OUR INSPIRING EVENING SERVICES
Mark your calendars now for these remarkable evening worship opportunities. Friends and neighbors welcome!
Holden Evening Prayer service focuses on the coming of Advent and its beautiful season of hope. This unique prayer service of engaging music with special guest musicians is a community favorite.
— Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019, 7 PM
Christmas Eve worship is unmatched as it stirs our hearts and rejoices at the coming birth of Jesus Christ. This pleasing candle light service is a heartfelt tradition for Christians worldwide.
— Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2019, 7 PM
Ash Wednesday worship marks the beginning of the church season of Lent. A time of remembrance of our mortality and the saving grace of God, this meaningful worship service includes the endearing implementation of ashes.
— Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020, 7 PM
Maundy Thursday service takes worshippers through passionate Holy Week. From Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem, the last supper with his disciples, and his crucifixion, we journey with Jesus.
— Thursday, Apr. 9, 2020, 7 PM
WANTED: PLASTIC WATER BOTTLES
IT’S ALMOST MAGIC! – Plastic bottles and soda and beer bottles have been turned into support for education ($130 so far). Just remove the caps from plastic bottles, bring them and soda/beer bottles to the church and place them in the blue bin in the kitchen. We are looking for someone to redeem these containers at a recycling facility. If you can help, please contact Rev. McNamara.
If you cannot spare the time to prepare goodies for our hospitality time after worship, please consider making a donation to the green “Hospitality Donation Box”
located at the hospitality table. Donating will help fill the void dates and lessen the burden on members who regularly prepare goodies.
WE NEED VOLUNTEERS
“WE NEED VOLUNTEERS“ To serve as Ushers, Worship Assistants, Communion Assistants, to provide Hospitality after services, and to deliver the Children’s Sermon. We can’t run our church without you – Please sign up today!
The flower calendar can be found on the wall next to the hospitality table in the sanctuary. If you have a flower dedication for a particular date, you should sign up soon or you may be disappointed. If you have questions or comments, please see Dale Chilcoat.
The EGPC congregation is seeing stars, for a very good reason! Specifically, a colored star will be placed on your name badge which corresponds to the Deacon assigned to your congregational care. The color assignments for 2017 are as follows:
Green Star – Marie Galustian
Yellow Star -Marlene Laufer
Blue Star – Larry Bowermaster
Red Star – Cheri Bowermaster
Purple Star – Patty Huggett
Orange Star– Kathy Wong
If you need a replacement badge, please sign the request form on the reception table.