INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Church of Act wanted to incorporate all the messages of Easter, giving, generosity and thoughtfulness in an Easter basket on this Holy Day.
The Church of Act gave out around 300 baskets to kids. Some of the children wouldn't otherwise get a basket this holiday without help.
The church also worked busses to get residents from nearby apartments and halfway houses to come to the service to celebrate Easter Sunday.
"In our heart is that no kid in our community goes without an Easter basket," said youth pastor Sheri Gable.
"It means a lot because it means that people want us to get stuff because we don't know how good we have it, and some people don't have anything," Brock Jenkins said when he received his basket.
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