No, we don't celebrate it. This is a post on why we don't.
First, if you do a little research on the history how Halloween started, I think that would be enough to make you stop celebrating it. It's a holiday started by pagans hundreds of years ago. They put out fruit, vegetables (think pumpkins??) to keep the spirits from harming their livestock. Think of it this way: They put out treats to keep tricks away. So every time anyone person says "trick or treat" they're basically saying 'Hey spirits, should I give you a treat, or are you gonna trick me?'.
I know some of you might be saying "What's wrong with celebrating it! I mean my little sister dresses as Cinderella!" Well yes. On the surface it may seem harmless (that's the devil's specialty -- making things look harmless -- remember, the garden of Eden??), but once you do your homework on it you realize it's not that harmless.
Our church does a 'Hallelujah! Party' on the night of Halloween. We do fun games, we don't dress up, we have a sermon by our pastor, and then we give each child a bag of candy with a tract. We use this as an outreach for children who would normally go out trick-or-treating and be exposed to ungodly things, and also for an alternative for our congregation's children. No worries -- I'll post pictures of the Hallelujah Party on the 1st. (big smiles)
Have a BLESSED DAY!