Thursday, January 15, 2015

What's Happening at ECV

Moses with the People
Thanks to the devotion of three major religions (and a few very popular movies), the life of Moses is a familiar one in our culture. Yet, the story of Moses goes far beyond his own personal narrative to the lives of people whom God noticed, freed, formed, taught, and called into worship. This crowd became the people of God. At ECV, God is forming us to be His people. On Sunday, we will begin the journey to see how Moses' story and the story of the people around him can shape our own.

Transition Check-in
THIS SUNDAY 1/18, 6pm

If you have been with ECV this Fall, you know that we have undergone some exciting transitions - not just our building ones either. We want to carve out some time to check in, as a congregation, to see how these transitions are going.

This will take place this Sunday, downstairs right after church. This will include discussions on vision, staffing and leadership, and other structures in the church. The staff and elders would love to hear what is important to you as we continue to follow Jesus as a community.
MLK Events 
1/16, 1/19

Join us as we reflect on the themes that surround the life of Martin Luther King Jr., and the Civil Rights Movement.

Movie - Fri 1/16: Selma @The Criterion at the 7pm showing. Join us! We will gather at a table across from the concession stand at 6:45.

Family MLK Event- Mon 1/1910:30am-11:30am On your day off, come to the Evans' house to learn songs from the Civil Rights movement, hear inspiring stories, and join in a craft! 530 Norton Pkwy.

Open Our Eyes: Reflections on MLK in 2015 - Mon 1/19: 7:30pm
As a community, we are opening our eyes to see whyMLK's message is still relevant in 2015. We will read from MLK's "Letter from a Birmingham Jail", hear stories and reflections from ECVers, and have time to share and pray together.
47 Dyer St.

Admin Position Open! 

As we announced on Sunday, there is an opening for our Administrator Position. Qualified members of our community are encouraged to apply. The job description is here. The position will require someone who is able to work collaboratively, leading teams and supporting the staff, as well as work with minimal supervision. The role is crucial to the smooth operations of the church and is an exciting way to be closely involved with our life and ministry together.

To apply: Send a cover letter and resume to
 by Tuesday, January 20th

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