ECBF Events and News
ECC Night Out Against Crime
August 1st from 5:30 -8:00 pm
You are welcome to attend National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday. August 1 at 5:30-8:00 pm on the outside patio on the 2nd floor of Emerald City Commons. If you are interested in volunteering for the event, please contact Mike firstname.lastname@example.org. Please come and enjoyed free food, entertainment, and fellowship with your neighbors as we learn more about safety. It's potluck style so feel free to bring a dish, but it is not required.
Urban Impact Fest
Saturday, August 26th from 12-3pm
Urban Impact is turning 30! Please come with your family to celebrate what God has done for UI the past 30 years. Saturday, August 26th from 12-3pm. There will be live music, food trucks, bouncy house and much more! See you there!
ECC Movie Night
Friday, August 25th at 7:30pm
Please join Emerald City Commons for a movie underneath the stars on Friday, August 25th at 7:30pm on the outside patio on the 2nd floor of Emerald City Commons. Please bring your own seat: pillows & blankets, but free snacks will be provided. Look forward to see you at the movie.
Urban Impact Cornhole Tournament
Saturday, August 26th from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Urban Impact and ECBF are hosting a Cornhole Tournament to raise $7,000 for community, family, and school engagement. Find a skilled Cornhole partner, get registered, and start fundraising. The registration fee is $50 per person. Don’t wait, because there are 16 teams that can registered for the tournament (it is first come, first serve). There will be awesome prizes like a gold Cornhole set and Seahawks Tickets Visit the Urban Impact website to register.
Blues for Mr. Charlie by James Baldwinproduced by The Williams Project
September 7th to 9th from 7:00 -10:00 pm and September 10th 1:00 - 4:00pm
This play was written in response to the murder of Emmett Till and the subsequent acquittal of his murderer. Though it doesn't shy away from the rage such violence generates, it also refuses to dehumanize anyone. It puts America on trial, compassionately. Unfortunately, the questions it asks are still incredibly relevant . The play is most effective and necessary right now because it seems to say that only with brutal honesty and by engaging the whole community can we start to honestly deal with the legacy of our country. Please note the content of this play is not suitable for children under 16 (except at parents' discretion). September 7th to 10th @ ECBF.
September 22nd to 24th
Join hundreds of women from the Pacific Northwest
Conference for a weekend of fellowship, growth, and
Racial Reconciliation Book Clubs
These are happening throughout the summer hosted by our friends at Bellevue First Presbyterian Church. If you have read or have been wanting to read any of these outstanding books and would like to have a venue to discuss them, check out the list of books and the meeting dates, times and locations here.