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Easter Egg Hunt Spells Fun At Church of the Nazarene

Children had little difficulty in their searching for Easter eggs at the Hurricane First Church of the Nazarene event.

Children had a blast searching for eggs during an Easter egg hunt hosted by the Hurricane First Church of the Nazarene on Saturday, March 16. After a brief devotional, participants were turned loose in two fields filled with over 3,000 eggs. Each egg contained a prize, such as little toys, accessories, and stickers.

After the egg hunt, families enjoyed making s’mores over a campfire, playing gaga ball, and exploring an inflatable obstacle course. The event was open to the community and all were welcome to attend, even if they were not regular attendees at Hurricane First Church of the Nazarene. The church welcomed all newcomers to come back and attend services, as well as participate in their undersea-themed Vacation Bible School which will be held this summer.

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