Volunteers Demonstrating Easter's True Meaning

Edible Calvary


Easter began at Calvary with Jesus dying for our sins on a cross. Volunteers helping  from 1st Southern Baptist Church of Glendale organized the Easter event.


Children listened to the Veggie tales about Easter and then volunteers explained the  importance of putting our faith in Jesus as our Savior. The crafted cross 'He is Risen' is helping the children understand the concept of dying on the cross on Good Friday.


Parents and volunteers guided children in artistic talents of coloring and cutting craft projects. The Bible story illustrated the faith of the  women who shared the miracle of Jesus rising from the dead. while helping families to understand more clearly Easter's true meaning.


Event:The 'BIG Daddy' volunteers earlierly demonstrated craft skills to their children. Parents involvement in faith stories 


Kids favorite craft is always an edible craft: frosting cookies. Volunteers included: Peg Boyle,leader, Emily Hoggatt, Sharon Losey, Janet Marchbanks, and Margaret Warden.



Margaret Warden heil;ed to allocate the frosting to the eager children.

Six ladies from the First Southern Baptist Church of near Phoenix in suburbs in Glendale prepared a fabulous Easter event for the resident families. Calvary was creatively presented as a chocolate cake covered with tan coconut as dirt and green coconut as grass. Volunteers presented the Easter story of Jesus drying on the cross and rising again the third day.  Later, the children were  guided through crafts, games and frosting cross cookies.