Nothing says "fall" like a big, orange pumpkin! Just in time for decorating, the Pumpkin Patch is open at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Sulphur.

According to their website, the event has been growing since 1994.

The Navajo Indians of the Four Corners area of New Mexico raise pumpkins and deliver them to churches across the country for fund-raising projects. Peggy Raish read about their work and contacted the Navajos for the youth group at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.

The youth group has help from the parishioners of Holy Trinity, and the proceeds from the sale go to fund charitable projects that benefit women, children, and the needy in the community.

The Pumpkin Patch features pumpkins of all sizes. Visitors can also enjoy games

, face-painting, take photos, and just enjoy spending time with family. Plan you trip to Sulphur to visit "The Pumpkin Church" before the Patch closes on October 31st.