In 2017 churches and families across the UK discovered Patch the Pumpkin and his adventures to shine light into Halloween. So, with less than a month to go until 31 October, there’s no time to waste. Get your pack today and start planning Pumpkin Heroes fun for the children in your church, school and family.
What is Pumpkin Heroes?
Pumpkin Heroes is a free pack of easy to use resources all designed to help children age 4-10 in your church and family have fun this Halloween. With Patch's new story book, cartoon film, sing-along-song, activities, crafts and games.
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Bless the kids at Pumpkin Heroes and trick or treaters to your door with a Bag of Hope from UCB, OneHope and World Vision. Each free bag includes a bible-based booklet and activity sheet.
Who is Patch the Pumpkin?
This Halloween, World Vision's very own hero - Patch the Pumpkin wants to take the kids in your church and family on an exciting adventure to shine God's light and love into the world.
Read Patch the Pumpkin’s biography and find out what makes him so special.
A Meaningful Treat is a bag of 30 Swiss Fairtrade chocolate buttons and a Challenge poster with Patch the Pumpkin too. Make Halloween more meaningful.
Why take part?
As Christians, we understand that Halloween can be a tricky time of year - especially for Churches and Christian families. This is why we've created a Halloween alternative. Pumpkin Heroes provides you, your family and church with great Bible-based resources that will help children discover God's love for all of us this Halloween.
How to take part
Getting involved in Pumpkin Heroes couldn’t be easier. All you need to do is submit your Church or individual details here and then you can instantly download your Pumpkin Heroes pack »
Let us know on social media @WorldVisionUK how you're doing #pumpkinheroes this Halloween or email us at: email@example.com
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Pumpkin Heroes was created by World Vision in 2017. Previously Carve a Heart encouraged people across the UK to carve a heart in their pumpkin to turn it into a lantern of hope. This year our hero Patch the Pumpkin is all about heart too - helping children in the UK to have a hope-filled Halloween discovering how they can help and care for others.