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, the Friday before Valentine’s Day, churches from around the world come together to host Night to Shine in their communities for thousands of people with special needs. This past February, 721 churches from all 50 states and 34 countries came together with 215,000 volunteers to celebrate 110,000 honored guests with special needs.
This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Night to Shine 2021 will be a virtual experience and we are excited to serve and celebrate as many people with special needs as possible in this new and unique way!
About Mt. Carmel PFWB Church
Upon its organization in 1932, our Church was a community, family oriented group of people. As we continue to reach out in an effort to bring others in, we hope to see continued growth. With God’s help and under the guidance of all of our very able pastors throughout the years, we have been quite busy making improvements to our Church property for the up-building of God’s Kingdom. We rejoice in the progress that has been made and with His help, will continue to work for Him until His return.
Why Night to Shine?
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
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.
Frequently Asked Questions
What activities are provided at Night to Shine?
The 2021 Night to Shine Virtual Experience will include music, dancing, messages from special guests and more!
When is the next Night to Shine event?
Friday, February 12, 2021
Where is the event being hosted?
The 2021 Night to Shine will be a virtual event and will be hosted around the globe by hundreds of churches. To find a host church near you, please visit
You may register as a guest or volunteer for the Night to Shine Virtual Experience by contacting your local church.
Who can attend Night to Shine?
Night to Shine is open to anyone with special needs, ages 14 and older.
When will I be able to register to attend Night to Shine 2021?
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When will I be able to register to volunteer for Night to Shine 2021?
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What should I wear?
Even though the 2021 Night to Shine will be virtual, we still encourage you to dress up if you would like to! If you do dress up, be sure to send us a picture of your outfit! Please email your photos to < Church Insert Email> or if you post on social media, please be sure to include #NightToShine and #< YourChurchHashtag >
What positions can I volunteer for?
Volunteers will be able to serve in some of the following ways: Gift Delivery, Gift Packing, Encouraging Note Writer, Prayer and Tech Support.
For any other questions, please contact:
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