The church partners with local organizations to provide an egg hunt designed for children with disabilities.
Local families got a taste of Easter a week early as Calvary Christian Center in Ormond Beach transformed its kids center into an egg hunting wonderland on Saturday, April 13.
From pools full of Easter eggs, to tinsel trees ripe with enough eggs for the picking, Calvary Christian aimed to provide a sensory-friendly egg hunt, designed for families with children with disabilities. For the past couple of years, the church has partnered with organizations in the community to make this possible, said Anderson Bunn, administrative pastor of Calvary Christian Center, in an email.
He said the church has been told this egg hunt is one of the few things offered for children with disabilities around Easter. On April 20, the church will also be hosting a "Sense-Ational Egg Hunt" at 3917 LPGA Blvd. Over 50,000 eggs will be dropped from a helicopter into a field at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m.