In addition to providing the opportunity for worship and fellowship in community together, EPC staff and volunteers are working hard to minister to the needs of individuals and families across all age groups. Below are brief descriptions of all the ways we're working to help people meet and walk with Jesus in every stage of life and spiritual growth.


The EPC men's group, sometimes known as the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen In Christ (LEGIC) meets on Saturday mornings at 7 a.m. in the manse. The new, earlier meeting time was set to make it possible for guys to get an earlier start on their day after the meeting. This portion of our Saturday gatherings is for Bible study, with the group presently engaged in a study called The Daniel Dilemma, How to Stand Firm & Love Well in a Culture of Compromise. Those who can also meet for breakfast at Adriana's in Franktown at 8:15. The group would like to invite you in whatever way you would like to be involved, whether it's just for the Bible study, just for the breakfast, or both! We have three major objectives for our group: spiritual growth, fellowship and service (helping around the church or assisting folks in the community who need help with heavy work around their homes). Please contact Phil Wood here if you would like to join us, or if you need some help.


Senior Game Day happens at the church every third Thursday from 11 a.m. till 2 p.m. Seniors from anywhere in the community are invited to come play scrabble, rummicube, dominoes and other games, and enjoy home-cooked lunch together. It's all free. It's all fun. And it's all good.

And on third Wednesdays from 1 till 3 p.m. seniors (and younger folks) who like to knit are invited to gather with us for our Prayer Shawl Ministry. We knit shawls for people who are hurting. We pray for them. And we chat. What an enjoyable way to spend an afternoon.

For more information contact Marianne by clicking here.


At EPC we're always looking for ways to pull families together for fellowship and fun. The annual picnic in the courtyard and Faith Day at the Rockies are two great examples.

But we also do our best to cater to the spiritual needs of the family – not just by providing Christian Education for the various age groups separately, but by creating ways to bring the family together around the Bible.

Check in regularly on our Calendar & Events page to see what's coming next.

Alcoholics Anonymous

EPC opens its doors each week for regular AA meetings to help people affected by alcohol abuse. AA Book Meetings are held each Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. These meetings are only for alcoholics who want to stop drinking and live normal, healthy lives. AA Open Meetings are on Fridays at 7:00 p.m. These are general meetings for anyone struggling with alcohol abuse, as well as friends and family, and anyone wishing to find out more about AA. The meetings are held downstairs.