Bring your family and friends to a ‘one-of-a-kind’ church experience this weekend. Cowboy Fellowship will host its first Easter service outside in the covered facility on Sunday, March 31 at 10:45 a.m.
In case of bad weather, the service will be moved inside the church. Donuts and coffee or lemonade will be served beginning at 9:45. A nursery and children’s church will be provided for children up to age 4. Children kindergarten age-sixth grade can attend church with their family.
There will be great music from Brian & Lacey Anderson and the Cowboy Fellowship Band and an inspirational Easter message from Pastor Pete Pawelek. (See the ad in the Living section for more details, page 8B.)
The community is also invited to celebrate the Easter season at the Community Egg Hunt sponsored by Cow- boy Fellowship. The event will be held at the Jourdanton City Park on Friday, March 29. Hunting will start at 6:30 p.m. Children should bring their own Easter basket or egg container and be accompanied by a parent. The Easter Egg Hunt is a free event.
This gigantic Easter Egg Hunt is for the entire county. There will be over 20,000 eggs to find and lots of fun for kids up to 10 years of age. This year’s hunt will have a family theme. Families will be able to hunt together and find the eggs in a scavenger hunt format. Plan to make it a new tradition with your family.
Be at the park by 6:30 p.m. and stay until all the eggs are found at 7:30 p.m. on March 29. Every child will go home with lots of candy and a new understanding of the Easter season.
Cowboy Fellowship wishes everyone a safe, happy Easter season.