SleepOut 2020

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Friday, April 3, 2020

You are invited to join us to create an atmosphere of mindfulness surrounding the reality faced by our neighbors who are experiencing homelessness. Be a part of The Lord’s Place community where the only difference is the type of “home” we live in.

Sleepout is an opportunity to step into our neighbors’ “home” for a night. It is also a time to learn about the mission and impact of The Lord’s Place, and the 1,900 men, women, and children we serve. Be a part of an inspirational program featuring powerful stories by those who have been helped out of homelessness followed by a candlelight ceremony. Enjoy family friendly activities, including great food by Joshua Catering, a silent auction, and much more.

Click here for event information.

 

Event Info

Date:

 

Friday, April 3, 2020
Schedule:

 

 

 

5 p.m. Outdoor event begins with family-friendly activities, delicious food, and live music.
7:00 p.m. Indoor Mission program and candlelight ceremony
9 p.m. Music and games to follow
11 p.m. Lights Out! SleepOut, or return home to SleepIN!
7 a.m. Breakfast and Morning Reflection
Location:

 

United Methodist Church of the Palm Beaches 900 Brandywine Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33409
What:

 

 

 

 

 

SleepOut is an opportunity to step into our neighbors’ “home” for a night. It is also a time to learn about the mission and impact of The Lord’s Place, and the 1,900 men, women, and children we serve. Be a part of an inspirational program featuring powerful stories by those who have been helped out of homelessness followed by a candlelight ceremony. Enjoy family friendly activities, including great food by Joshua Catering, a silent auction, and much more.
Directions:

 

 

I-95 to Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.; West on Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.; Right on Robins Drive North; Left on Brandywine Road; United Methodist Church of the Palm Beaches on left
Who:

 

 

Everyone! Corporations, families, schools and organizations, all are welcome to join all or part of the festivities! There will be activities for children and adults! Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed.
Food:

 

Food will be available to purchase before and after the event, from The Lord’s Place own, Joshua Catering
Sleeping Out:

 

 

While sleeping out at SleepOut is not required, it is encouraged! After the festivities and program ends, you can choose to sleep indoors or outside, under cover or not. Many participants choose to bring tents, and there will be people on hand to help you set up if needed.

 

Sleeping In: Should you choose not to spend the night at SleepOut, you can go home and SleepIn or you can choose another day to reflect on the experience of homelessness. Resources are available upon request to teach children and adults more about homelessness, so SleepIn can become an educational opportunity as well as raise awareness and much needed funding.
Registration:

 

 

 

 

Registration is $25 per participant. This includes admission, program, barbecue by Joshua Catering (a social enterprise of The Lord’s Place) t-shirt and more! Registration for kids under 16 is free.

Registration is simple. Visit www.TheLordsPlace.org, and click the SIGN UP button. This will bring you to a page to set up your account. Be sure to fill out all fields. Once you’ve set up your account, you will have the option to REGISTER AS AN INDIVIDUAL, CREATE A TEAM, or JOIN A TEAM. If you attended SleepOut last year, use your login information! We’ll have most of your information saved for you.

 

 

Here are answers to some of our frequently asked questions.

 

Registration, Team Creation, Sponsorship and so much more!
Click here to learn, in detail, how to create a team, join a team, become a sponsor and more!

 

Do I have to SleepOut?

No! You can make a donation, join a team, attend the program, participate in the silent auction and then SleepIn in the comfort of your own bed. You can attend some, or all, or none of the events of that day, your level of participation is entirely up to you!

 

What is The Lord’s Place Mission?

The Lord’s Place is dedicated to breaking the cycle of homelessness by providing innovative, compassionate and effective services to men, women and children in our community. Click here to learn more about it’s mission and history. To read about some life-changing stories, please click here.

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