Our three Sunday morning worship services (8 am, 9:30 am, and 11 am) are identical to reflect the principle in Galatians 3:28 that we are one body: young and old, rich and poor, male and female, urban and suburban, and of many different races and church backgrounds. The diversity of our many parts compels us to include traditional hymns, contemporary choruses, gospel music, international songs (sung in their native languages), and many forms of dance.
We work to create an environment that gives people the freedom to worship God in the ways the Holy Spirit leads, which may include: lifting of hands (Psalm 28:2; 119:48; 134:2), bowing (Psalm 95:6), kneeling (Psalm 95:6), clapping (Psalm 47:1), dancing (Psalm 149:3; 150:4), playing of instruments (Psalm 150:3-5), and being still (Psalm 46:10). We pray that people will have freedom of expression without being a stumbling block to others.
Sundays, 9:30 am
Join us as we pray for our members, partners, and field workers serving around our city and world! Hear updates directly from those serving in missions, and pray with fellow Eastbrook members.
Thursdays, 9 am
All women are welcome to pray with and for our field workers. We gather in the Multi-Purpose Room, located inside of the Church Office building, each Thursday between 9-11 am; come when you can and leave when you need to.
We want to pray with you and for you. Send us your petitions confidentially using this form, so that we can intercede on your behalf.
Visit our online public prayer resource to see what members of our community are praying for, or add your own request for intercession.
Located in the East Lobby, the Prayer Room is a quiet place set aside for anyone to get away from their busy life and pray. It also serves as a room to pray with those responding to the sermon and for private counseling.