Easter Egg Hunt

The annual Easter Egg Hunt for the children is fun and funny! You will be surprised to watch some children actually dig for the eggs – even if they have been hidden in plain sight. And did you know that squirrels grab the eggs too? Yes! I don’t know how many we have observed sitting in the branches trying to crack open a plastic egg. They love them just about as much as the children do!

In any case, in order for us to watch this annual crazy race, please bring in plastic eggs filled with either candy or small change – you get to pick – before worship on Easter! We will need a few volunteers for the hiding part. The children (and the squirrels) provide the rest of the entertainment! And families – don’t forget to bring a bag or basket for the eggs.

About Susan Kramer-Mills

Susan Kramer-Mills' journey as a pastor has led her to a variety of places. Before attending McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago she was a Volunteer-in-Mission for two years West Berlin, Germany. After returning to the United States and graduating from seminary, she returned with her husband Hartmut to Germany. From 1990 to 1992 she was campus chaplain and registrar at Naumburg Seminary in former East Germany. With the closing of the seminary she assumed the pastorate for the yoked congregations of Stoessen, Goerschen and Rathewitz in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. At the same time she taught Religious Instruction at two public elementary schools until 1998. During this time she was assigned six additional congregations to the original three. In 1998, she received a call as Associate Pastor to Trinity Presbyterian Church in East Brunswick, New Jersey. She served in that position until 2000, when she and her husband accepted a call as co-pastors to First Reformed Church in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Since April 1, 2004, Rev. Kramer-Mills has also been working part-time as Classis Minister to the Classis of New Brunswick.
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