Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Annual Spaghetti Dinner and Praise Concert




























You're invited for a spaghetti dinner and a live concert by the Elizabeth Presbyterian Church Praise Band. Bring your family. Bring your friends. Everyone's invited!

Join us for a great night of fun, food, fellowship and music by some of the best musicians in the county. 

The spaghetti dinner starts at 6 pm at the American Legion Hall, kitty corner across the street from the church.

The concert starts at 7 pm at the church, 325 S. Banner Street in Elizabeth.

Tickets are $2.00. All proceeds go to Families in Need, a program of the EPC Deacons to help Elbert County families with essential expenses such as utilities and rent. 

There's always something going on at Elizabeth Presbyterian Church. We look forward to seeing you Saturday, September 30!






Friday, August 11, 2017

Car Show at EPC August 27


























Lots and lots of vintage, classic and just plain cool cars, trucks and motorcycles will be gathering soon at Elizabeth Presbyterian Church for the second annual Chariots of Fire Car, Truck and Motorcycle Show.

You're invited to show or just come and see some of the most beautiful chariots in the Elizabeth region. Invite your friends and come enjoy a great afternoon.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 27 AT NOON

ELIZABETH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

325 SOUTH BANNER STREET

Awards will be given in several categories, based on popular votes. 

We'll have free hot dogs and beverages on hand for everybody.

And registration is free, too.

To pre-register online click here.

Or call 303-646-4825, or email elizpresby@gmail.com and provide your name, email address, phone #, plus the make model and year of your vehicle, and whether or not it's for sale. 

The show starts at noon, but please come early and join us for worship before the show (8:30 or 10:30).


Thursday, July 27, 2017

Schedule Your Portrait Session at EPC


Friends: You are invited to participate 
in our upcoming photography event
at Elizabeth Presbyterian Church.


Each participating family (or individual)
will receive a complimentary 8 x 10 photo.
You'll also have the opportunity to purchase
additional photos as gifts for families or friends.
And you will receive a free copy of our new EPC directory.

The photography sessions will take place 
in the EPC fellowship area at the following times.

Saturday, September 9 – from 10 am till 6 pm
Sunday, September 10 – from 12 pm till 6 pm
Monday, September 11 – from 2 pm till 9 pm
Tuesday, September 12 – from 2 pm till 9 pm

Here are three ways to schedule your photo session.

1. Call Cathy Ramsey at 303-646-3218, or

2. Email Cathy at cathyandjimramsey@gmail.com, or

3. Schedule online by clicking this link and following the instructions below. 


1.  Select the number in your group.
2.  When the calendar pops up, click on the day you want to schedule.
3.  When the available portrait session times pop up, select your preferred time by clicking "book it." 
Note:  You may notice some appointment times designated as "reserved." These are set as a way to manage the flow and provide your family with the best experience. Please do not select a "reserved" time for your appointment. 
4. Once you have booked a time, you will be prompted to enter your name, phone number, etc. Once you have filled in the required information, click on "Finalize Portrait Session."

You will be able to preview your photos and make selections
immediately after your photo session.

You will have an option to include a short bio 
to go with you photo in the church directory. 
Tell your story! Have fun!

We are also inviting the community to participate.
If you know someone who is not an EPC member but would like
to have a family portrait taken, receive a free 8x10
and have an opportunity to purchase more photos and different sizes,
please let them know about this.

There will be an EPC deacon present during all sessions
to help if needed.

We are excited about his opportunity to create 
a new picture directory for our church 
and also reach out to our community at the same time.
If you have any questions, please call Cathy Ramsey, Deacon Moderator,


Sunday, July 16, 2017

VBS for Kids AND Adults!
























Come Camp Out with Us and Get S'more of Jesus!

This year, we're doing VBS in the evening, 
so families can enjoy the experience together.
Call 303-646-4825 to register
or to volunteer to help.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

EPC Praise Band to Rock the Town


PRAISE BAND IN THE SQUARE

3 PM, SATURDAY, JULY 29

EAST KIOWA AT MAIN STREET

ALSO APPEARING – THE VBS SINGERS

SEE YOU THERE!

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.