I Am New

No matter who you are or where you've been, you are welcome here.

You and your story matter. Do you know that you were created by God for a specific purpose? In the book of Revelation in the Bible, the author describes a heavenly scene at the end of time, when a diverse group of people from “every tribe, tongue, and nation” gather together to worship that same God who created us.

At Eastbrook, we are aiming to be a glimpse of this diverse, multi-ethnic community here on earth. We are here to walk with you through whatever chapter of life you’re in, and help you live out the story that God has planned for you.

We love celebrating with you when things are going well, and want to support and guide you when life gets tough. Because, no matter what you’re going through, we want you to know that you never have to go it alone. We’re better together, and stronger through diversity.

What Makes
Eastbrook Unique?

Eastbrook’s “special sauce” for the last 40 years has been the diversity of our community. We are intergenerational, multiethnic, international, and this makes for a vibrant community of believers.

Click here to learn more about us (Mission, Vision and Core Values)

Who are the
Leaders of Eastbrook?

We like to say that Eastbrook is Holy Spirit-led, staff-guided, council-guarded, and congregationally-gifted.

Matt Erickson has been the Senior Pastor at Eastbrook since 2011. The Church Council consists of 9 members of the church elected by active members, and our ministry staff consists of full- and part-time leaders as well as several key volunteers.

Visit Eastbrook

We’re so glad you’ve decided to visit us! Our services last about 60 minutes. We begin with a time of singing and worshiping God, hear a message based on the Bible, and then wrap up by praying together. Our attenders are from all walks of life and backgrounds.

How do I get there?
You can find detailed information here.

What should I wear?
Our church has a “come as you are” atmosphere. You will see some dressed up; some dressed casually. We have no expectations for attire — just come prepared to have a powerful time of worship, teaching, and fellowship.

Do I need to bring anything?
If you have a Bible, bring it with you. If not, don’t worry, Bible passages are projected on the overhead screens.

What about my kids?
We also have a place designed just for kids and students where they can learn about God in a way they’ll understand and in an environment they’ll love.

What happens at an Eastbrook worship service?
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.


In Person: Sundays at 8, 9:30 & 11 am

Online: Sundays at 8, 9:30 & 11 am (eastbrook.org/athome)

2nd Tuesdays at 7 pm


Church: 5353 N. Green Bay Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53209

Office: 5385 N. Green Bay Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53209

Take Your First Step...

At Eastbrook, we are committed to coming alongside anyone who wants to move forward in their relationship with God—and finding a local church you can call ‘home’ is a significant part of that journey.

We encourage you to browse the classes, events, and opportunities on this website to find what your personal next step is. As always, we are here to help you connect at Eastbrook and grow deeper in your relationship with Christ. Contact us if you have questions about which option is best for you.

There are many ways to get involved. Here are five of them: