Pastor Dennis Morrello said turnout has always been good, and a number of people each year give their lives to Christ or get baptized.
isn't telling where it will be.
said the message that day is culmination of a deep and hard-hitting series about the devil.
even had church members dress in devil costumes and picket in front of the church on Sunday mornings and walk through the auditorium during service as a distraction.
"We want to put a visual image of how Satan views church and God," Morrello
The signs outside talk about not attending church because it will strengthen your marriage or help you to seek God through prayer.
One of the sermons, he
said, was about working as hard as the devil.
said when you look at how the Bible describes his
characteristics -- diligent and persistent among them -- they aren't character flaws.
"Imagine if Christians worked as hard as he
"If we're going to beat the devil, we have to pull out all the stops."
But it doesn't stop at the edgy messages.
and the church have put some lofty goals for Harvest Sunday.
They want to have 667 people attend and 77 people saved.
For more information, call Morrello