Face-to-Face Worship Now Open

(With Continued Livestreaming)

If you have been longing to worship in person with your EPC family once again, that option is now open.
Our face-to-face worship services are at 9:00 a.m. each Sunday, followed by a time of

fellowship, outdoors in the courtyard.


If your health or immune system is compromised and you are still uncomfortable meeting in person, that's okay.
You can still view the service as it happens by clicking the THIS WEEK'S LIVE STREAM icon below.


Or, if you want to watch the service at your convenience any time during the week,
just click the PREVIOUS ONLINE SERVICES icon.

Relaxed Mask and Distancing Restrictions Now In Place for Face-to-Face Worship           


Now that the CDC has announced that fully vaccinated adults can safely

resume activities indoors or outdoors without masks or social distancing, EPC has

announced that masks are now optional during worship at EPC.

If you have not been vaccinated, the elders ask that you continue to wear a mask while indoors.

However, this is self-regulating, meaning that no one will ask for your vaccination status.

There will be a section of seating toward the back of the sanctuary for those who

still feel more comfortable wearing a mask and maintaining distancing.


If you feel safer continuing to worship via livestream, just click the

Previous week's services can be seen any time by clicking the PREVIOUS ONLINE SERVICES icon below.

And for all the latest news on how we're working to stay connected, click on the News Desk icon.

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A Word About Our Pastor Search Process

Scott Chandler is our Presbytery Liaison. To hear his words of encouragement and his explanation of the search process our church is undertaking, click here.

And for regular updates on where we are in the process, check the News Desk above.

Food Bank Stays "Open" with Drive-Thru Service

The Food Bank is temporarily operating in a drive-thru-only format. You don't even need to get out of your car, just drive up and a volunteer will help you. Residents of Elbert County including members of our congregation, may drive up during regular Food Bank hours, give their information verbally, and receive an appropriate box of food without either party risking any physical contact.

Please note the Food Bank is once again receiving food donations. More information at this link.

Food Bank hours: Fridays 12:30 to 3 p.m. and Saturdays 9 to 11:30 a.m.

For location and more information about the Elizabeth Food Bank, click here.

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