How are the egg hunts divided up?
Our egg hunts are divided into zones based on age. At registration, your child will get a colored wristband that coordinates with the colored zone that your child should enter. The yellow zone is for ages 0-2, the orange zone is for ages 3-4, the green zone is for ages 5-6, the blue zone is for ages 7-9, and the purple zone is for age 10-12. We do egg hunts for all zones at the same time, taking place every half hour from 1:15 p – 2:45 p.
When are the egg hunts?
The egg hunts will happen every half hour from 1:15 p – 2:45 p (1:15 p, 1:45p, 2:15p and 2:45p). This means every half hour we’ll have an egg hunt for every age group. Feel free to come for whichever egg hunt fits your schedule best since all age groups go at the same time!
What should I bring?
We recommend bringing sunscreen and a basket or bag to place eggs in. Did you forget your basket? It’s ok we will have plastic grocery bags for you to place your eggs in.
Will there be restrooms?
Yes! Public restrooms are in the corner of the Durham Central Park pavilion.
Will there be food available?
Food will be available for purchase from local Durham food trucks and vendors.
Vintage Durham Easter Service
If you are looking for an Easter Church Service to attend, Vintage Church Durham meets in Downtown Durham, in the Durham Arts Council building. We hope you’ll join us at 10:30 am as we look at the historical viability of the resurrection of Jesus Christ and hear his words of life, love, and forgiveness.
All are welcome, bring your faith and your doubt, your joy and your tears, your praise and your selfishness. During each Sunday service, we worship God through singing, teaching, taking communion, and prayer. We are committed to incorporating the word of God into every service, and every message is based on Scripture. And we are committed to developing our worship service into a vibrant place that encourages people in their spiritual journeys while turning our hearts to God.
Vintage Church Durham
120 Morris Street, Durham, NC 27701
Who We Are
Restoration church launched in downtown Durham in September of 2016. We value intentional relationships which lead to intimacy with God and intimacy with one another. Our doors are open to the curious, the critics, and the confident in faith. We are real people, working through the real problems of life and relationships, while serving our neighbors in the city of Durham and across the globe. Restoration is a high capacity and energetic church that expects a lot of our great God and the Body of Christ. So please join us, but don’t just come to Restoration, come with us as we move into the city of Durham! Our services are on Sunday mornings starting at 9:30 am. We meet at the Blue Note Grill located at 709 Washington Street.www.restorationchurch.us or follow us on Facebook and twitter @restorationdch.
Grace Park Church
Grace Park Church exists to glorify God and impact the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ! We are deeply committed to making disciples and creating environments that lead to intimacy with God, community with other believers and compassionate service to others. Join us on Sunday mornings at 10:30 am at 112 Broadway Street in Durham.
www.graceparkministries.org or follow us on twitter @GraceParkDurham