After a two year hiatus due to the pandemic, Easter Cracked once again returned to the church building!
‘Easter Cracked’, in conjunction with MK Bridgebuilder Trust, aims to share the real meaning of Easter with local schoolchildren through a mixture of interactive presentations, craft and puzzles.
This year, Easter Cracked was marked by a great series of eggs-citing Easter presentations, with 191 pupils and staff from five local schools taking part. Normally Easter Cracked takes place in the Church Centre, so it was a great that, for the first time, Easter Cracked was taken out of the Church Centre and performed in Bow Brickhill Church of England Primary School.
Below are some images on how it went. Many thanks to the amazing Easter Cracked team and volunteers who made it all possible!