Thursday, January 22, 2015

What's Happening at ECV

New Series Continues!
On Sunday, Josh started a new series, "Moses with the People." Moses longed for freedom for his people, but he needed to experience God's freedom first. As God redeemed Moses' early failures in life, He commissioned Moses to turn a people who knew God's rituals and rites into a people who know God and His deep desire for freedom. Josh challenged us to ask God for an experience of freedom for our lives and to ask God who are the people in our lives who are looking for more of God's freedom. Listen to the talk hereThis Sunday, Matt will talk about how God frees His people from the captivity of Pharaoh.

Rodney Reynolds
After Hours @ ECV

Rodney aka JP, former intern at ECV, will perform his original hip hop tunes, including collaborations with ECV musicians. This is all to celebrate the release of his new album and his successful Kickstarter campaign. All of this will happen right here at ECV this Sunday night after church! Go out, get some grub and come back in time for an incredible show. You will not want to miss thisevent! Doors open at 7:30pm, the concert starts at 8pm.

ECV Prays!:Intercession

If you've been around ECV, you know that we are a community that loves prayer. We want to grow as a community that prays in specific, regular ways for our church, our city, and beyond. This kind of directed prayer is often called intercessory prayer.

In this season, the prayer team would like to facilitate this by sending out a daily reminder to pray about a specific request. If you'd like to opt-in to this practice and grow in that way of praying, please fill out this very quick form!

Call for Papers
Submission Due 2/15/2015

Birthed out of ECV, the Society of Vineyard Scholars (SVS) has become an international movement of scholars working for the sake of the Church. We gather each year for three days of scholarship, worship, and community. This year, we'll be in (relatively) nearby Media, PA April 16-18. You should come. You should submit a paper to present. For more info, talk to Matt and check out the call for papers.

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