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Welcome to Eastbridge Presbyterian Church

Our Mission

As the bridges of Charleston link the various islands and peninsulas of our beautiful low country making us one community in our geography – we have been called to build spiritual and personal bridges of understanding and relationship with each other within our church and with others throughout our region and the world. We are EastBRIDGE. We exist to build connectedness and heal brokenness. As we do so, our Triune God becomes better known and honored. HIS bridge building passions were supremely demonstrated in sending his Son, our Savior, to cross the great divide between himself and us that was created by our sin. Therefore, in reliance upon his Holy Spirit, may our God, who unites us to himself, and to one another, be glorified by establishing these sturdy, durable connections we call, “Gospel bridges”, to each other.

How do I get connected?

Church Office Hours

Monday – Thursday 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Friday – 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Service Times

Sunday School | All Ages

9:30 AM

Worship | Children’s Church and Child Care Provided

10:30 AM

Check out a Community Group

Community groups are Bible study and fellowship groups that meet mostly on Sunday evenings at 5:00 PM.  They are composed of 6 to 12 people and are always open to new members. A few groups meet during the week and are also open to new members. Call the church office at 843.849.6111 or email office@eastbridge.org.

Attend the Inquirer’s Class

The Inquirer’s class is led by Pastor Steel and held periodically normally following the Sunday worship service. The class is combined with a meal and usually takes about 4 weeks to complete. The Inquirer’s classes are designed to help you learn more about Eastbridge Presbyterian Church, our beliefs, and membership requirements. Call the church office to inquire about when the next class starts.

How do I become a member?

Recent Sermons

From the Pastor's Study

  • Elements of Worship
    Posted on September 8, 2014

    Worship is a conversation with God. He speaks in and through his Word and we respond to that Word with worship. Possibly the simplest definition of worship is this: “Spirit directed response to the Word of God”. Some say it is Spirit directed response to the presence of God, which is true. But, we believe […]

  • The Elements of Corporate Worship and the Logic of Their Order – Part 3
    Posted on May 23, 2013

    In the previous two articles we discussed the Prelude and Musical Meditation, the Call to Worship and the Hymn of Praise or Adoration, the Prayer of Adoration, the Confession of Faith and the Confession of Sin. Now we are ready to examine the Reception of Pardoning Grace. It is appropriate after confessing and repenting of […]

  • The Elements of Corporate Worship and the Logic of Their Order – Part 2
    Posted on May 16, 2013

    Having declared our praise to God through song and prayer at the beginning of our worship service we next affirm our commitment to him through a Confession of Faith. Confessions of Faith can be taken directly from Scripture or from one of the great creeds which summarize aspects of what we believe concerning God and […]

  • The Elements of Corporate Worship and the Logic of Their Order – Part 1
    Posted on May 9, 2013

    Worship is a conversation with God. He speaks in and through his Word and we respond to that Word with worship. Possibly the simplest definition of worship is this: “Spirit directed response to the Word of God”. Some say it is Spirit directed response to the presence of God, which is true. But, we believe […]

  • Reflections on Corporate Worship
    Posted on December 6, 2012

    The session has encouraged me to write some things and share them with you about our philosophy of corporate worship. As you can imagine this is a huge subject and any handling of the topic will unavoidably leave some things out – even important things. With that in mind I would like to address 4 […]

  • Letter to the Congregation
    Posted on October 9, 2012

    Dear Eastbridge Congregation, From time to time I will be sending you a small electronic newsletter designed to introduce or reinforce some things from the Scriptures or plans for the church. Sometimes it will simply be an expansion on a sermon or sermons. This is the first example of such a newsletter. I am so proud […]