The elders have been made aware of a person who tested positive for the coronavirus this week. This person was wearing a mask and did not experience any signs of symptoms on Sunday. We have informed the individuals who have been directly exposed. Services… Continue Reading “COVID-19 Update”
“Discipline Delight or Bad Behavior?” Tuesday, January 19 at 6pm, Rm 101 This seminar is offered to all Children’s Ministry team members offering tips, techniques, and perspectives for the effective discipline of children. This is open to parents and grandparents also. Register by emailing… Continue Reading “January 15, 2021”
Pastor Dan shares more of Hannah’s Story from 1 Samuel and upcoming Etch news.
There will be a special session of Etch on January 13th and 20th, 6:30 – 8pm (No meal). Etch Knights Club will meet while Adults & Youth will participate in a two-week interactive crash course together! Threads: Themes That Weave Through the Bible – From… Continue Reading “January 8, 2021”
Pastor Dan shares some scripture and a Livestream Event happening tomorrow night. Link to Livestream Event – http://eatoncommunitychurch.org/livestream
Communion We will be celebrating the sacrament of communion this Sunday, January 3, 2021 in both services. We are using individual, prepackaged juice cups with wafers. The Great Stolen Spear Caper – Livestream Event What: Etch Community Night – Livestream Event When: Wednesday, January… Continue Reading “December 30, 2020”
It’s Christmas Eve and today’s devotional includes some words of encouragement from Pastor Dan. The second video link is a compilation of Christmas songs for an extended time of worship.
As Christmas Day draws nearer we encourage you to take time and worship Jesus.
COVID UPDATES We have learned of another person testing positive for COVID, that was present at church this past Sunday. Although asymptomatic, their routine test came back positive on Monday. This person was serving in the children’s ministry on Sunday and has notified all… Continue Reading “ECC Midweek Update – December 22, 2020”
Take time this day to reflect on the first coming of Jesus Christ and His love for us.