EDMONDS, Wash. (KIRO) -- The Seahawks' run to the Super Bowl is thrilling fans, but it's also forcing some changes in plans.
At North Sound Church in Edmonds, it's not tough to tell the congregation is football-friendly. So the church is making some adjustments for the Super Bowl.
"We have normally three services," Allan Skoog, director of worship and outreach. "We're going to two services."
"For the first service, they're getting eggs and sausage and then in the second one they're getting hot dogs and potato salad," Skoog said.
The church will shoot Skittles and Seahawks gear from an air-powered cannon. For the sermon, the church will use a video testimonial from Russell Wilson on his faith.
It's not the only church getting in on the game. Quest Church in Ballard will be showing the Super Bowl.
So will Cinebarre movie theater for certain customers in a special event.
The Seattle Center Armory will also open its doors to show the game for free.
In Capitol Hill, Children's Film Festival Director Liz Shepherd is moving three films and closing ceremonies from next Sunday to Saturday, Feb. 8.
"We had to huddle and decide what we were going to do to change our game plan," Shepherd said.
The Seattle Boat Show at Century Link Field is ending a day early. Fans said it makes sense.
"I don't see why not!" Chad Knox said. "[We] gotta support our team!"