We are continuing to be intentional about hospitality at Evangel, and want to take every opportunity to make our guests, regular attenders, and members feel welcome and at home. In the coming months, we will be improving our welcome in several ways. Connect Cards. Soon we will begin recording attendance with
You may have noticed some changes in the music at Evangel over the last year. These changes are not random, but are the result of much prayer, wise council, study, and effort toward a cohesive and obedient worship that draws our hearts toward God. First, how are the songs chosen? Once the sermon is outlined,
As you may have noticed in recent weeks, ushering has changed a bit. Evangel’s tradition of providing a bulletin as congregants enter the sanctuary has shifted both in form and in purpose. The changes are small but notable, so an explanation is due. What’s changed is that instead of having two points of contact, there
Ever since the days of the early church, Christians have used symbols to both embody the essence of their faith and to identify themselves as belonging to Christ. Whether it be through the famous Ichthys fish symbol with the Greek letters for “Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior” inside (ΙΧΘΥΕ) or through the various versions
Be watching for some new interior signs around the hallways of our buildings, making it easier for guests to find where they need to go. We want everyone to feel welcome and at ease in our space, and these directional signs will be help accomplish that hospitality goal.
Did you hear? Evangel has a church library and changes are happening there. No, it doesn’t look different—still books on shelves, but in a few months, you will be able to view the church library’s entire book catalog from wherever you have internet access. How convenient is that? So far, we have the over-300-book
As you serve Evangel with your gifts, I’d like to encourage you to recall that something as simple as mowing our grass is Kingdom work. In Genesis 2:15 God issued man the creation mandate, “The Lord God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of
Recently Jenny and I had a group of people over for dinner. As we began to prepare for our company, we started looking at the condition of our house. We were surprised by how much we needed to clean up and rearrange so that when people came, we could feel comfortable hosting them and they