Raleigh Easter
March 26 – 10a-2p
Halifax Mall
423 N. Wilmington Street
Get directions here.

On March 26, 2016, the 9th Annual Raleigh Easter celebration will hold the largest Easter egg hunt in Raleigh with seven hunt times and 50,000 eggs! Egg hunts will begin at 10a, and will be open to all children, infants through 12-years-old. Egg hunts will be held every half-hour until 1:30p and will be divided into age specific groups. Egg hunts will be accompanied by inflatable games, prizes, and free balloons. You can check out past Raleigh Easter egg hunts here.



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 pink zone is for ages 0-3, the orange zone is for ages 4-6, the green zone is for ages 7-9, and the blue zone is for ages 10-12. We do egg hunts for all zones at the same time, taking place every half hour between 10a-1p.

When are the egg hunts?
The egg hunts will happen every half hour from 10a-1p (10:00a, 10:30a, 11:00a, 11:30a, 12:00p, 12:30p, 1:00p). 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. Water will be available for free.

Is there an egg hunt for kids with special needs?
Yes! We have a egg hunt zone specifically for kids with special needs and the egg hunts will happen along with the other age group divided zones, so every half hour.

Will there be restrooms?
Yes! We will have porta-johns located on site for public use.

What safety measures will be present during the event?
We will have off-duty Raleigh police officers present as well as a volunteer team whose specific job is to ensure the safety of all parties involved.

Will there be first aid care available?
Yes! First Aid care will be available at our Info Tent by an on-site paramedic.

Raleigh Easter, Day Two

For the past 13 years, Vintage Church has been a vibrant part of this incredible city. We meet in three locations in Downtown Raleigh, Midtown, and Downtown Durham. We hope you’ll join us for Day Two of Raleigh Easter, Sunday, March 27 as we look at the historical viability of the resurrection of Jesus Christ and hear his words of life, love, and forgiveness.

Vintage Church Downtown
9:00a / 11:30a / 5:00p
118 S. Person Street, Raleigh, NC 27601

Vintage Church Midtown
5500 Dixon Drive, Raleigh, NC 27609

Vintage Church Durham
120 Morris Street, Durham, NC 27701

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Who We Are

Vintage Church is a church of doubters, seekers, and followers who are learning to follow and worship Jesus Christ. All are welcome with no prerequisite of church background or prior belief. Bring your faith and your doubt, your joy and your tears, your praise and your selfishness. As a church, we want to emulate Jesus’ call in Matthew 11:28 for all to come to him.

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 will be 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.

Wear whatever you want, bring your coffee if you want, and spend time with us. Many people think of church as an hour on Sundays, but we hope Vintage will be the starting point of your worship of and a relationship with Jesus.

At each of our Sunday services, we have Vintage Kids to provide a safe, loving, engaging place for kids while parents participate and invest in our worship gathering. Vintage Kids is for all children, ages six weeks through fifth grade.

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