This event was student ministry wide, and it was AMAZING! You don't need to be a Star Wars nerd to have appreciated "May the 4th be with You". This night was very visitor friendly. We encouraged our students to bring their friends because the intention of this event was to present the gospel at the end of the night. For this particular event, we had middle school vs. high school as a theme the whole night. The middle school represented the light side (or rebels), and the high schoolers were the empire for the night. We started off the night with a Star Wars crawl, with a story line we made up to explain why the middle schoolers and high schoolers were battling against each other (which they LOVED). Following that & some very light worship, we brought out Darth Vader and his storm troopers to intimidate the crowd and to basically be awesome! After that we had multiple games for all the students to play including Star Wars trivia Kahoot, Save Han Solo, Blaster Shoot Off, & a Light Saber Dual. The whole entire night we gave out points for winning the games, how many people were dressed up, & for bringing visitors. To bring the visitors-we were giving away a free hover board. To keep the kids engaged all night in the competition-the winning side (middle or high) was the only side that got their names put in the raffle to win the hover board. After the excitement & give-aways, we presented the gospel & watched 4 students come to know Christ! Which was obviously THE BEST PART. All in all, I would give Star Wars Night a 10/10.