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New Hope Vineyard Church has joined the Tim Tebow Foundation in celebrating people with special needs.
What is Night to Shine?
Night to Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs, ages 14 and older. On one night, February 7, 2019, 655 churches, from around the world, hosted Night to Shine for 100,000 honored guests with the support of 200,000 volunteers! Check out the Official 2019 Night to Shine Highlight Videos below…
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About New Hope Vineyard Church
New Hope Vineyard Church is a growing faith community made up of people of all ages, races and backgrounds. Since our inception in 1988, our focus has been on worshiping God, equipping His people, and making Jesus’ love known inside and outside the walls of our meeting places. Our Mission: "Love God and Make His Love Known".
Night to Shine Gallery
See more from the amazing night!
Why Night to Shine?
It’s more than just one night.
Night to Shine celebrates the uniqueness of each individual guest by providing an unforgettable night where they are welcomed, valued and loved!
“When I was at one of the proms last year, a beautifully dressed queen of the prom was hugging me when the girl’s mom leaned over and whispered with tears in her eyes, ‘My daughter will never get married and she will never have children, but tonight you made her feel like a princess!’”
– Tim Tebow
Sharing God's Love
Night to Shine shares the joy that is found in God’s love for each and every person.
“From the moments the guests of honor reached the front door to the smiles on their faces as they were greeted and walked down the red carpet, it was obvious that the joy of the Lord was in each of their hearts.”
– Peggy Hyland, Volunteer for Christ’s Church at Mason in Ohio
Ongoing Love & Support
Following Night to Shine, we have been encouraged to see countless churches develop continued programs for people with special needs.
Through Night to Shine, we hope people with special needs realize that their church can be a place where they are loved and feel welcomed.