Church sets Easter activities, hopes to reach lapsed Christians


Parents and children collect Easter eggs on the recreational field at last year's Easter Sunday event at Twin Hills Park. Mosaic Church invites the community to this year's Easter event on April 20 at Twin Hills Park.

Special to the News Bulletin
Published: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 03:00 AM.

CRESTVIEW — Bounce houses, face painting, train rides and an Easter egg hunt are in store for children who attend Easter at Twin Hills Park on April 20.

Allactivities, set for the park's recreational field and tennis courts, follow a 10 a.m. worship service including children's ministry, Mosaic Church Pastor James Ross said.

"The sermon's (focus) is that God is greater than us," he said.

The event, presented by church volunteers, is free and includes lunch catered by The Wild Olive.

Ross said he hopes to reach those who rarely attend church functions.   

"(We hope) that something we say or do resonates with them and they understand that God is a lot more than Easter Sunday," he said. 


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