Worship With Us

We worship every Sunday morning at 10 AM at 473 Merrimac Trail. Our service is also live streamed on our YouTube channel (Eastside Administration). We can't wait to worship with you!

Children's Ministry

To best serve our families, we need more volunteers so we can open a second children’s ministry room by May 2. If you are interested in becoming a member of this loving team, please contact Heather Sowers at .

SONGS FOR SUNDAY

Lyrics for this week’s songs can be found by clicking on the links below:

alive in you

amazing grace

great are you lord

reckless love

Eastside Update Newsletters

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Eastside Update Newsletters

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Eastside Church Updates

Praying Together

Improve your prayer skills and continue your growth in Christ...come join us for community prayer Monday through Saturday mornings and Thursday evenings via Conference Call!  

Have you ever called in for prayer time? Join us and pray silently or pray aloud. Read Scripture or soak it in. Eastside prays in community Monday-Saturday by teleconference. Check below for daily prayer sheets with responsive readings to enhance your prayer time.  Phone number to dial in is 1.425.436.6330.

Click below for the verses and responsive readings we will follow during our prayer time.

Monday Prayer

Tuesday Prayer

Wednesday Prayer

Thursday Prayer

Friday Prayer

Saturday Prayer


Reading Scripture Together

We are a church committed to reading scripture...

Daily S.O.A.P. 

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Join us for daily S.O.A.P and Biblical Teaching!  S.O.A.P. is an acronym to help us as we spend time reading the Bible and thinking about how it applies to our lives.  Scripture, Observation, Application and Prayer are the four components of S.O.A.P.. Click here for detailed instructions and worksheet or our latest S.O.A.P Schedule.

Below Doug walks us through the simple process of using the S.O.A.P. method.

What is S.O.A.P.?


Caring for our Neighborhood

We are a neighborhood church...we care about helping our community!

We care about our community especially during this time of uncertainty.  Turning Point at Eastside appointments are available by phone.  House of Mercy continues to help the community pull together and help those in need.  WJCC Schools and WJCC Community Food Resources have programs available during this time.  Learn more about those and our additional local resources & Eastside Church ministries here.  

Community Care


Giving

Membership Information


Contact Us

Office: , (757) 808-5304

To reach the pastor directly:
Doug Bunn, Pastor: , (757) 871-0663