ADULT MINISTRIES Stephen Cha, Pastor of Adult Ministries, 414.228.5220 x208; Paul Kojis, Pastor of Life Groups, 414.852.0500
COMMUNICATIONS Michele Haffner, Communications Director, 414.228.5220 x211
Have you visited the new website? Get up-to-date event information; listen to the most recent sermon, link to Facebook, Pinterest (NEW), Flickr photos, and more. Take a minute and check it out this week! Attention podcast listeners: Pastor Matt’s sermons are now updated in iTunes.
COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION Adam Shidler, Pastor of Community Transformation, 414.228.5220 x243
The Bread of Healing Clinic is seeking people who wish to minister to patients by praying with them. If you would like to serve in this important way, please click here to go to the BOH Clinic volunteer opportunity page.
CONNECTIONS Vera Wolf, Pastor of Connections Ministries, 262.893.5542
EASTBROOK ACADEMY Dr. Alfredo Cintrón, Headmaster, 414.228.7905
Cans to Computers Recycling: The Student Council is collecting laptops, printers, printer cartridges, cell phones, digital cameras, MP3 players, and cans (any metal). Pick up a flyer at the Welcome Desk. Collection bins available near the entrances. Contact Shelley Sopa, email@example.com.
FAMILY, YOUTH, & CHILDREN Leslie Osborne, Pastor of Family Ministries, 414.228.5220 x225
Please register your children. New sign up practices begin this weekend. If your children are not registered, you will be required to register before your child can participate in Children's Ministry events. Please use our new form (only one is needed per family) and update your information even if you have been registered in the past.
The River Clean Up is Sat. April 21. Meet at 9:00am in the Eastbrook Church south parking lot. We are hosting a site during the Milwaukee River keeper’s clean up. If you register on line the bags, gloves, and FREE Adult T-SHIRTS are provided. YOU provide the hands and energy to pick up trash, litter, and the bizarre and interesting pieces of garbage that somehow find their way into our beautiful river system. Children must be accompanied by a parent. Wear boots! It is helpful to bring your own gloves, as well as rakes or shovels. Here is our opportunity to reach out to our neighbors and to demonstrate being good stewards of God’s earth. Please register at the Milwaukee River Keeper's website; register for the Lincoln Creek site.
We are developing a team of Hallway Monitors responsible for helping direct children and parents, as well as ensure the safety and security of our children’s areas during Sunday services. If you are interested in serving, please contact Pastor Jay Rhodes, 414.801.0154.
NATIONS Elie Hasbani, Nations Pastor, 414.228.5220 x224
Next weekend, April 21 and 22 is Global Gateway where we will celebrate India in our worship services. We will experience Indians songs in worship and hear a testimony from Brother Ravi Narasimhan of Yeshu Samaj in Chicago. Following the third service Sunday, at 12:30pm in the Worship Hall, there will be appetizers and a short program led by Brother Ravi N. This will be followed by a potluck meal around 1:00pm. After dinner there will be songs and dances. This will be a wonderful experience for Americans, and please invite your international friends (particularly those from India). Also, please bring a dish to pass. Contact Pastor Elie Hasbani.
PASTORAL CARE Jay Rhodes, Executive Pastor, 414.801-0154, Stephen Cha, Pastor of Adult Ministries, 414.228.5220 x208
PRAYER George Kojis, Pastor of Prayer Ministry, 414.228.5220 x239
Submit prayer requests using the forms at the welcome desk, or on the website.
Are you an early riser? If so, consider attending early morning prayer. Pastor Matt and staff members meet every weekday morning at 6:00am in the Worship Hall to pray for the church, the academy, the neighborhood, and the city.
24-Hour Prayer Chain is available for people with emergency prayer needs. Call Vera Wolf 262.893.5542 or Leslie Brennan 414.540.6505.
WORSHIP, MUSIC & ARTS Ruth Carver, Pastor of Worship, Music & Arts, 414.228.5220 x246
Acts Quilt: The large quilt above the sound booth was inspired by Pastor Matt’s sermon series based in the book of Acts. The imagery in the quilt and the process used to create it, speak about themes in Acts, such as worship, prayer, the centrality of the Holy Spirit, individuality, and community. Symbolism abounds. The quilt is composed of 120 individual blocks representing the 120 who were in the upper room after Jesus ascended. Each block has its own personality shown in the unique color combination, just as each member of the body of Christ brings his or her own unique personality. Joined together, the blocks form a cross, the central image of the Christian community, thus suggesting that when believers come together, they comprise the church. The quilt was created to the Glory of God by many hands coming together in sweet fellowship for one purpose: worship.
Are you a visual artist? Do you love Jesus? We are hosting a Visual Arts meeting Saturday, April 21, 9:00 to 10:30am at Holy Grounds Café. This will be a great opportunity to learn how to share your creative gifts in the Body of Christ and meet a community of artists in the area. Alterra coffee and breakfast goodies will be provided. You won't want to miss this!! Contact Caitlin Ewing, firstname.lastname@example.org or 262.853.7023.