ECBF Events and News
Emerson Elementary Staff Party
Friday, June 16th @ 2:30 pm
We will again be blessing the staff with food and drinks for their year-end staff party! If you would like to bring or serve food for this event, please email Mike Nienaber at firstname.lastname@example.org and include the appetizer (meat balls, mini-quiche, taquitos, etc.), salad or dessert you will bring.
Ladies Movie Night
Friday, June 16th
Mark your Calendar - Ladies Movie Night - June 16th
Ladies Movie Night with our sisters at Damascus Baptist Church. Join other women for fellowship over dinner at 6:00 pm and viewing the movie “Fences” at 7:00 pm. We will meet in the B.A. Taylor Educational Center at 5237 Rainier Ave. South.
June 17th from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Do you want to learn more about the vision, mission and values ofECBF? Have you been around for awhile and decided you want to become a member?DiscoverECBFis for YOU! Join usSaturday, June 17th from9:00 am - 12:00 pmatECBF. RSVP by June 15th to email@example.com.
Emerson Elementary Field Day
Friday, June 23rd from 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Emerson Elementary has asked ECBF to come support the various games and stations they will have set up at this year's Field Day. Come out Friday, June 23rd from 10:30-1:30pm and enjoy this great opportunity for our church to love on the students during this fun event! Contact Mike Nienaber at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
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.
September 22nd to 24th
Join hundreds of women from the Pacific Northwest
Conference for a weekend of fellowship, growth, and
Freedom Schools Registration Open
Registration for this summer's Freedom Schools program is now open! Freedom Schools is a 6-week literacy day camp for elementary and middle school students that focuses on civil rights themes, part of our Urban Impact partnership. Cost is $250 for the first scholar, $220 for any additional siblings.Click here to register. More details available on the Urban Impact website, or contact Martin Saunders.