Easter Egg Hunts

  • Sisi Zhang and her daughter, Emma Miao, wait in line for face painting.

  • Randy and Teresa Belles brought their grandchildren.

  • Isabella Kendrick starts hunting.

  • Suguru Fujii shows off his basket.

  • Polina Popova found many eggs.

  • Jasmine Ball and daughter, Trinity.

  • Ivy Crook, 6, with golden egg

  • Emmie Kate Ingram, 3

  • Barrett Sinclair, 6, and brother, Wade, 4

  • Micah Wong, 3

  • Ted Crook, 2

  • Katie Hammond, 9, with golden egg

  • Beatrice Barnett, age 4, shows off two golden eggs she found during Concord United Methodist Church’s annual Easter Egg Hunt Sunday, April 2, on church grounds.

  • Kincaid Bragg, 24 months, checks out what’s inside her egg during an Easter egg hunt at Christ Covenant Church, 12915 Kingston Pike, Sunday, April 2, where about 50 children took part.

Despite strong storms blowing through earlier in the day, the sun was shining when First Farragut United Methodist Church hosted an Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, April 1, along with games and face painting for eager little ones.

Christ Covenant Church PCA’s Children’s Ministry invited children ages 1 through fifth grade to take part in its Easter egg hunt on church grounds, 12915 Kingston Pike, Sunday, April 2.

A warm, sunny day greeted about 50 children, along with their parents, at the event.

Along with searching for eggs, children enjoyed crafts, story time and treats. While some eggs held candy, the “golden eggs” — found by only a few — held some currency.

FFUMC photos by Michelle Hollenhead

Christ Covenant photos by Tammy Cheek