Sunday Nights at Saylorville: Date Night

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Our next Sunday Nights at Saylorville will be Date Night on February 19th! If you’re part of the Saylorville family and you have kids, we’re providing free childcare at the church from 5:00pm-7:00pm for infants-5th grade. Light snacks will be provided for toddler-preschoolers. Free pizza will be provided for K-5th graders. Sign up your kids today and enjoy a night out kid-free!

Happy Date Night Saylorville Couples! 

Let’s face it – sometimes life gets crazy and quality time with each other gets squeezed out. Hopefully, this #SaylorvilleDateNight will give you an opportunity to reconnect with one another, even if it’s just for an hour or so. In fact, before the night is over, make plans for your next date.

Looking for something to do close to home?

  • Watch the sunset over Saylorville Dam. Be there before 5:45pm or you’ll miss it!
  • Share a basket of chips and salsa at Chilis. For a special treat, try the salsa and ranch dressing combo.
  • Get a quick workout or swim some laps together at Trail Point.
  • Hit the arcade or bowl a game at B&B Theatre.
  • Grab a few legendary breakfast tacos at Fuzzy Taco.
  • Create your new favorite ice-cream flavor at Sweet Swirls or Cold Stone Creamery.
  • Relive your college days by grabbing a slice at Leaning Tower of Pizza or Wig and Pen.
  • Stop by Main Street Cafe, Starbucks, or drive down for coffee and conversation.
  • Order a couple deadly milkshakes at Zombie Burger Shake Lab.
  • Swing through Krispy Kreme for a dozen originals. Save none for the kids.
  • Go home. Seriously. Drop your kids off and go home for few minutes of alone time!

Got a little extra time?

Some great date conversation starters:

  • When do you remember laughing with me the most?
  • What’s one time lately that I’ve made you feel great about yourself? How can I do that more often?
  • What’s a favorite memory from when we were dating? What made it so great?
  • Who was your favorite teacher in elementary school? What did you like about him or her?
  • What’s your most embarrassing memory from junior high?
  • Who is your favorite relative from my side of the family?
  • Who do you miss the most who is waiting for you in heaven?
  • Who are you most like – your father or mother? In what ways?
  • What did you want to be when you were 10 years old?
  • When did you first get that definite feeling, “God is here. He is real.”? Where were you? What were you doing?
  • What prayer have you been praying for years – and wonder how God will answer?
  • What’s your favorite Bible verse (even if you can’t remember it word perfectly)? Why?
  • What’s your favorite song that we sing in church? Why do you like it so much?
  • Name two things you want to be remembered for. How can I help you develop those two things?
  • What dream have you put on the back burner? Do you think it’ll stay there forever, or would you like to still live it out one day? How can I help?
  • What’s your idea of a perfect vacation? What would we have to do to take that vacation?

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