Pandemic Neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt

Thanks to Rev. Elsa Cook for yet another Great Idea!

Rev. Cook reminds us that, “Worship is not the only thing that adds flavor to congregational life. We are nourished by times of fellowship and times of service.” She therefore offers this recipe for a Socially-Distanced Neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt.

She suggests finding free Easter Egg coloring sheets online – simpler ones for Littles and/or fancier for those looking for something more complex. [With appropriate introductions, coloring these Easter Eggs can become a contemplative practice!]

Once colored, the Easter Eggs can be hung in windows to create a “hunt” for all ages. Cook suggests various ways to make this happen, depending on your context.

[The hunt can certainly be just for fun, but you can turn it, too, into a contemplative practice! Find suggestions and inspirations that can be easily modified here.]

Read Rev. Cook’s whole post here.

Share some Easter joy and hope with your whole neighborhood with this simple and engaging project!