Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts.
At Eastminster, you can expect to sense God’s presence, God’s power, and God’s purpose. You will also feel the joy and warmth of the Body of Christ. We hope you will join us! This summer, we have two in-person services in addition to our online service. Our summer schedule begins June 5, 2022, and lasts until August 14, 2022.
- Jubilee Contemporary Worship: 10:15am in Thompson Hall
- Traditional Worship: 10:30am in the Sanctuary
- Online Service: 10:30am
Ways to Serve in the Music Ministry
When used for God’s glory, the spiritual gift of music inspires congregations to seek God’s heart. Do you have a musical gift? We would love you to serve in our ministry and help guide the emotions and spirits of our congregation to focus on the glory of our almighty God.
Visit our Traditional Worship service in the Sanctuary at Eastminster at 10:30am (June 5 – August 14, 2022). You will experience worship through hymns, sacraments, sermons, and other traditional worship elements. You will hear preaching that is both biblical and relevant to life today.
Jubilee Contemporary Worship
Visit our Jubilee Contemporary service in Thompson Hall at 10:15am (June 5 – August 14). You will experience worship through praise music and contemporary hymns led by worship team as well as messages from our pastors. Through lighting and technology, you will sense an environment of excitement.
Chancel Choir (Ages 16+)
Chancel Choir leads worship during the 9am and 11:15am Traditional Worship services. Choir rehearsals take place on Wednesday from 7:15pm – 8:30pm and on Sunday from 10:07am – 11am.
Jubilee Band (Ages 16+)
Jubilee Band leads our contemporary worship during the 11:15am Jubilee Contemporary Worship service. Band rehearsals are Sundays at 9am.
Memorial Handbells (Ages 16 +)
Memorial Handbells is the primary Handbell Choir for worship. Handbell rehearsals take place on Wednesday from 6pm – 7:30pm. Prior ringing experience is not required, but music reading skills are highly recommended.
Youth Band (8th Grade – 12th Grade)
Youth Band is an awesome way to share the gift God gave you in a fun and welcoming community. Youth Band practices every Wednesday from 6:30pm – 8pm.
Eastminster Children’s Afternoon Music Program (E.C.A.M.P)
(Ages K4- 5th Grade)
ECAMP, working in conjunction with Eastminster’s Children Ministry, was created to meet the spiritual and musical needs of its K4 – 5th Grade participants. ECAMP, which is comprised of Treblemakers and JAM participants, meets in the Sanctuary on Sundays from 5pm – 6pm for devotions, songs, percussion, and musical activities.
Jesus and Me (J.A.M) (Ages K4 – 1st Grade)
JAM is a musical group for children ages K4 to 1st Grade and meets on Sundays from 5pm – 6:30pm in the Gray Music Room. At JAM, our youngest musicians have a Bible study, learn musical concepts, learn how to use their voices while work with others singers to glorify God, and begin learning how to become worship leaders.
The Treblemakers (Ages 2nd – 5th Grade)
The Treblemakers is a musical group for children ages 2nd to 5th Grade. It meets on Sundays from 5pm – 6:30pm in the Sanctuary. Elementary singers work in harmony to glorify God and become worship leaders while continuing musical concepts and Bible study.
Saved With Amazing Grace (S.W.A.G) (Ages 1st – 5th Grade)
SWAG is a fellowship group for children ages 1st through 5th Grade that meets on Sundays from 5pm – 6:30pm. SWAG follows a theme that is explored through music, fellowship, service to others, or a bible study.
In Jesus Christ, God calls people to faith and membership in the Church, the body of Christ. Baptism is the visible sign of that call and claim on a human life and of entrance into the membership of the church.
Marriage is a gift from God. Modeled after Christ’s love for the church and rooted in Genesis 2, “therefore a man leaves his father and his mother and clings to his wife and they become one flesh,” the couple make a covenant with God and one another. Mindful that marriage is both a gift from God and also a way to honor God, it is good and fitting that marriage vows are shared in the context of a special Worship Service, after pre-marital conversations have taken place. Recognizing the covenantal nature of marriage vows, Eastminster’s sanctuary is not available for public use. Eastminster members who would like to have your wedding ceremony in the sanctuary should contact the church.
A funeral or memorial service is a witness to the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ and a celebration of the life of the deceased. The service is based on the Lord’s Day Service, and the last word spoken always reveals the promise of eternal life through Jesus Christ.
The Peace Service is a service of healing and wholeness that *usually occurs the second Sunday of every even month at 4pm in the Adult Reception Hall. (*There will be no Peace Service on August 14.) While attending the Peace Service, you will sense the presence of the Holy Spirit at work in your life. It is a time to worship and hear from God in an intimate and quiet way. The service includes a short message, communion, and a time of prayer.