East Plains United Church
Worship Services at East Plains United Church

CHURCH NEWS

Lenten Study Group
 All are welcome to join this Study Group lead by Rev. Barb Fullerton. First session is February 27, last one is April 9. PDF

An Ecumenical Lenten Program.
 An Ecumenical Lenten program brought to you by: East Plains UC, West Plains UC, Holy Cross Lutheran Church and St. Matthews on-the-Plains Anglican Church. PDF

Sunday Bulletin for March 1, 2020
First Sunday of Lent. Annual Congregational Meeting. Rev. Fullerton preaching. Gospel reading: Matthew 4; 1-11 PDF

Vista Orders.
Vista order due dates: Sunday March 1, April 5, 2020. PDF

Indoor Garage, Book and Meat Pie Sale Feb. 29
 Our Indoor Garage, Book and Meat Pie Sale begins at 9:00am and ends at 2:00pm on Saturday February 29. We feature some very interesting items in the Garage Sale for both men and women. If you like to eat, you can't beat our meat pies and baked goods.

Annual Congregational Meeting.
 Our ACM will be held March 1 and follow the same format as previous years. 

A complete list of activities is available on the Calendar page.

WORSHIP SERVICES

"Worship, a creative mix of word
         and music, and image"

Sunday Service.

Sunday Worship begins at 10:30am. Our services are intergenerational, welcoming all ages. Children may stay with their parents or go to the Tuck Library at the rear of the sanctuary for age appropriate activities.

If you are new or a guest we encourage you to sign our Guest Book and consider filling in the information card found in the pews. We also invite you to join our members after the service in the Gathering Place for a time of fellowship and an opportunity to meet the minister. We would appreciate your feed-back.

How do we dress? Some formally (ie) men with a shirt and tie, women with skirts, dresses, others very informally (ie) sport shirt, slacks, jeans.

We gather each week and, through inspiring word, uplifting music, thoughtful prayer, poignant silence and in other ways, we experience the Spirit of God in our midst. The best way to get a feel for our worship life is to experience it.