Wednesday, May 28, 2014

What's Happening at ECV

Do You Ever Have Enough Time?

If we're honest with ourselves, the most precious commodity we have—the cost we most bristle at paying—is our time. This week, as we continue our series on "Counting the Cost," Matt talks about our most treasured resource and the hidden blessings embedded in this "cost" of following Jesus.

ECV in Uganda

Travel Blog

Curious about what the ECV Uganda crew is up to?  Check out their latest updates on their travel blog! This will be a great way to check in with how the team is doing and what they're learning in Uganda.  It will also include prayer requests so that you can be partnering with the team in prayer throughout their trip.


Agape Church

Agape Church is a space, a community, and a ministry where we worship the Lord and study scripture together with people who are without housing or who are transitioning into housing. ECV has long been a partner and several of our members make up the leadership team. As the summer begins there are plenty of opportunities to get involved, to have your heart stretched in new ways. One particular need we have is for musicians to help lead worship. Knowing the ways we have seen God work, we invite you to get involved. Contact Eoin Burke.

Remembering Losses:
Bundle Night

June 3rd, 8 pm
530 Norton Parkway

“Rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep.” – Romans 12:15

Join us for a special time to grieve the stillbirths and miscarriages we have experienced in our community. We’ll be taking part in former ECVer Emma Saperstein’s Bundle Project, a venture to honor and remember babies that have been lost in stillbirth/miscarriage. If you have experienced this kind of loss or know someone who has, this is a place to grieve with others in our community and to honor these important little lives. To RSVP, or if you have questions, contact Asha Evans.

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