Thursday, June 18, 2015

What's Happening at ECV

The Freedom of 
Knowing God
Last Sunday, Josh began our summer teaching series on Paul’s letter to the Galatians by talking about the gospel as something that “set[s] us free from this present evil age.” This Sunday, Bradley Gable will continue our study of the letter by examining Paul’s own story. Paul was someone whose life was radically changed by an encounter with Jesus. With it came a unifying vision for the church and a profound understanding of the freedom that comes from knowing—and being known by—God. Together we can look to Paul’s teaching as a guide for how the gift of freedom that comes with the gospel can bring us into greater maturity, as we learn to love our God and neighbors more fully and earnestly. 


6/19 - 6pm @ 6 Garden St

Join us this Friday (tomorrow) at Tim and Marilyn's home in the Dwight Kensington neighborhood for an ECV potluck-grill. Please bring your own beverages and bring along anything you'd like to throw on the grill or share with others. Feel free to bring musical instruments and yard chairs. They'll provide utensils & paper goods.
Their address is 6 Garden Street (knock on the left side door, or just come around back)

RSVPs to
would be wonderful, but not required. Feel free to call or text any questions to Marilyn at 904.806.8781 

Leadership Structures at ECV
6/28 - after the service

Join us two Sundays from now (6/28) downstair after the service for a meeting about the current leadership structures at ECV. We will be talking about the role of our Elders and other topics relating to the different leadership structures within the Church. Be a part of the conversation as we seek to follow God as a church and honor Him with our community.

ECV Survey
We want to hear your thoughts.

The ECV Communications Team along with Staff are currently looking at how we can take bold steps to have our communications truly articulate who we uniquely are as a church.
One part of this process is to hear from people who have spent time at ECV and to answer a few questions about what they find striking or distinctive about the community. 
If you have some time and would like to be apart of this conversation, we invite you to fill out this survey

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