Parents and Children Enjoy Easter egg Hunt at New Hope Church

Parents and Children Enjoy Easter egg Hunt at New Hope Church

By Floyd Miller

 

 

 

The sunny day brightened up the children’s happy smiles at the Easter Egg hunt the Saturday before Easter last month at New Hope Church. {{more}}Pony riders were escorted by volunteers in an area of the parking lot, and a choo choo train also gave free rides to the little ones. Hot dogs, popcorn, and drinks were free refreshments for everyone.An awesome skit called “The Wild West” was given by the church youth, and then Top Dog came along with narrator, the Children’s Pastor, Rob Bourn. Questions were asked to a few child contestants, from the audience, winning a prize if they answered the question correctly.The first question was, “When taking a bite of a chocolate bunny, most Americans would bite off the tail.” The answer was False. Rabbit earswas the correct answer. Top Dog was outside for those parents that wantedtheir children to take a photo with him.The Easter egg hunts that were held inside were separated by age groups. The toddlers hunted for eggs in the youth room escorted by their parents, and the older groups were in the main sanctuary. Parents were excited to help their children count and look at their colorful eggs afterwards. It was a fun and joyful time for all church members and volunteers.New Hope Church will have their Easter Church service the following Sunday at 10 am, and Pastor Farina always invites the community to come.