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WORSHIP

Saturday Evenings:

Saturday Evening Youth Service 5:00 p.m. This service is temporarily suspended for April and May due to students' busy end-of-year schedules. See you in June. For more info, click here.

Sunday Mornings:

Traditional Worship 8:30 a.m.

Contemporary Worship 10:30 a.m.

Fifth Sundays:

One worship service only at 10:00 a.m. followed by potluck brunch

Child care is available at our Sunday worship services.

Worship is experiencing the presence of God. And that's what we strive to do every week. Whether you prefer the familiar comfort of traditional music and liturgy, or the joyfully expressive atmosphere of contemporary worship, you will find a home at EPC.

On Sunday mornings, our traditional choir and organist/pianist, directed by John Dahm, provide inspirational music ranging from sacred to gospel. And, our contemporary musicians, well, they rock! But either way, we never forget our goal is to experience the presence of God. Prayer and Scripture are part of every worship service. And the Bible-based sermons cut to the heart.

In today's world, making it to church on Sunday mornings is not always easy. Many who would like to come worship and be in fellowship with God's people are unable because they must work. Others have kids involved in sports. Others occasionally have family obligations.

But now we offer another option. Starting September 19, come and be with us on Saturday evenings at 5:30. We'll have worshipful music, time for quiet prayer and a fifteen-minute message. We'll come to the Lord's Table for communion each and every week. And, after the service, someone will be available to pray with you personally, if you so desire.

So, please, if Sunday is complicated for you, don't just skip a week. Plan your weekend so you can be with God's people - if not on Sunday - then for sure on Saturday evening.

The other thing about worship at EPC is that it's a family affair, both literally and spiritually. There's a real sense of being a part of God's family. People often tell us, whether they've been attending for years or just a few weeks, they feel the Spirit moving, and they feel very comfortable worshipping together.

If you would like to listen to a sermon, click here.

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