Hundreds of children headed to a Fall Fest in Charleston this weekend.It was happening at the Charleston Pentecostal Church. They invited kids to come in costume, and trick-or-treat indoors.And after all that candy, the kids had the opportunity to run through a room-size fun maze, and take a turn in the bounce house.While the weather cooperated, they also had a hayride outside. Organizers say their fall fest has just been getting bigger every year.”It’s been really good. We have our highest numbers ever so far this year. It’s our third year. Last night, we had close to 200 children and a lot of different families coming though the doors,” says Kelley Bean, a youth pastor at the church.The Fall Fest was free for kids ages two through grade 6.During the event the church was also raising money for their local food pantry, to provide area families with Thanksgiving meals.