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DISTINCTIVES

WE ARE IN THE WORD

The Bible informs, transforms, and saturates everything we do at EBC. Our preaching, Bible studies, and worship gatherings are centered on God's infallible and all-sufficient truth.

WE ARE FAMILY INTEGRATED

Families matter a great deal to us, and our heart is to have families worshiping Christ together. Unlike the world where ages are separated, and the chasm of a generation gap widens, the church is a place where both young and mature gather together to pour into each other’s lives, and that “gap” is bridged by the gospel. Part of who we are at EBC is working to have “multigenerational continuity,” that is generations serving, encouraging, and loving each other to Christ.

We are family. We worship and serve together.

WE ARE HISTORIC

We recognize that we stand on the shoulders of giants and are the direct result of a Christian heritage passed down throughout the ages. Looking back through history, we see how God has been faithful to the Church, and moving forward, God has given us the opportunity to continue that historic proclamation that salvation is by GRACE ALONE through FAITH ALONE in CHRIST ALONE according to the SCRIPTURES ALONE to GOD ALONE BE THE GLORY.

WE ARE SERVANT LED

Christ is the Chief Shepherd of our church. He has graciously gifted us with biblically qualified men who serve and lead the body in unity.

WE ARE MISSIONAL

God has called us to get the gospel right and get the gospel out. Missions are a constant emphasis in everything we do, whether through local outreach efforts or in the foreign field. We are constantly speaking of missions, strategizing about mission projects, and praying for our missionaries all over the world.

Understand there is one thing you cannot do in heaven: reach the lost without Christ.

WE ARE COMPASSIONATE

We all come from different walks of life and experience various struggles. The Bible teaches us that we are to love our neighbor as ourselves. (Matt. 22:37-40, Rom. 13:8-10)  Here at EBC, we recognize that life is challenging, and people struggle; therefore, God has given the church the ability and capacity to meet those difficulties with grace and mercy. Like Christ, who looked out at the multitude and had compassion, we, too, want to have the eyes of Christ to see the hurting and go to them with the gospel.

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