach their children life lessons and help build their child's character.  

"Club FX is not a typical kid's church experience," said Ashlee Cook, Director of Children's Ministries. "Think Nickelodeon and Disney. That's the kind of experience we want to create. Club FX is a high-energy, interactive and fun event for kids and their families. They can take what they have learned together as a family and build on that throughout the month."

For more information on Club FX, contact Ashlee Cook acook@firsthattiesburg.com or Amber Williamson amber@firsthattiesburg.com

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