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The 24/7 Generation Church, The Country Church's youth ministry, hosted the huge May 4 event

COURTESY PHOTO: JESY BENOIT PHOTOGRAPHY - Japheth Fuentes dances during the dance-off.Limitless, the 5th annual free community event, gathered over 600 young people at The Country Church Molalla. Saturday, May 4th, also known as Star Wars day (May the Fourth be with you), brought the perfect sunny weather. People from Medford, Newberg, and as far as Kansas joined Molalla and its surrounding communities to experience the event.

Limitless was orchestrated by the 24/7 Generation Church, the youth ministry of The Country Church. Although the price tag to host is great, it is completely free to attend. The mission of this event is to offer something unique, and inspirational that gathers teens from our local communities who otherwise might never be able to attend, or afford a youth event like Limitless One Night. COURTESY PHOTO: JESY BENOIT PHOTOGRAPHY - Pictured is the 24/7 Generation Church leadership team who organized the Limitless youth event.

This was a community effort that brought together the support and involvement of several local churches: The Country Church, Molalla Church of the Nazarene, Foothills, and many more.

There were many exciting and interactive things to do to occupy these middle school, high school and college-aged students. There was a 3 on 3 basketball tournament, a dance off, free dinner (walking tacos), giveaways, a choreographed drama performance from 24/7 GC, and a flash mob performance by the Molalla Church of the Nazarene. Also included was gaga ball, music, a guest speaker, Xbox gaming, and much more.

According to event organizers, The Country Church looks forward to hosting next year's Limitless.

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