Tuesday, May 9, 2017

EPC Team Forming to Ride Elephant Rock, June 4

An EPC team of cyclists is forming to ride with Team Zimbabwe in the Elephant Rock Cycling Festival, June 4. 

Time is running short. If you'd like to ride or donate to the EPC team, Elizabeth Riders in the Sky, contact team captain, Phil Wood (woodwritings@gmail.com) or visit www.zimpartnership.org/team-zimbabwe

Whether you choose to register and ride, or simply donate, be sure to select Elizabeth Riders in the Sky, or search for Phil Wood's team as the team you're supporting.

The team is riding to help raise funds for the Zimbabwe Mission Partnership, benefitting Iris, and over 800 orphans and desperate children just like her, at Heather Chimhoga Orphan Care in northern Zimbabwe.

Friday, April 7, 2017

Easter Cantata to Kick Off Holy Week at EPC

An Easter Cantata, performed by the EPC Choir and friends, will be presented at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. Palm Sunday at Elizabeth Presbyterian Church.

Under the direction of John Dahm, accompanied by pianist Susan Spear, and narrated by Marc Grivas, the choir aims to express God's endless love for the world in a moving musical and worship experience entitled, "What Love Is This?" The cantata walks through the last days of Christ's earthly life from the jubilant entrance into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday to the difficult days of rejection and crucifixion to the triumphant resurrection of Easter Sunday.

The music, ranging from celebratory to contemplative, was composed by Lloyd Larson, Mary McDonald, Brad Nix, Marty Parks and Larry Shackley.

Child care will be available at both service.

Potluck lunch to follow 10:30 performance.

Following the second performance, EPC will host a potluck lunch across the street at the American Legion Hall. All are welcome.

Holy Week continues with services on Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter morning.

Bring the kids and come join us for an interactive experience including the baking of unleavened bread and the washing of feet, as we seek to fully understand what Jesus and his disciples experienced during this unforgettable week in Christian history.
On Good Friday, you are invited to experience the Passion of Christ and the true freedom we have thanks to his amazing work of love on the cross.
And on Easter morning, we will celebrate the resurrection of our Savior, the joy of of his presence among us, and the hope of eternal life through him.

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

CTI Traveling Praise Band Comes to EPC

The place will be rocking with praise music, drama and testimony on Sunday, January 15, when CTI 14:21 performs live at Elizabeth Presbyterian Church.

10:00 AM – Worship Service (one service only)
Young people from all over the Elizabeth area are invited. 
There will be no admission charge. A free-will offering will be taken.

The performance scheduled for Saturday evening, January 14
has been cancelled, but the Sunday morning concert
is still on! Bring your family, friends and neighbors
and join us.

CTI MUSIC MINISTRIES, www.ctimusic.org
ENCOURAGING the Body of Christ through 
music, testimony and drama. 
CHALLENGING Christians to action in 
response to the Great Commission.
SHARING the hope of Christ.

JOIN A BAND Live auditions after the 10 a.m. concert. CTI offers short and long-term mission opportunities. More info at the concert or at join.ctimusic.org.

You won't want to miss this great event. Be there for great music, drama 
and testimonies. CTI 14:21 rocks!

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Saturday Youth Service Cancelled for January 14

The Saturday Evening Youth Service is cancelled on January 14, but will pick up again January 21.

Lots of Middle and High School students and their families have been enjoying this all-new, innovative youth service on Saturday evenings from 5 till 6 pm, at Elizabeth Presbyterian Church.

The service features music, praise videos, interactive multi-media Bible study, prayer and family sharing. 

Come be a part of this exciting new thing that's happening!

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

EPC Fans to Make Trip to Coors Field

Join us for Faith Day at the Rockies, August 7

That's the day a bunch of EPC folks will be heading for Coors Field 
to watch the Rockies play Miami, followed by a concert
To learn more about Crowder and hear samples of his music click here.
This promises to be a hoot!
Tickets $25, contact Bob Tipton.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Excitement builds for mission trip to Wind River Reservation

Elizabeth Area YOUTH Group to travel
to Wind River, Wyoming.

Young people in the Elizabeth area are planning and working to raise funds for a trip to Wyoming this summer. Ministering to Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho families who make their homes on the reservation, the youth group will be painting and weatherizing homes, reaching out to children with Bible lessons, games, crafts and reading, and working with elderly residents, as well. 

Young people interested in registering for the trip need to call Elmoe at 303-916-2521. A $50 deposit is needed immediately. 

To raise funds in support of the trip, the youth group is having a yard sale at the church this Saturday, May 7. Anyone able to donate quality, sellable items may bring them to the church Saturday at 8 am, or call Elmoe to arrange pickup 303-916-2521.

According to Elmoe (youth pastor Tom Olmos), "This is a great opportunity for kids to experience life on the reservation, provide much needed help for people in need, and see some of the magnificent sights of the Wind River area. We hope folks will help make the yard sale a success so we can help kids cover the costs of the trip."

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Team Zimbabwe Raises $50,000 for Zimbabwe Orphans

Team Zimbabwe Huge Success. 

To date, the Team Zimbabwe Elephant Rock ride has raised about $57,000, 
a new, best-ever record, and donations are still coming in! 
With expenses estimated at $10,000, that means close to $50,000 
will go to the children at Heather Chimhoga Orphan Care, 
a 25 percent increase over last year. 

Riders from Elizabeth Presbyterian Church were a big part of this success. 
In all, EPC riders rode 125 miles and raised at least $1,300.
Teresa Bauer rode 40 miles, Tom Mottinger rode 29 miles, 
and riding eight miles each were Wayne and Allie Otte 
along with Phil, Ben, Susie, Gus and Henry Wood. 
Thank you Elizabeth Riders in the Sky! 
And to all those who supported the effort.

Team Zimbabwe is the fundraising arm of 
the Zimbabwe Mission Partnership (ZMP),
a partnership of 10 Denver area churches including
Elizabeth Presbyterian Church.

To find out more about the ZMP, visit www.ZimPartnership.org.
To learn about the many other missions supported 
by Elizabeth Presbyterian Church,