Easter Egg Hunt at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Easter Egg Hunt at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
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It may not have been a “normal” Easter holiday this year (what’s normal these days anyway?), but the Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church hosted a fun Easter Egg hunt on Saturday, organized by Deb Allen and Wendy Warren.

About 36 (masked) kids and their (masked) families showed up to hunt for colorful Easter eggs on the church lawn. The kids were divided into two groups, with the younger kids on the lawn in front of the church and the older kids on the side lawn.

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The following day on Easter Sunday, the church returned to in-person service, with 32 parishioners attending, following Covid-19 protocols of masks and social distancing. Check out a video of the service on the church’s Facebook page.

Here are a few photos of the happy Easter Egg Hunt…

Easter Egg Hunt at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Easter Egg Hunt at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Easter Egg Hunt at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Easter Egg Hunt at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Easter Egg Hunt at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Easter Egg Hunt at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Easter Egg Hunt at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Easter Egg Hunt at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Easter Egg Hunt at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo
Easter Egg Hunt at Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church | Jane Boursaw Photo

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