Good Friday 2014

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God is love. This is how God showed his love among us: He sent his one and only Son into the world that we might live through him. This is love: not that we loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins. (1 John 4:8-10)

Join us for worship on Good Friday at Eastbrook Church. We will have two services this year: 1:00 PM and 7:00 PM.

The services will include music, video, dance, readings, a message, and communion. You will not want to miss this  worship experience of drawing near to the cross of Christ.


Eastbrook Leadership Forum – October 28, 2013

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Join me and others tonight for our quarterly Leadership Forum at Eastbrook Church. The Leadership Forum gives us the chance to share new ideas, learn together, and pray for the ministries of the Church. We will spend time looking at one of our top priorities at Eastbrook Church related to multiplication.

Multiplying at every level: disciples, ministry leaders & churches

  • Cultivate an outward mindset within our congregation
  • Develop a clear leadership development pathway, including internship track
  • Develop an intentional plan for continued expansion of church planting and multi-site 


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This coming weekend at Eastbrook Church, we will begin a new series entitled “Remade.” This is the third of a four-part journey through the Gospel of Mark, which began with our series “The Real Jesus” and continued up to Christmas with our series “King Coming.”

This series comes as Jesus enters Jerusalem and enters into conflict with the religious establishment about what true religion is all about. Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem, the religious center of Israel, echoes with power and judgment. While Jesus came to reveal who God is, the irony is that much of what was known as ‘religion’ stood in the way of what Jesus came to do. As we continue this journey into the second half of Mark’s Gospel, we will wrestle with Jesus’ fundamental deconstruction and reconstruction of what it means to relate to God.

You can listen to messages at Eastbrook via our website here. You can also subscribe to our sermons for Eastbrook via the RSS feed or iTunes. You can also keep up with Eastbrook on Twitter or Facebook.

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