Contact for both positions please reach out to the following:
Church # (360) 944-5841
16210 NE 20th St.
Vancouver, WA 98684-6773
Contact for both positions please reach out to the following:
Church # (360) 944-5841
16210 NE 20th St.
Vancouver, WA 98684-6773
Part Time – approx 6 to 10 hours per week
Accountability and Experience:
Accountable to the Pastor and the Session through the Personnel Committee. The Worship Music Leader will also work with the Worship Commission along with other staff members and volunteers. Our ideal candidate’s life and ministry will demonstrate worship in a way that excites the hearts of others to do the same. Ideally, he/she will be a skilled guitar player and singer. We will consider other instruments in the application. He/she will celebrate and maintain East Woods’ blend of traditional and contemporary worship music, enlisting songs familiar to the congregation and also introducing new songs that can be effective in our context.
Formal performance reviews will be conducted six months after hiring and then annually by the Pastor as the Head of Staff and the Session’s Personnel Committee. The candidate must also be open to receiving weekly feedback and constructive criticism from the Pastor and Worship Commission as a means to improve the overall weekly worship experience.
Part Time – approximately 2.5 to 4 hours per week
To provide for the safety, care, activities and supervision of children ages birth through four years during East Woods Sunday morning worship services and programs, as well as during occasional special services and events.
The East Woods Presbyterian Church Nursery Attendant should be someone who displays a solid commitment to Jesus Christ, a deep love for God and a passionate dedication to children and their care. He or she should be comfortable, experienced, and competent in caring for – and relating with – infants, toddlers, and young children.
The Nursery Attendant should be organized and detail-oriented, able to communicate well with children and their parents, able to manage and work with a team, energetic and creative and attentive to the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
Contact: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Get March 8th through the 10th on your calendar for our Women’s Retreat. This is a weekend to share life with the women of this church in a beautiful setting away from the busyness of life.
The curriculum is based on the book “Everyone Always” by Bob Goff. We won’t read the book during the weekend, but we will use his video bible study as a basis for our conversations. Gwen will customize it for East Woods. You are encouraged to read it on your own before coming to the retreat. Gwen recommends the beautiful message this book offers. And it will get you in the right frame of mind for the weekend.
Please sign up in the narthex for the retreat. Invite a friend to join you.
The fees for the weekend are $115 if you stay overnight (I highly encourage you to stay) or $65 for the day rate. Both include the materials and food.
Be in prayerful consideration about joining us March 8 – 10. Also, pray for all you plan the retreat; we will be praying for you, as well. If you have any questions, please contact Gwen Wagner or Peggy Konzek.
Gwen and Peggy
Please join us in celebration of Pastor Bill and help us give him a wonderful send-off for his military deployment to Bahrain in January.
We will serve an Italian meal and have a program to follow.
Please RSVP by December 30th in one of the following ways:
Any questions, please address them to Peggy Konzek 360-903-2168 at or Bob Pfeifer at 503-381-9787.
It’s time once again to take a tag from the EWPC Giving Tree in the narthex and buy a gift for someone less fortunate. The process is the same as in previous years. The gifts will go to Habitat For Humanity families with every member of each family receiving two gifts. Habitat selects families based on their need. Working with Habitat families also provides an opportunity for EW members/families to have a more personal connection by participating in the delivery of gifts.
Here is how it works:
Pick one or more tag(s) from the tree.
Put your name and phone number on the list, located on the counter by
the tree, opposite the number that matches your tag(s). i.e. 1A or 1B, 2A or 2B etc. (Note there are 2 tags with the same name but each with a different gift) Signing up in the right spot is very important!
Purchase the gift requested, wrap it and put the tag on the package. It is also important that the same tag is back on the gift!
Put your wrapped gift under the tree before or by Sunday, Dec. 9th!
