Parents’ Night Out – Signature Page & Flyer

You have come to this page because you are interested in the Parents’ Nights Out, hosted here at EVCC.  Hopefully you secured your place by filling out the form on the Parents’ Night Out page.  (Pre-registration is required (Please pre-register by end of day on the Wednesday prior to the event. Follow this link to register.)
 
It is also necessary for you to fill out the PDF permission form that is linked below, and to return it to the church on the night of the event.
 
Also, if you’d like to let others know, we have a printable flyer you can share with your friends. See links below.
Parents’ Night Out Permission
Fill out, sign, and bring with you.
Parents’ Night Out Flyer
Print and share with your friends.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Parents’ Night Out & online registration.


Parents’ Night Out

Do you need a break?  We have several dates for Parents’ Night Out!  Pre-registration is required. See the form below.
 
Who: Children: babies to 5th grade
What: FREE childcare for the night (dinner included)
Where: East Vancouver Community Church 12415 SE 7th Street Vancouver, WA 98683
When: Four Dates
 — May 31st 6-9pm
 — June 21st 6-9pm
 — July 26th 6-9pm
 — August 23rd 6-9pm
 
Pre-Registration is required. Limited space available.
 
Use the simple form below to secure your place.
 


All Church Worship Night

Wednesday, January 9th
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Join us for this special night of worship.
 
(After our Wednesday night dinner on January 9, 2019)


Men’s Breakfast / First Saturdays

 
Men’s Breakfast
First Saturday of each month
Join us for Devotions and fellowship
And a good, good breakfast!


Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

Join Us on Christmas Eve
at 5:00 pm for our Christmas Eve Celebration and Candlelight Service


Christmas Breakfast – December 23

 
Join Us!
9:00am Sunday Morning, December 23rd
for our Annual Christmas Breakfast


Parents’ Night Out – December 21

Friday, December 21
5:00 – 9:00pm
 
 
Who: Preschool – 5TH Grade
 
What: 4 hours of free child care courtesy of East Vancouver Community Church, the last Friday Before Christmas!
 
Where: East Vancouver Community Church 12415 SE 7th St 98683
 
When: Friday, December 21st, 5:00pm-9:00pm
 
Why: To shine the love of Christ by assisting families.


Christmas Mini Series

Join Us
Wednesdays in December – 5th, 12th and 19th
 
Dinner at 6:00pm
 
Christmas Mini Series at 7:00
Including:
Carols
Messages of Christmas
Hot Chocolate Bar
Yummy Goodies
Celebration of Jesus!
 


Share Him

“See to it that no one takes you captive by philosophy and empty deceit, according to human tradition, according to the elemental spirits of the world, and not according to Christ.” Colossians 2:8 I was having a conversation with a guy at the park last week. As we spoke, it became very clear that he enjoyed many different philosophies…I could not keep up with him. Ever feel like you don’t know enough to talk to others about Jesus? There are many different philosophies, many different belief systems, along with many different arguments to help others align with your way of thinking. There is only One that is True…only One who is God…He was and is revealed in the man Christ Jesus. In Jesus “are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge” (Colossians 2:3). Therefore, when we are speaking to others about Him, don’t feel like you must have a clever argument and know everything. Jesus is the One people need to know. Jesus is the One people need to hear about. Jesus is the One who has all the answers. Tell People About Him! Next time you have an opportunity, try asking this question, “Who do you believe Jesus is?” Then, be ready to listen. And, be ready to share what the Bible says about Jesus! Helpful Tip: Studying up on the book of John is a great way to be ready to share with people Who Jesus Is! Have a Great Week!



I’m Alive!

“But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ – by grace you have been saved –” Ephesians 2:4-5

The day after Easter…

Celebrating Jesus’ resurrection with friends and family is exciting times! People getting baptized, others giving witness of being alive in Christ, hearing the word of God, singing praises to Jesus, eating good food…celebrating Easter is Awesome!

The big idea from yesterday’s message was, Be Alive in Christ!

It’s easy to have a spiritual lull after having a mountain top experience.

Rest is good…breaks are needed…although, we who are Alive in Christ should not allow ourselves to let down our spiritual defenses.

Being Alive in Christ is…

…to be set free from sin

…to be set free to love and live for Jesus

…to be set free to love others

…to tell others about Him

Let’s allow our actions and our words to reflect being Alive in Christ!

Suggestions on how to not let down your spiritual defenses:

  • Think on God’s Word
  • Pray
  • Love Others

Have a Great Week!