During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently limited to 25 people or less in the sanctuary during the 11 a.m. worship service. That service is live-streamed and can be found by clicking on the Broadcasts feature under the Worship tab.
We are not offering a nursery at this time.
We invite you to join us for Worship at either of our two services on Sunday mornings. Our 9:00 service is more informal and family oriented. It is also held in our outdoor worship area during the summer months, weather permitting. We also offer an 11:00 am service, which is held in our EPC sanctuary year round. For the convenience of parents, we have a nursery available at each service. If your child is in our nursery you will be given a pager so that our nursery staff is able to contact you should your child have any problems.
The sermons delivered by our minister are offered in the strong tradition of Biblical scholarship, which is a hallmark of the Presbyterian Church (USA). Teaching is emphasized, providing the congregation with background as to the history and culture of the biblical text, which is carefully related to the life situation of our visitors, friends and members. At Eastminster no one is told what they must believe, instead each person is invited to explore their understanding of, and relationship to God, as God is understood in the life and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth, whom we believe to be the Christ.
In our worship we are brought together in fellowship, our spirits are lifted in song and devotion, we are challenged to think about God and our relationship to God in the sermons and we are invited to explore our faith and to make a commitment of our lives to building God’s Kingdom, giving witness to Christ’s love, grace and hospitality to our community and world.
The sacrament of the Lord’s Supper, also called the Eucharist or Holy Communion is celebrated the first Sunday of each month. Communion is open to those who visit. One does not have to be a member of Eastminster Presbyterian Church to share in God’s hospitality at the Lord’s Table.