What to expect
What should you expect when you arrive?
Our Lord’s Day morning service is centered on the God we gather to worship. We give time for praying, singing, reading Scripture, and expositing God’s Word through preaching. We sing hymns and contemporary songs that reflect God’s glory and a right appreciation of it. We encourage our families to worship together; all ages, even the youngest ones, are welcome in the service, but we also have a nursery available for parents to use with children ages 0-3 years.
We love kids at ECF and want to serve your family. There are a few ways that we aim to do that:
We seek to equip parents to share the gospel and disciple your children. God has given you your children and has placed you over them to love and lead them to Him. We want to help you walk out that trust faithfully.
We seek to build them up in the Lord. When they are here we want to build into them an accurate picture of who God is, who they are, and what God has done for them in Jesus.
We work to make ECF a safe and accountable place for your family.
Our hope is that every child will feel like they are a loved, and valuable member of our church family.
Some people wear their Sunday best and others their “casual Friday” work attire while some are even more relaxed. Whatever you wear, you’ll get a warm handshake and plenty of “nice-to-meet-you”s when you come visit us.
We no longer require masking and social distancing at any of our services. You are welcome to do what is most comfortable.
And for those who cannot join us we are live streaming our worship service via our YouTube Channel.
If you are feeling ill please refrain from coming in person and worship with us online.
We have a small parking lot adjacent to the church. When that is full there is overflow parking available on the opposite side of E. Church Street at Mr. Dominic's. If you're able to walk consider parking at Mr. Dominic's to save a spot for those who need it.