LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - It's that time of year again when kids fill their baskets full of Easter eggs.
Close to 2,000 people came out to the First Assembly of God Church in Lafayette on Saturday for the annual Easter celebration.
Not only was there an Easter egg hunt, but the parking lot was full of other activities for kids.
While this isn't the biggest turnout church members have seen, Pastor Robby Bradford said it's all about celebrating the true meaning of Easter.
"We are a church that is open to our community and reaching out to the people in our community in a way they can grasp, they can understand, and we can hopefully build a relationship with them," said Bradford. "Our goal, of course, is to see them touched and changed by God's love."
In addition to the Easter egg hunt, the church also raffled off prizes. Some of those prizes included several iPads.
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