The non-denominational Calvary Fellowship Church, which meets at Conard High School, expects hundreds will hunt for 20,000 Easter eggs following Easter Sunday services.
Submitted by Crystal Hall, Communications Director, Calvary Fellowship
Hope is Alive this Easter! Calvary Fellowship, a non-denominational church in West Hartford, is gearing up for its largest egg hunt ever! The church will scatter 20,000 eggs to be split between two Sunday morning Easter services on April 1.
“While the hunt brings excitement for the kids, what’s more exciting is the holiday itself. The Easter message is one of hope when all hope seems lost,” said Bill LaMorey, lead pastor of Calvary Fellowship. “We know the Easter message will encourage people and bring hope and renewal into their lives.”
The day begins with two services, one at 8:30 a.m., and the other 11 a.m.; following each service will be an Easter egg hunt which will happen rain or shine. Prior to the hunt children will decorate a complimentary bag in which they will use to collect their eggs. An expected attendance of 1,200 adults and 400 kids will celebrate Easter at the church.
Calvary Fellowship meets Sundays at 10 a.m. at Conard High School, 110 Beechwood Road, West Hartford. The church sees a weekly attendance of 500-600 people and features contemporary music and offers relevant biblical teaching and fun Bible classes for children. While Calvary Fellowship may be casual in style, the church is serious about faith.
To participate in the Easter egg hunt, registration is required. Registration takes place before each service that morning. For more information on the Easter service, egg hunt, or directions visit www.calvaryhartford.com.
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