If you wish to participate in the delivery of gifts between Dec. 16th and 22rd , there is a separate sign-up sheet on the counter. You will sign up for a specific family.The number in the family, including children’s ages and the address will be listed,but the family names and contact information will only be given to EW members who have signed up to deliver them.
Questions? Contact Judy England at 360-601-7567 or Nancy Dean at 360-609-8474.
This year the Churches in Partnership Thanksgiving Eve/Eve Service will be at
First Presbyterian Church, 4300 Main St, Vancouver, WA on
Tuesday, November 20th at 7 p.m.
Edd Boddy, the Music Director at First Presbyterian extends an invitation to all singers to participate in the Combined Choir for the service. Edd can be reached at 503-572-7105.
What a wonderful way to give thanks to God by joining our Presbyterian friends across Vancouver for this service!
Besides attending this event, we are looking for help to make it successful.
How can you help? Please consider the following:
Help volunteer with set up, take down, food-beverage-dessert service, auction services during the event, greeters, runner, help where needed.
Please register with our online service at:
(No personal information will be shared. This is a private site.)
We pray you will consider this. We need help, and we know some of you are looking for ways to do this. Thank you!
Here's the musical line-up for FAM. There is something for everyone.
10:30 The Singing Senior (Bobby Derricotte) from Holy Redeemer
11:00 Holy Redeemer Catholic Parish Choir
11:30 Unity Family & Friends (Gospel)
12:30 St John Lutheran Fellowship of Ringers (Bell Choir)
1:00 Brush Prairie Bluegrass Band
2:00 Jim Fischer & Friends (Dr. Keith Collins on bass and Kimberly
Hall on vocals) (This is our headline act.)
3:00 Mac Potts (Jim Fischer invited him. He is a young, blind
piano player with incredible talent.
4:00 Brent Vernon “Brent and Sam” - a ventriloquist and vocalist
5:00 Duane Sich & Friends - "sing-along" of praise and worship
5:30 Ron and Donna Fraiser Presents Songs of Western Musicals
6:00 Vancouver Brass Ensemble
6:30 Lewis River Dixie Unplugged
East Woods is proud to be one of the churches that will support Family Promise in the years to come. Family Promise is a program for helping homeless children and their families’ transition into stable, permanent housing. (More information below).
East Woods Presbyterian Church, one of the 13 local churches in the Clark County Family Promise network is hosting an all-day fundraiser at its location on Saturday, August 18th. The event called
will feature great food, artisans, auction items, and an all-day lineup of great musicians and music, featuring
Jim Fischer & Friends at 2 p.m.
(Dr Keith Collins, Kimberly Hall, Mac Potts)
To learn more about Family Promise in Clark County please visit www.familypromiseofclarkco.org. To learn more about FAM contact Gwen Wagner at email@example.com or Peggy McNees at firstname.lastname@example.org.
East Woods is alive and well with activities that develop relationships and stewardship.
Take a scroll down our "Church Happenings" page. Perhaps there is one . . . or two . . . for you.
East Woods is hosting a non-traditional VBS this year. It will be focused on family-time, with dinner served each night, games, crafts, story and songs.
Happening THIS WEEK!
If you didn't pre-register, don't worry - stop by and join the fun!
Pastor Bill and Gwen Wagner will present another option for a Lenten study over four Wednesday nights between February 21 and March 21 – a Wednesday Night Movie Study Series.
Each time we gather, we’ll watch a movie in the sanctuary and then discuss the related Scriptures and themes as they apply to our lives. The topics are broad, with the hope that there will be something of value for everyone. You are welcome to join us for some or all of the movies. Not all topics are family friendly, so we will note when the movie is appropriate for the entire family.
Films will begin at 6 p.m., and discussion will end by 8:30 p.m.
Trailers for our movie selections can be found online by following the web links below.
If you’re excited about the series, let Pastor Bill or Gwen Wagner know. We won’t have a sign up for the movies, but we encourage you to come when you can. If you’d like, feel free to bring a snack to eat during the movie.
