At Eaglebrook Church, you will meet a group of real people from all walks of life, who are serious about their faith but also know how to laugh and have a good time.
From the moment you walk up to the building, you can expect…
A Warm Greeting
You will be greeted at the door by one of our cheerful ushers. If you have any initial questions or concerns, one of these wonderful people will be happy to help. You will also receive a weekly bulletin, which will give you details about the Sunday Morning Service, and will also contain details about upcoming events and contact information.
Snacks and Coffee
Both before and after the Morning Service, there will be coffee and snacks being served in our fellowship area. Please feel free to help yourself, and please stick around after the Morning Service, as we would love to connect with you and get to know you better.
A Fun and Informal Atmosphere
We believe that a casual atmosphere allows everyone to be comfortable and creates the space for friendships to form and relationships to grow. While our desire is to provide an atmosphere for you to have a genuine connection with God, we also believe that joy and laughter play a real role in that. Our Sunday Morning Service is a family gathering, not simply a religious service. Our goal is that you would immediately feel at ease and sense that you are a part of the family.
We love all kinds of music, and incorporate the latest worship songs as well as classic hymns of the faith. There is something for everyone, so we invite you to join us as we declare our love to God for all that He has done for us in and through our Savior, Jesus Christ.
Each week, we will spend some time digging into the Big Story of Scripture to learn more about God and ourselves. Prepare to be challenged and to see things in a new way as we seek to understand the Scriptures in the context of the larger story. We firmly believe that these ancient writings still speak to us today and direct our steps as we seek to follow Jesus in our own time.
Just the Beginning
We hope that our Sunday Morning Services are not an end in themselves, but simply the starting point. The real point is not how or where we spend our Sunday Morning, but how we live the rest of the week and what kind of people we are becoming. Our prayer is that our Sunday Morning Gatherings create the space for relationships to develop and grow, and that this dedicated time of worship and instruction will help us all to become better disciples of Jesus in every area of our lives.