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NEW: In Person option starting September 20th!
Fall Study: A Life Worth Living
Thursdays 10AM (Zoom) OR Wednesday 6pm (in person)
The writer of Ecclesiastes 3 wonders what is the meaning of life? It’s an age old question for every age, and Yale professors Miroslav Volf, Matthew Croasmun, and Ryan McAnnlly-Linz have turned its exploration into the most popular class in school. Using thinkers and authors from many disciplines and perspectives, this book will lead us through explorations of the meaning of our own lives.
Zoom study led by Pastors Melodie and Thomas, in person study led by Bill Bevans.
Are you interested in what it means to be part of life at Eastridge?
Do you consider becoming a member of our community?
Join us for a time spent together in conversation about our faith tradition and what it means to be part of our faith community.
Light refreshments will be provided.
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The Sunrise Road Podcast
Season 2 is now online!
Our new podcast is now available! Join us on the Sunrise Road, with conversations that connect and weave hopefulness into the fabric of our shared lives.
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Eastridge's Strategic Discernment Process
An Update from Pastor Melodie
As the faith community of Eastridge Presbyterian Church, we are spending time together intentionally noticing where we are now. Now that we have celebrated 70 years and received the Leaderwise Bridgebuilder report. Now that the session has made some key discernments and we are able to gather information... read more
The 2022 Annual Report
The past few years, we have found it helpful to reflect on the past year’s ministry together, and do so again this year. We are both thankful for a continued working relationship with each other that fosters continued collaboration in our ministry in this community of faith. In many ways it was the year we were waiting for as all pandemic restrictions were fully lifted in the spring after another winter of illness and uncertainty (both of us got the dreaded COVID-19 virus in the winter months). As a result, the late spring and summer brought opportunities for larger gatherings and travel. We were glad for happy reunions and services with a full sanctuary ... read more
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