FAQs


Eastbrook is a non-denominational Christian Church, and everyone is welcome.

Worship services begin with live music from one of our worship teams that is inspiring, energetic and diverse. After the music, one of our pastors will welcome everyone and open the service in prayer. After some more worship, our pastors, a special guest or our staff will teach a message that will be refreshing and relevant to our lives. After the message the speaker prays and then we end the worship experience with one last song.

Our pastors, staff and leaders are available to talk or pray with anyone who wants to after service. The Connecting Point is a great place to hang out with friends and meet new people.

There are four identical services each weekend. Our services are every Saturday at 5 pm, and every Sunday at 8, 9:30 & 11 am.

We also have a monthly Worship and Prayer service on the second Tuesday of each month at 7 pm.

Eastbrook services are usually around 75 minutes.

Our campus is located on N. Green Bay Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53209—west of I-43 and approximately two blocks south of Silver Spring Dr. There are a few buildings on our church campus, but Worship services are held in our main building, 5353 N. Green Bay Ave. in the Worship Hall.

Dress comfortably. Don’t worry about what you wear, your hair, tattoos, or any of that—Eastbrook is a very diverse church and we love you just as you are! Just come prepared to have a powerful time of worship, teaching, and fellowship.

If you have a Bible, bring it with you. If not, don’t worry, Bible passages are projected on the overhead screens.

Eastbrook Church has ministries and programs for children of all ages. We offer full Children’s Ministry from nursery-6th grade at most Sunday worship services. The only exception are Family Worship Weekends, which are special weekends throughout the year that are designed for families with kids of all ages to worship together in the Worship Hall.

Nursery (for 2 and under) is provided at all worship services.

We do not have a mid week service at Eastbrook, but we do have hundreds of people who get together in smaller groups throughout the city during the week, which we call Life Groups.

Wednesday nights are also a big night on campus, as we have ministry programs for Children (Grades 3-6), Students (Grades 7-12), Men & Women on campus.

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