This Lent, we hope to see you AT THE MOVIES!
Brandon Burlsworth is perhaps the greatest walk-on in the history of college football. Brandon had always dreamed of playing for the Arkansas Razorbacks, but was considered too short and too fat to play Division I. Undeterred, Brandon took a big risk and walked on in 1994. Written off by fellow teammates and coaches, Brandon displayed dogged determination in the face of staggering odds.
An extremely devoted Christian, Brandon never cursed or drank. He was genuinely humble and low-key. He worked harder than anybody, on and off the field, becoming the first Razorback to earn a Bachelor's and Master's degree while still playing. The overly-fat kid who was once an embarrassment to his teammates and an annoyance to his coaches, ended up becoming the most respected player in the history of the program, changing the lives of all he touched.
The Heart of Man is a cinematic retelling of the parable of the Prodigal Son, interwoven with true testimonials of personal and sexual brokenness. Narrative storytelling and documentary filmmaking are combined like never before to reveal the compassionate heart of God the Father for His sons and daughters, illuminating an age-old truth: shame is not a barrier to God's love, but a bridge to absolute transformation, victory, freedom, and hope.
WONDER tells the incredibly inspiring and heartwarming story of August Pullman. Born with facial differences that, up until now, have prevented him from going to a mainstream school, Auggie becomes the most unlikely of heroes when he enters the local fifth grade. As his family, his new classmates, and the larger community all struggle to discover their compassion and acceptance, Auggie’s extraordinary journey will unite them all and prove you can't blend in when you were born to stand out.
Our generation is being bombarded with sin, destruction and death. The news every day is filled with violence, abuse and murder. Hate seems prevalent; hopelessness and apathy, the norm. Many are fighting depression, sickness or poverty. Millions are deceived by lies that are coming at us from all directions. Many wonder if there is a God, after all, and others ask where He is or why He is silent in the midst of disaster. WE have the answer: it is Christ in Us. WE have the ability to change the world around us, to bring light into the darkness. But are WE? Are things really changing? Are cities transformed, are cultures shifting? Or are we holding back the answer this hurting world needs because of fear, mediocrity and distraction?
It's spring and at East Woods that means its time for the Annual Women's Retreat. This year we have a new venue for us to enjoy! Lakeside, anyone?!!
The fees this year are $115 per woman. This includes lodging, food, and supplies we need.
And this year we are excited to present “Love Does” for our retreat. In this study, we will introduce the whimsy of New York Times best-selling author Bob Goff, in sometimes humorous, thought-provoking, meaningful lessons that make faith in God simple and real.
The focus is Love. But not the kind of love that stops at thoughts and feelings. This love takes action, just like Jesus did. The study leads us to deeper group discussion and personal reflections and actions to enhance our experience together.
Our goal is to come away with steps to grow our love with others. When Love Does, life gets interesting. Light and fun, unique and profound, the lessons drawn from Bob's experience and attitude just might inspire you to be secretly incredible too.
Titles of Sessions include:
1. I’m With You
2. Free to Fail
3. Audacious Love
4. Be Not Afraid
5. Follow Me
Please sign up in Evergreen Hall (Narthex) or let Peggy Konzek or Gwen Wagner know you have an interest in attending. We’d “love” to share this weekend with you and grow closer in Christ and friendship.
Mark your calendars - Sunday, February 4th is Souper Bowl of Caring.
Since 1990, young people have been leading the charge and inspiring others to collect dollars and food in the weeks leading up to the Big Game. Teaming up with local partners, these groups give 100% of donations to local charities, changing the nation's largest weekend of football into the largest weekend of caring.
The East Woods Youth Group will be supporting this mission. Bring your extra change, bills, or write a check to the church to support this mission of our Youth Group.
