Vevay UMC sets Easter events

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Everyone is invited to attend a luncheon with the Easter bunny on Saturday, March 30th, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Vevay United Methodist Church on the corner of Main and Union streets in Vevay. The Easter Bunny will have free treat bags for each child attending. Families are welcome to bring their cameras to snap pictures of their child/grandchild with the Easter Bunny.

If you forget your camera or would like the bunny helpers to take pictures of your child/grandchild with the Easter Bunny, there is a small cost of $2 per picture. (These are digital photos and take a couple minutes to process.)

Lunch is served at a cost of $2 for each adult or child and includes hot dog, chips, cookie or cupcake and a drink. Chili and cheese is available for the hot dogs at no additional cost.

The area United Methodist churches have announced their upcoming services as follows:

Maundy Thursday, March 28th, at 6 p.m. at East Enterprise United Methodist Church.

Good Friday, March 29th, at 7 p.m. at Ruter Chapel, Vevay United Methodist Church.

The community is invited to an Easter Sunrise service Sunday, March 31st, at Jennings Park, located at the corner of Market and Arch streets in Vevay, overlooking the Ohio River beginning at 7 a.m. The service will celebrate Easter through prayer, scripture, a brief message and music. In case of inclement weather the service will be held at the Vevay United Methodist Church at the corner of Main and Union streets in Vevay.

Immediately following the Sunrise Service the community is invited to the Vevay United Methodist Church for the annual United Methodist Men’s Breakfast. The men will be preparing and serving scrambled eggs, ham, toast, biscuits/gravy, juice, milk and coffee. Come early, share great fellowship, good food and watch the men work hard. There is no cost for the breakfast. Free will offerings may be accepted.

The Easter Worship service at Vevay United Methodist Church will begin at 10:30 a.m. in the sanctuary. The day’s celebration continues with music selections by the Chancel Choir, scripture readings, children’s time at the altar, and a special message delivered by Reverend Sandy Marlin will round out the service. There will be Easter lilies donated in honor or memory of loved ones decorating the sanctuary. The services are open to the public and everyone is invited to attend.