SAVE THE DATE
Join us for a morning of fellowship, refreshment, and encouragement as we explore our roles, relationships, and identity in Christ.
Come as early as 7 AM to walk on the beach, drink coffee, or just sit on the porch and enjoy fellowship. Breakfast bar available 7 AM – 10AM.
Workshops to begin at 10 AM.
Invite a Friend!
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 843-849-6111
Stay after church this Sunday - 10/15 - for a meal and a packing party!
Don't forget to stop by the Missions Committee bulletin board and pick-up your stickers. Bring your items so they can be be packed in bags and sent to the children of Haiti in time for Christmas!
Join us for a night of Christmas music, Christmas punch and - you guessed it - Christmas cookies! We will be reading through our Cantata and enjoying some fun, food and fellowship! If you are not normally in the choir but are interested in singing for the Christmas Cantata, please join us for this rehearsal. Any questions contact Greg 843.849.6111
A Taste of India
The EB Missions Committee invites everyone
Friday ~Sept 22 6:30
The program will bepresented by our Missionary serving in India
Entrée, rice and lentil dishes provide.
Please bring veggies, fruit & desserts
Please rsvp office or sign-up on the church calendar. Click on "calendar" on home page
Class 1 led by Rich Wylly, "Genesis and Grace: Seeing Jesus in the Book of Genesis." Seeing Jesus in the Covenant of Works, Noah, Abraham and his offspring with a special look at Genesis 3:15 (the whole Gospel in a single verse).
Class 2 led by Rick Owens, "I, II, and III John and Jude". John in the epistles writes, "that your joy may be complete" (I Jn 1:4); "that you may not sin" (I Jn 2:1); "that you may know that you have eternal life" (I Jn 5:13); to encourage love for one another (I Jn 4:11) and to respond to false teaching (I Jn 2:22).
Upcoming Meeting Reminders
July 16, NO MEETING
July 23, Battery Park (downtown) "The Call of Abram"
July 30, Sullivan's Island Beach, "God's Covenant with Abram"
August 6, Hampton Park (downtown) "The Birth of Isaac"
August 13, Waterfront Park, Mt. Pleasant, "The Call to Sacrifice Isaac"
Cara Paul, our Children's Ministry Coordinator, will be leaving her position the end of this month. Cara has been with us for 10 years, and we would like to recognize her service with a reception following the Morning Worship Service on Sunday, July 23. Donations of finger foods will be appreciated.
Cara will be going on a mission trip to India in January. If you would like to make a contribution to her trip in recognition of her service to Eastbridge, please make a check payable to Seacoast Church.
A basket will be provided for any notes of appreciation to her and mission trip contributions at the reception.
This is the 23rd annual summer tour for the choir, which is which is composed of approximately 30 students, grades 9-12, and accompanied by college and adult leaders.
The group's choral repertoire features a diverse selection of styles, including sacred classical, hymns, folk, spirituals and popular sacred music.
Several vocal and instrumental solos will also be included int he 50-minute sacred program, which is followed by a short performance of choreographed popular selections, presented by the Senior High Ensemble.
The concert is free and open to the public.
Maundy Thursday, also known as “Holy Thursday,” is the Thursday of Passion Week, one day before Good Friday (the Friday before Easter). Maundy Thursday is the name given to the day on which Jesus celebrated the Passover with His disciples, known thereafter as the Lord’s Supper.
Jesus celebrated the Last Supper with His disciples and thereby instituted this sacramental covenant meal called Communion (Luke 22:19-20).
The word Maundy is derived from the Latin word for “command.” The “Maundy” in “Maundy Thursday” refers to the command Jesus gave to the disciples at the Last Supper, that they should love and serve one another. It is good to celebrate the Last Supper on this evening in which it was inaugurated remembering Jesus’ sacrifice on our behalf.
It is our custom to enjoy this sacrament together on that evening in a very intimate and unique way. Congregants come forward individually or as a family and receive the elements from one of our elders who then takes a few moments to lift that individual or family in prayer. It is arguably the most intimate moment in the entire year for our church in which our oneness in Christ and his love for us is so warmly cherished together. Come, worship, and be blessed.