TOLEDO (WTOL) - Easter is the time of the year you want to put all your eggs in one basket.

That was the case Friday night at Cornerstone Church in east Toledo. It was the fifth annual Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt. Cornerstone invited all the neighborhood kids over for some egg-citement.

Small groups had one minute to move in and move out of a small room covered with eggs.

The kids were egg-stremely happy with their egg-ceptional take.

“I got more than 50”, said Kamya Green.

“About thirty," added Antonio Jackson

Cornerstone hosted hunts Friday night on its five campuses. Egg-actly 10,000 eggs were snatched up.

Church leaders hope this egg-stra special Easter event will bring more families in to worship at Sunday services.

“We’re the outside the box church. We like to engage our community in an outside the box way and get to connect with them and provide something fun for them to do,” according to Pastor Blake Elder.

And the kids who who attended were very egg-ceptional. They believe in the gift of giving.

“Probably giving them to my sister,” said Kamya.

Anthony Jackson said he plans to share his findings with his family.

The Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt; an event for kids that always makes Easter egg-stra special.