Learn—There is a lot going on at Eastbrook Church! Watch for ways to learn about our long term field workers and city ministries, hear stories from them, and be drawn into what God is doing through them. Want a starting point? Join us on Sundays during Missions Prayer to hear stories from our field workers and join with other Eastbrook members in praying for our friends, partners and field workers. Sundays at 9:30 am in Fellowship Hall.
Connect—There is so much to see and hear about what God is doing through Eastbrook. At times it can feel like you’re joining a conversation 40 years in, and that can understandably feel difficult to get connected. But we want you to know that you are welcome, and so is your call and giftedness! If you’re new to Eastbrook, your best bet for getting connected to missions is to meet with a staff member or leader. Email Dan Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org to grab coffee or lunch and connect.
Pray—We deeply desire to be a church that can only be explained by the Holy Spirit, and this starts with prayer. We invite you to join us in prayer for our city and world, whether individually, at our daily morning prayer time, Sundays at Missions Prayer, Thursday mornings at Women’s Global Prayer, or elsewhere. To start, pick up a field worker prayer guide by the Welcome Desk in the Main Lobby.
Serve—Ready to dive in? There’s lots going on, but before you do, know that we emphasize building relationships as the key to both proclaiming and embodying the love of Jesus Christ. No person is a project, but rather as someone made in the image of God who we are called to walk alongside. Our mission opportunities are focused on long-term relationships and you’re invited to be a part of them!
Give—Our work in the city and world cannot happen without financial resources as well. Our efforts in the city and world are not supported from Eastbrook’s “general” fund but rather through a special, designated, Mission Fund. Make financial support a part of your missions involvement by donating to this fund at eastbrook.org/giving.