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Recollecting Our Church's Egg Hunt Celebration

May 2024
Recollecting Our Church's Egg Hunt Celebration

Every year Atlanta Tamil Church hosts its Annual Egg Hunt and this year its promisingly special because it nestled within the serene grounds of our church. Events at the Easter egg hunt on March 30th brought together the community in a celebration of faith, love, and joy.

It was a lively and cheerful afternoon, as families gathered while children eagerly clutching their baskets waiting for the hunt ahead as nearly 2000 eggs stay await. 


The Bouncy House

The scene is high-spirited, as the eye-catching bouncy house sway gently with kids bouncing around and their giggles resonating. Every bounce created a joyful atmosphere that lifted up everyone's spirits. Parents watch on, enjoying the view of their little ones rejoicing in amusement. It's a snapshot of carefree delight. It's a sight that makes anyone's face smile.




Egg Hunt

The anticipation reached a crescendo when the countdown began, and the hunt was underway. Laughter surrounded the place as the hunters collected brightly colored eggs, each with a tiny treasure waiting to be unearthed, packed with surprises that sparked excitement and there was satisfaction with every discovery.

Scavenger Hunt

In a world often bound by routine, there's an indescribable allure to the unexpected, the thrilling, and the adventurous. Adults were on a quest of their own –teams of adults put forth their unique blend of skills and strategies, ready to tackle whatever obstacles come their way, to unravel the mystery bounty.

Face Painting and Nail Art

As the day progressed, Face Painting and Nail Art booths buzzed, drawing crowds of children to get a makeover from the vibrant hub of designs. Truly, it had been a chance to express themselves, connect with others, and celebrate the beauty of creativity in all its forms.











South Indian Delicacies

The fun is not over yet since the aroma of hot and tasty Indian culinary delights filled the air from the food stalls. We saw laughter and stories being shared over plates of delicious sweets and savories while strangers became friends.

This event turned out to be more than just a hunt for eggs. It was the bliss of springtime and a festival of togetherness. And as the place fell silent once more, it was clear that the spirit of Easter had left its mark on all who had participated, filling their hearts with the promise of new beginnings.

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