Updates
May 30, 2024

The chart below compares ECL’s actual income and expenses with budgeted amounts for the year. At the end of April, our income fell short of budgeted projections by about 14%.

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May 28, 2024

Mark your calendars and plan to join us this Friday night, Jun 7th @ 6 PM for SUMMER GAME NIGHT!!

Bring a game and bring a snack to share, we will have a fun time laughing and playing together. All ages are welcome, please plan to eat dinner before you come.

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Apr 26, 2024

At the close of the first quarter, our income fell short of budgeted projections by about 7%; income is primarily comprised of tithes and offerings.

Total actual expenses were lower than budgeted amounts by about 1%. Administration category expenses were over budget, reflecting two large insurance dues paid on an annual basis. Total expenses exceeded total income by $1,456.91.

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Apr 4, 2024

We are thankful for our awesome building at 218 that we are blessed with. Saturday April 13th from 8 am - 1 pm, we would like to work together to do some necessary care for our building. From cleaning, to lawn care, to organization there will be enough jobs for everyone and all ages. Please plan to join if you can for any amount of time you can!

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Mar 21, 2024

For our Sunday Morning Worship Service this week, join us at 10 AM for a brunch potluck. Bring a favorite brunch item to share. We will spend the morning breaking bread and sharing in each others lives.


All ages will be together for our meal, there will be no kid connect or early childhood class.

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Mar 19, 2024

You are invited to join us on Good Friday to read together and reflect on the scriptures leading up to and ending in Jesus' death. In this life, we are no strangers to pain and suffering, and even death. Jesus knows our suffering, our grief, our pain and promises to walk through it with us - let us ask Jesus to guide us and even lead the way.

Good Friday Service, March 29th - 6:00 PM at ECL

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Mar 1, 2024

Lent is a season of coming to terms with our own mortality. In Advent we celebrate “God with us” and in Lent we journey through all that choosing humanity costs. Jesus invites us to walk a different way. Jesus invites us to be image bearers, not image makers.

This season of Lent, Karis shared a wonderful talk and invited us to a new practice. To take 1 minute a day and just look at your reflection. A holy pause to notice the Light in you, reflecting to a weary world. A holy pause to honor that you are an image bearer. A holy pause to delight in your own image of God in You. Look in the mirror, really look, until you can see the image of God in every wrinkle. The goodness of God fill your eyes. The love of God overwhelm your mouth as your lips turn upward. The holy reflection of God shining in all that you are, all that you carry, all that you reflect. You are light bouncing off the mirror to reveal the Light of the world.

We also invite you to individually or as a family to donate a mirror to the church. On the back we ask that you write...

"I/We reflect God's _________" (You fill in the blank)

We ask for the mirrors to be brought to church by Palm Sunday, March 24th. We will fill the stage with mirrors for Easter Sunday.

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Feb 13, 2024

We will not be gathering in person tomorrow for Ash Wednesday but we wanted to share with you an at-home Ash Wednesday Guide with some reflections and prayers to read through and engage in for individuals and families with young ones.

Download Ash Wednesday Guide


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Feb 1, 2024

Hello, Church Family!

In just a few short weeks we enter in to the season of Lent. While a season of reflecting on the heavy events that led to Jesus' death and resurrection, it is also a rich season of practicing being present and intentionally pressing in to the practices that draw us in to deeper communion with God and with each other. We feast, we fast, we pray, we meditate, and we celebrate. We hope you plan to join us for the special times of fellowship as we journey together this Lenten season.


First, Mark your calendars to kick it all off with our Fat Tuesday Pancake Dinner, Feb. 13th @ 5:30 pm.


We are looking for a few people to help flip pancakes and a few to help clean up. If you are available, contact Karis or Drea.

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Dec 21, 2023

When the sun goes down on December 24, we officially begin Christmastide, twelve days of celebrating the birth of Christ the Savior.

On New Years Eve Day, Sunday Dec 31st, those who are in town are invited to gather at the church for a potluck brunch at 10AM. We will worship by breaking bread and sharing in communion.

On Jan 7, we will celebrate Epiphany together. Christmastide culminates on Epiphany which is January 6th and we will observe this day together on this Sunday. Epiphany, which means 'reveal', celebrates Jesus being revealed and worshipped as God with us.

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