With everything that has been going on, it’s almost easy to forget that this week is Easter! But don’t forget! There is a lot going on this weekend and I’d love to bump into you fine folks downtown! Our church is hosting a ridiculously giant and awesome Easter Egg Hunt in Moore Square on Saturday AND on Sunday, we are having a blowout celebration at the Church to celebrate Jesus’ Resurrection! Can’t forget about that part now can we??? SO here is the info and I hope to see you out 🙂 – ps Jerry and I will be in the band so pick any service, we’ll be at all 3 !!
Raleigh’s biggest and best Easter Egg Hunt will take place at Moore Square Park in downtown Raleigh on Saturday, March 22, 2008. There will be 4,000 eggs for kids to find- everyone will walk away with treats! The Egg Hunt will start promptly at 11:00 am, but the fun begins at 10:30. Bring family, friends, and every kid you know! When you arrive, look for the large tent marked “Raleigh Easter” and volunteers sporting Raleigh Easter t-shirts. There will be music and balloons, and we’ll keep you posted with a countdown to the best Easter Egg Hunt in Raleigh!
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Parking is available on each border of Moore Square Park. In addition, these parking decks are convenient and close:
125 Hargett St Parking Lot 12 125 E Hargett St (501 feet NW)
Wilmington St. Station Deck – Blount St. Entrance S Blount St (512 feet NW)
Moore Square Parking Deck 233 S Wilmington St (535 feet W)
City Market Parking Lot 228 E Martin St (545 feet SE)
Raleigh Easter continues Sunday, March 23rd with 3 Services at Vintage21 Church. V21 Kids, the energetic and fun kid’s program at Vintage21, is held during the 9:30 and 11:30 am services. Parking is available at both morning services directly next to the building and across Hargett Street- keep an eye out for the friendly V21 Parking Team.
For more information about the service at Vintage21 Church, here are some helpful links:
- What To Expect at Vintage21
- V21 Kids
- History of Vintage21 Church
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