Sunday Worship (School Year)

9:30-10:45AM Traditional | 11:00AM-12:15PM Contemporary
Sunday Worship (Summer)

10:00-11:15AM (Memorial Day weekend through July 31st)
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Summer’s a slower, quieter time around here, so we’re gathering everyone together in one service for summer worship!

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Reading through the Bible is certainly a challenge, but one worth taking on. The Discipleship Journal Reading Plan is a good aide, and one a group of us are using here at ECC.

In addition to the reading, we are posting periodic, very brief reflections on our readings. You can follow along read the reflections here.

Here at ECC we are about the redeeming grace and transforming truth of Jesus Christ. It really is at the center of everything we do here. Listen as Pastor Bob Whitaker explains why you should come worship with us.

Sunday Worship (School Year): Traditional (9:30am), Contemporary (11:00am).

Summer Worship: 10:00am.


Latest Sermons

Sojourners — Bob Whitaker (13 May 2018)

Hebrews 11:8-16. The book of Hebrews paints a picture of life for those who are Christ-followers. We are sojourners, aliens, exiles, foreigners, strangers traveling toward home. Though we live here now, this world is not our home because God has prepared a city for us – we are constantly on our way home.

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Reflections From Daily Reading

Reflection on Daily Reading, April 24th

I haven’t posted a reflection in quite some time. To be honest, I fell behind and had some catching up to do. Having finished the readings on the Law (Genesis thru Deuteronomy) I was struck by a few things that are consistent, but maybe under-noticed themes in these books. First, the law and requirements for…

Reflections from Daily Reading, Feb 15th

Today I was reading in Exodus 29 about the ordination of Aaron and his sons for the priesthood. The previous chapters detail at length the prescribed dress for the priests who serve in the Tabernacle. Exodus 29 outlines the laborious, costly, and frankly bloody ordination service that would last a week. At least ten animals…

Reflections from Daily Reading, Feb 14th

Psalm 32 is a powerful reminder of the grace of confession. The psalm opens by declaring,  “Blessed is the one whose transgressions are forgiven, whose sins are covered.”  After this opening flurry of blessedness, the psalmist recounts a not-so-blessed time when his “bones were wasting away,” his “strength was dried up,” he groaned all day…

 


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