Color and joy of the season
The church’s traditional Egg Hunt and Activities on the day before Easter once again brought together children from the church and community to unleash pent-up energy from a long winter and gather the promise of brighter things to come.
There was an egg hunt throughout the sanctuary and Fellowship Hall, egg coloring, cutout Easter basket creations, mural-painting, the transferring of colorful designs from silk ties to eggs, other arts and crafts, the planting of seeds in small containers of soil and, of course, the grand finale of the breaking of a pinata.
There was something for all interests and the children seemed to have an interest in just about all.
There even was a visit from a six-foot Easter Bunny who had the rare opportunity to meet a bunny of a more routine size. Janet Mageles of the World of Wonders Nursery School was gracious enough to bring one of the “live” bunnies from her classroom.
The gathering was once again a success because of the help and contributions from many parents and adults. Thank you also to everyone who contributed donations during last Sunday’s offering to help purchase the candy used throughout Saturday’s activities.
Click here for more images of the Easter Egg Hunt and Activities: