Easter Eggs


For 30 years First Presbyterian Church has been famous for its chocolate covered peanut butter and coconut Easter Eggs.  For seven weeks a volunteer crew of church members and friends from throughout the community gather to mix, mold, dip and wrap eggs. Browse the photo galleries below to see them in action.

Throughout the years the community has supported the church’s egg ministry in many ways. Various businesses, restaurants, and professional offices help by displaying and selling the eggs. Other community members come and work diligently along with our members. To read about how it all started click here.

We thank all of those who have had some part in making this a successful ministry.  Each of you are important to us – if you helped make, helped sell, bought or simply gave moral support – you are appreciated.

Each year First Presbyterian Egg Ministry has offered financial support to various charities and endeavors in the community. In the past we have provided support to: Kernersville Police Department's Camp for Kids, Kernersville Fire Department's Safety Seat Program, Crisis Control, Next Step Ministries, Kernersville Local Schools Student Needs Program, Kernersville Library for Children's Books, Kernersville Police Department's Christmas Shop With a Cop Program, Shepherd's Center, and First Tee of the Triad -- Teaching Youth Core Values thru Golf. In addition, the Egg Ministry provides support for First Presbyterian's Scholarship Fund and Youth Mission activities.

Click on the following links to read about the history of the Egg Ministry and view photos from prior year's activity.


History of First Presbyterian's Easter Eggs

2011 Our State Magazine Article

2017 Egg Makers

2017 Community Presentation

2017 Egg Poem by Ellen Watts

2018 Egg Poem by Ellen Watts

2018 Egg Makers -- Gallery 1

2018 Egg Makers -- Gallery 2

2018 Community Presentation

2019 An Easter Ballad

2019 Egg Makers

2019 Community Presentation

2019 Community Presentation Photo Gallery

2022 Egg Makers

2022 Easter Eggs Poem