Religions and Spirituality

East Brunswick Assembly of God Church Hosts Color Fun Run

Start training for East Brunswick's first color run! Credits: eventbrite

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - East Brunswick will host its first "Color Fun Run" to support missionary activities that address social injustices and poverty around the world.  The Lighthouse Christian Fellowship of East Brunswick will sponsor the fundraising event, hoping to address worldwide human rights needs.  The Color Run, also known as the Happiest 5k on the Planet, is a unique paint race that celebrates healthiness, happiness, and individuality.  A Color Run is a unique 3.1-mile (5K) fun run/walk that is focused less on speed, and more on crazy color fun with family and friends.

Says East Brunswick Councilman Sterley Stanley, "Come join me and my family and friends for the first annual East Brunswick Color Fun Run. We will be running to help raise money and awareness to help the Speed The Light organization which supports missionaries who work with sex trafficking victims, refugees, and the disadvantaged." 

There is a  donation of $27 required to to participate in the event. Registration deadline is Monday, May 29th. Organizers will order T-shirts and the color packets for each participant.

For information, contact Pastor Dave at 732 422-7065.

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