The Easter Bunny was in Cadillac on Saturday.
Usually the LifeHouse Meeting of God Church gathers to have fun Easter, however this 12 months it regarded just a little completely different.
Volunteer, Kenda Miller says, “It looks like we haven’t been capable of do one thing like this in so lengthy. It’s nonetheless restricted, clearly we’re doing it one of the best ways we will.”
Yearly volunteers at LifeHouse sometimes disguise 15,000 eggs for native kids to seek out.
Miller says, “We normally have an annual Easter Egg Extravaganza and it’s a reasonably large occasion the place we see hundred of households and this 12 months we’re simply not ready to do this.”
As an alternative, this 12 months they held an Easter drive via with completely different station to cease at for an exercise.
That they had video games and this 12 months they threw in one thing new, a juggler.
Deacon, Joel Mason, says it was vital for the Church to nonetheless go huge for Easter weekend.
“With the uncertainty that goes on with this COVID that we’ve had for the final 12 months we positively needed to have the ability to serve the group,” says Mason. “We’re simply grateful that we’re ready to do that with all the volunteers and the individuals which can be coming right here.”
He provides that Saturday was about getting out and spending time with liked one.
Mason says, “That is what we need to do right here at this time, is have the ability to share just a little like to the kids. Not simply preserve it inside these 4 partitions, however having it exterior and sharing it with the group.”
LifeHouse Meeting of God says Saturday impressed them to need to do extra occasions like this sooner or later.