Night to Shine FAQs

When does registration open?

Registration for Attendees and Volunteers opens on December 1.

What is Night to Shine Midlands?

Night to Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs, ages 14 and older. This is the fourth year of this worldwide movement sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation.

When is the Night to Shine Midlands?

Night to Shine Midlands will be Friday, February 12th, 2021, with a paparazzi drive thru between 4-6pm at Mt. Horeb UMC, followed by a virtual event to be viewed at home.

Where is Night to Shine Midlands?

Night to Shine Midlands will be held at Mt. Horeb UMC:

1205 Old Cherokee Rd.
Lexington, SC 29072

What positions can I volunteer for?

Paparazzi Team

Due to Covid-19 and it’s restrictions, we will only have paparazzi volunteer positions available this year. All 2021 volunteers must have previously served at Mt. Horeb UMC at NTS in years past. We will not be able to have any large volunteer training sessions for NTS 2021. This year NTS 2021 paparazzi will lineup all around Mt. Horeb UMC for our “Shine Thru” drive thru from 4-6pm on 2/12/2021 prior to watching the virtual NTS 2021 in the safety of their own homes. We will cheer them on like they are on the red carpet as they are driven thru. We will have a few “Special Guests” and a gift bag for each attendee. Volunteers are asked to wear their NTS t’shirt from last year.

Is this a Christian event?

This event is open to all people with special needs and all qualified volunteers. It is sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, a Christian organization and is being hosted at area churches.