Operation Easter

This Easter Sunday, First Baptist Bryan invites you to join us for Operation Easter. Operation Easter is a free event for the community where 40,000 eggs filled with goodies will be dropped from a helicopter.

After the drop, all children from 6th grade down to newborn are invited to join the festivities to collect all the eggs. The field will be divided into four age-specific zones for the enjoyment and safety of everyone.

The day kicks off with our traditional service at 8:45, eggs will fly at 10:30, followed by our contemporary, Spanish and kids services at 11:15.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Operation Easter?

Operation Easter is a helicopter Easter egg drop featuring 40,000 Easter eggs. After the drop, kids are invited to join the hunt and gather all the eggs filled with candy.

Who can participate?

Operation Easter is open to all kids through the 6th grade. The field is divided into age-specific zones for the safety and enjoyment of everyone.

Where do I park?

We encourage you to arrive early to be able to park at the church. An overflow lot and shuttle will also be available at Lowe’s across the street.

Where do I go?

Operation Easter takes place on the eastern field adjacent to the church. Our greeters and volunteers at our welcome tents will gladly help guide you and your children to the correct age-specific zone.

Do you have childcare?

Childcare will be available during our worship services for children ages 5 and under. We also have a special children's service, Rooted in Worship, for kids in 1st-3rd grade during the 11:15 hour. Registration tables will be located under the awning next to the Operation Easter field.

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