Come Holy Spirit Night

Next Sunday, March 21, after our Livestream service at 6:00 pm, we will meet outdoors for something we haven’t had in a while at ECV, “Come Holy Spirit Night.” We will gather to worship together and to listen to what the Holy Spirit is doing in our midst. When we’ve done these events

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Spiritual Formation Retreat

One great way for you to draw near to God during this Lenten season is by being a part of our Spiritual Formation Retreat. The full details will be coming soon. Unfortunately, We have had to postpone this event. Stay tuned for more details. .

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Listening In/ Speaking Nearby

As we consider ways to draw near to one another and to God this Lent, I invite you to listen in on a series of dinner conversations among pairs of Asian Americans at ECV. The series kicks off this Wednesday, March 10 @ 7:30pm on Zoom, featuring Michelle Ting &

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Ash Wednesday Afternoon Service

Ash Wednesday is a traditional day of repentance that marks the beginning of the season Lent. At ECV, we choose to enter into repentance by standing in God’s presence together, reflecting on our lives, lamenting with one voice, and sharing with one another a hope for transformation. Join us on

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Ash Wednesday Morning Service

Ash Wednesday is a traditional day of repentance that marks the beginning of the season Lent. At ECV, we choose to enter into repentance by standing in God’s presence together, reflecting on our lives, lamenting with one voice, and sharing with one another a hope for transformation. Join us on Wednesday, February

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“Selma” Discussion

In our nonviolence sermon series, we’ve referenced folks who were notable actors in the campaign in Selma for voting rights — Amelia Boynton, Diane Nash, John Lewis, Viola Liuzzo, and of course, Martin and Coretta King. It’s easy to paint these heroes, especially MLK, with a broad brush and refuse

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“Selma” Screening

In our nonviolence sermon series, we’ve referenced folks who were notable actors in the campaign in Selma for voting rights — Amelia Boynton, Diane Nash, John Lewis, Viola Liuzzo, and of course, Martin and Coretta King. It’s easy to paint these heroes, especially MLK, with a broad brush and refuse

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