What should you expect when you visit?

Walking into a new church for the first time can be a little scary. However, knowing what to expect can help ease the anxiety of visiting us for the first time. If you visit during one of our Sunday morning worship services, here is what you will find…
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We Worship Through Music

Every Sunday we worship our Savior, Jesus Christ, through music and singing. “Blended” is the best word to describe our worship style…which simply means we utilize both contemporary praise chorus as well as classic hymns. We have a live Praise Band comprised of musicians who love the Lord and love using their talents for His glory.

We Worship Through Prayer

Prayer is a very important part of every worship service; therefore, we include times of corporate prayer each Sunday. If you would like for us to pray for you, please complete the Prayer & Praise request form by downloading the Eastern Oaks App or by selecting the option below.

We Worship Through the word

Here at Eastern Oaks, we still believe the Bible is true and relevant for our daily lives. Each week we spend 30-40 minutes studying and discussing God’s Word and how it applies to us. For some, this may not sound very interesting; however, we encourage you to give it a try. There are many ways to describe the Bible…but “boring” isn’t one of them. It is the most exciting and fascinating book you will ever come across, and we promise it will change your life. 

We Worship Through Giving

Each and every week our members worship through the giving of our tithes and offerings. We believe everything belongs to God, and we are merely stewards of His amazing resources. As His stewards, it is our great privilege to give back to Him as an act of worship, obedience, and to help proclaim the Gospel by funding the work of His church. However, if you are visiting with us, please do not feel pressured to give if you are uncomfortable in doing so. 

We Worship Through the Communion

Once a month, we gather together to partake of The Lord’s Supper (Communion). The Lord’s Supper is an act of worship meant to remind us of the sacrificial death of our Savior, Jesus Christ. It is truly a powerful and moving experience and serves to remind us of Jesus’ amazing love for each of us.