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You’re Invited to a Picnic: July 2nd

This coming Sunday, July 2 ,  there will be no teaching service at Everyday Church, because instead we’re getting together as a family to celebrate the Summer with a BBQ in Dyckman Fields park! We hope you can join us. As we continue with our Tell Your Story series, this Sunday is the perfect opportunity to start conversations, make new and deeper friendships and enjoy being together with your faith family. 

The fun starts at 11 a.m.!

What to bring: Your favorite picnic meal, side or dessert to share and a blanket to sit on.

Where to go: Dyckman Fields Park (walk toward La Marina Restaurant, just inside the park entrance, you’ll find us near the water)

Hope to see you there!




Current Teaching Series: Tell Your Story

Every follower of Jesus has a unique story. A story of how Jesus has changed our lives and brought us comfort during times of struggle and pain. How we share our stories with others has the power to change others lives and bring comfort as well. During this series we are going to look at ways followers of Jesus shared their own stories and how we can learn from their example. We will also hear from followers of Jesus today share their own stories of how their relationship with Jesus has changed their lives.

Join us at 4862 Broadway, on Sundays at 11 a.m. to learn more!

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Picnic Memorial Day Weekend

This Sunday, come out and enjoy the start of summer with your ECC family! We’re having a picnic, Sunday at 11 am at 4862 Broadway and there will be food and games! If you’re able to, please bring a side, salad or dessert to share. Hopefully see you there!


Good Friday, Night of Prayer & Reflection

We can never truly understand the sacrifice our Father and His son made for us in the cross. This Good Friday, join us for an evening of Prayer and Reflection. Hope you can make it. 1795 Riverside Dr. Apt. 6A, 8pm.


New Teaching Series: Upside Down Kingdom

God’s kingdom isn’t your ordinary kingdom and Jesus isn’t your ordinary King. As we study through the historical writings of Luke we find the story of a king whose kingdom shakes things up and turns everything upside down. In the kingdom of God; the first will be last and the last will be first, the lowly are lifted up and the powerful are put down, the strong are made weak and the weak are made strong, those who are outsiders are in and those with power and privilege are out. We will study through the life of Jesus, his teachings and the beginning of the church to see how this kingdom still has the power today to thankfully turn our lives upside down.

Join us this Sunday to learn more, 11 a.m. 4862 Broadway (2nd floor auditorium).