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eGroups -- Find Your Group
eGroups are the small group ministry of EverydayChurch. It is arguably one of the most important things we do. If you're not in a group you're missing out. Click below for a list of groups, locations, and leaders! We can't wait to see you! Life is better together.
Our third annual volunteer appreciation banquet will be Sunday 11/15 at 7pm. Join us as we celebrate YOU! We're so grateful for every one of our incredible 'eTeam' members. You are the ones who make Everyday Church so amazing.
Breakfast In The Park
Join us for our first ever "Breakfast In the Park". Instead of meeting at the church, we'll meet at Lake Lillian Park in Belleview at 9am. We'll be serving breakfast to our community until the food runs out. Pancakes, sausage links, coffee, and juice. After that our team will lead in some music and Christmas carols and Pastor Randy will deliver a brief message.
This is a fantastic opportunity to get out of your comfort zone, serve others, and live on mission, as we reach outside of the walls of our church building.
Outdoor Christmas Movie & Pics With Santa
Join us for our fifth annual outdoor Christmas movie and free pics with Santa. This year, we're going to revisit the classics -- 'A Charlie Brown Christmas' and 'Frosty the Snowman'.
We'll have popcorn, Christmas cookies, cotton candy, games, and more fun than you've had in a while.
Bring a lawn chair or a blanket to sit on.
Pics with Santa begin at 5pm.(Temp checks and face coverings are required for pictures)
'A Charlie Brown Christmas'will begin at 6pm.
'Frosty the Snowman' will begin at 7pm.
Everything is free. So grab your family, friends, and neighbors and come on.
Three Men and a Baby Christmas Production
You'll laugh, you'll cry, and the whole family will be encouraged by this one-of-a-kind Christmas production called 'Three Men and A Baby'.
Regular service time -- 10am
Read God's Word With Us
The benefits of reading the Bible are amazing. But so many people say they don't know where to start. We totally get that, so read along with us. We're currently reading through the book of Mark in the New Testament. We're using a method called "SOAP" or "Life Journaling". Here's how it works:
SOAP is an acronym that stands for Scripture, Observation, Application, and Prayer. Simply read the assigned text, then journal about it.
S - Scripture - Write down a specific verse or 2 that stood out to you.
O - Write down what you observed (or what stood out to you about that/those verse(s).
A - Write down how that verse(s) applies to your life.
P - Pray about what you just read and how you'll use it in your life.
That's it! Super simple. Don't make it more difficult than it needs to be. When journaling, we recommend keeping it short. You're not trying to write a book (unless you are trying to write a book). Keep it brief and to the point.
Check out this video that details the benefits of reading the Bible regularly.