Church to Drop 5,000 Eggs from Helicopter for Egg Hunt

Event takes place Sunday at 10 a.m. You've got to register to attend.

Register now for the Egg Hunt scheduled for Sunday. Photo courtesy of Impact Church
Register now for the Egg Hunt scheduled for Sunday. Photo courtesy of Impact Church
On Sunday it’s going to rain… eggs! At 10 a.m. on Northern Virginia Community College’s Manassas campus, Impact Church is hosting it’s second Annual Helicopter Egg Drop.

The Centreville church will drop 5,000 plastic, candy-filled eggs from a helicopter on to a field near the Manassas Battlefields. Once the helicopter has cleared, children will be allowed to storm the field to collect eggs.

Parents must register children online by visiting impactchurchnova.com. Due to safety purposes, this event is limited to the first 500 guests who register. Children 3 years old through 6th grade are eligible to participate, and there will be two prize eggs per age group.

Immediately following the event, all are invited to stay after the Egg Drop for a community-wide Palm Sunday Worship Service. Childcare will be provided during the service.

Brandon K. Hembree, the pastor of Impact Church, says: “We are very excited to host this event for it’s second year in a row. We are a church focused on serving the community, and we hope this will reach many people during the Easter season.”

Pastor Hembree adds that spots are filling up quickly, and not to miss your chance to join this exciting day. Impact Church is a new church that meets at Colin Powell Elementary School in Centreville. They gather together every Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. and offer Kids Ministry every week for ages 3 to 6th grade.


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