East Plains United Church
Worship Services at East Plains United Church

CHURCH NEWS

Message from Rev. Fullerton
 Read Rev. Fullerton's fall message. PDF

2019 Arts and Crafts poster
 This is our 46th Arts and Crafts Sale. PDF

Sunday Bulletin for October 6, 2019
 World Wide Communion. Creation Time 5 in the Season of Pentecost. Rev. Fullerton preaching: "What is Creation Saying to Us? Sustain Me." Gospel reading: Luke 17; 5-6. Faith like a musard seed.     PDF

Messy Church Event October 18
 Our next Messy Church/Family Fun Night will take place Friday October 18, 4:45-7:00pm. All ages are welcome. Our theme for this event is Fridays for Future and it ties in with the issue of Climate Change started by Greta Thunberg PDF

Joseph
 Joseph has been promoted to P5. PDF

Vista Orders.
Vista order dates:  October 6, November 10, December 8. PDF

Letter from Joseph in Uganda
 Joseph is a young student in primary four at the Tekera Mission in Uganda. East Plains is proud to continue our support for this mission. PDF

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 10:30 am. Children stay with their parents for the opening of the service then after about 15 minutes are called to the front of the Sanctuary to hear a Bible related story before moving on to their classes.

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.