Help Make Our Easter Egg Hunt a Success
You can help make our Easter Egg Hunt a success by donating prizes! Please bring your donation and put it in the labeled box in Crary Hall by Wednesday, March 28. We need individually wrapped candy, fruit snacks, or granola bars; small items such as Hot Wheels or other vehicles, yo-yos, puzzles or other games, figurines or small stuffed animals, bubbles, picture books, joke/riddle/puzzle books or Mad Libs, craft or school supplies, such as erasers, crayons, pens/pencils, rulers, notepads/Post-It Notes, stickers, Playdough/clay/putty, or coloring books. Please NO Easter eggs or Easter grass.
If you would like to help with the Easter Egg Hunt please contact Allison at Allison@gsolympia.org.
We Need Your Help with the Easter Brunch
Easter Brunch is fast approaching! Please look in the Narthex for a sign-up sheet with a list of donation items. Please have them to the church by the March 29. Thank you!
Help Set Up for Easter!
We need your help! Saturday March 31 beginning at 9:30 a.m.
- Set up and decorate the Gathering Place for Easter Breakfast
- Set up the Narthex and Sanctuary for Sunday morning
- Set up the Egg Redemption Center in Crary Hall
- Prep and cook food for Easter Breakfast
Flowers Needed for Easter Sunday Procession and Cross
During the season of Lent, the trunk of our Christmas tree is formed into a cross. On Easter morning, members are encouraged to bring cut flowers and greenery to decorate our cross, transforming it from a drab, dark symbol of Christ’s death to a glorious, joyful symbol of His Resurrection. You are also encouraged to bring in small flowering plants that the children can carry as they process in during the opening hymn. They will leave their plants around the altar. 6” flowering plants can be left on the table in the Narthex on Saturday or Sunday morning. The plants will be used again at the 11:00 service. There can be no more uplifting image of God’s grace in Jesus than the image of a precious child of God, face rapt and eyes shining with joy, placing a beautiful flower at the foot of the altar.