NORWAY, Mich. (WLUC) - Monday is officially the first day of fall, but some people in Norway, Mich. got a little bit of a head start on Sunday at the Living Hope Community Bible Church Corn Maze.
The idea for the maze started three years ago and since then it has attracted thousands.
The corn maze also features a pumpkin patch, hay rides, Bible readings, and apple cider.
The community is encouraged to come, since all of the activities are free and open to the public.
Living Hope’s Worship Leader, Erik Wilson, said the maze is a great way to not only celebrate fall, but to bring the community together.
"I know that we've all enjoyed fall activities around here. There's a lot of other activities, but there's not a lot of free things available for the community. So, you know, it seemed like a great thing for our church to do. It just seemed like a good fit,” Wilson said.
While the maze is free, donations are highly encouraged.
All donations from the maze go to “Destiny Rescue” which helps save children from human trafficking.
The maze will be open from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. for the next two weekends.