Services





 

 


Sunday:
9:00am Traditional Worship 
10:00am LifeGroup (Sunday School) 
11:00am Contemporary Worship 
6:00pm Evening Worship 


Wednesday:
6:30pm AWANA / Xtreme Student Life / Adult Bible Study


Sunday's at East Union 

There's something special about worshiping together with friends and family. You won't want to miss out on any of East Union's worship services. Check them out!

Traditional Worship Service (9:00 am)

If you like getting up early then the early service is for you. You will experience a powerful and life changing worship as we worship with the choir, special music and Brother Paul's message.  

LifeGroups  (10:00 am)
We encourage everyone to take advantage of one of our great LifeGroups (Sunday school classes). We have several LifeGroups that focus on providing two things: great Bible study and an opportunity to connect with other believers. Please find Brother Jaycob in the foyer area and he will be more than glad to help you find the best LifeGroup for you.  

Contemporary Worship Service (11:00 am)
If 9am is too early for you, then the second service is a perfect fit for you. You will experience exciting and engaging worship as we worship with praise band & singers, special music and Brother Paul's message. 


Evening Service (6:00 pm)
Sunday night's at East Union are always super special. You might hear from a staff pastor, a special question speaker, from one of our missionaries, preschool choir, children's choir, youth led night and more. It's always a good time of worship and connection with friends and family. 

Wednesday's at East Union
 

AWANA (6:30-7:30 pm)(Nursery to 5th grade)The name AWANA comes from the first letters of the phrase "approved workmen are not ashamed" (2 Timothy 2:15). AWANA is a ministry that helps parents raise their children to know, love and serve Christ. It is a Bible based children's program that is centered on the gospel and makes scripture memorization fun. 

Our AWANA club takes place every Wednesday night from 6:30pm to 7:30pm for children in Kindergarten through 5th grade. The typical club night will contain the following segments:
Opening Ceremony - Club nights begin with a large group rally that includes pledges, music and general announcements.
Handbook Time - The group is separated into clubs based on a child's grade in school. Children work one-on-one with a trained leader to finish assignments in their curriculum handbooks. Memorizing and understanding key Bible verses teach children to know and follow God.
Large Group Time - Clubbers (children) and leaders gather together for singing, club announcements and, most importantly, a practical Bible message.
Game Time - On the AWANA game circle, clubbers unleash their energy while learning teamwork and sportsmanship. 

 

Xtreme Student Life (6:30-7:30 pm)
(6th to 12th grades)

Here at East Union we encourage and compel our students to grow spiritually by using a ministry we call XSLife (Xtreme Student Life). XSLife gathers hundreds of students together for two reasons: to know God and to make Him known. Discovering who God is happens when our Youth Minister leaders, Doug Goodman, Matt Terry and Tanner Stoops, share the gospel during a worship service and when our awesome youth leaders share the gospel in small group bible studies. You never know what's gonna happen during XSLife but it will always be an engaging and life changing night. 

Adult Bible Study 6:30-7:30 pm
We encourage our adults to serve in AWANA and Xtreme Student Life but if those ministries are not a good fit for you, then you need to know about our adult Bible study. Paul Roberts, Senior Pastor, leads out in a time of intimate prayer and practical Bible study in the sanctuary. If you're in a place where you need to be fed and encouraged by the Word of God then you need to check out the adult Bible study.