Find out more information about this national event at: www.souperbowl.org
Dear East Woods Members,
The Vote: As planned, on November 19, 2017 the East Woods congregational membership conducted a vote to decide the issue of selling up to two acres of unimproved land (east yard). Members were required to attend an informational meeting regarding the future direction of East Woods and gain an understanding of how the proposed land sale would impact the current financial situation. Votes were accepted beginning November 5 until 1:00PM on November 19. Votes could be cast in person, via mail or email.
The Count: The vote count was conducted on Sunday afternoon shortly after 1:00 PM. A team of 4 made up of 2 Session members assisted by 2 Finance Commission members formed the Count Team. Ballots were compared to the EWPC membership rolls and to the informational meeting attendance role’s to insure ballots were properly submitted. Votes were tallied by “Yes” or “No” as indicated on the member ballot.
The Vote Result: A total of 70 ballots were submitted from a total church membership of 147. The 70 ballots represent 48% of the eligible members. Of the 70 ballots, three were disqualified due to illegibility or the member could not be identified as having attended an information meeting.
|Net Ballots Counted||67|
The final vote results indicate a broad support for moving ahead with selling up to 2 acres of the undeveloped property.
Next Steps: Session has turned the responsibility for engaging a commercial realtor to assist with marketing and receiving any offers for the property over to the Finance Commission.
The Finance Commission will be forming an “ad hoc” committee to develop a “Request for Proposal (RFP)” for interviewing and proposing a Commercial Realtor to Session. This process is intended to be completed by the end of January, 2018.
Based on discussions with the selected realtor, a marketing plan will be developed and the property, under the specific constraints established by Session (the price floor and acre limitation), will be marketed. Offers meeting the bid requirements will be reviewed by the Finance Commission and forwarded to Session with their recommendation.
Timing for completing the sale is not known at this time.
If you have any questions about the Next Steps please contact anyone on the Finance Committee. Thank you.
EWPC Finance Committee
Do you want to get healthy but find yourself stuck in a cycle of excuses?
Woman and Men, join us as we complete a 6-week study helping us to turn our cravings toward God instead of food.
Please join us for the Made to Crave group, meeting here Wednesday evenings at 6 PM. Our next meeting is on January 4th.
Don't worry if you can't make all the sessions. Come when you can.
Gwen has extra books.
Questions? Ask Peggy Konzek or Gwen Wagner.
Christmas Party will be on Wednesday, December 20, 6:30-8:30 PM.
Along with food, fun and games, we will be exchanging home-made Christmas cards. We will draw names between now and the party date.
Extra cards will be gifted to visitors, so feel free to bring a friend. Card-making and crafting advice available upon request!
Please feel welcome to join us for our Christmas Eve Service to celebrate the birthday of our King!
On Wednesday, December 13th, you're invited to help East Woods' neighbors enjoy the Most Wonderful Time of the Year with some Christmas Caroling.
We'll meet in Evergreen Hall at 6:30 PM to pray and then heading out to stroll and sing through the local neighborhoods. We'll be back in Evergreen Hall by 8:00 PM for toasty beverages, snacks, and a chance to praise God together for His faithfulness and favor.
Pray for clear skies, and dress warmly for our time outside. Feel free to bring friends, jingle bells, or other instruments to make the event even more fun. Song sheets will be provided.
Contact Pastor Bill with any questions at Bill@eastwoodspres.org
It's that time of the year! Touch of Class is performing their annual Christmas concert at our church. This year's performance will be many familiar songs from those classic to contemporary ones you love.
Touch of Class also shares 50% of their proceeds with East Wood's charity of choice. What a blessing this choir has been to us!
Come and share an enjoyable Sunday afternoon listening to the songs that touch your heart during the Christmas Season.
The Holiday Market is back!
It's time to pick up a hostess gift or get those gifts that need to be in the mail soon.
COMPANIES & NEW OFFERINGS
Ken & June’s Hazelnuts from St. Paul, OR returns. New flavor this year is dark sea salted hazelnut! The rounds – with 4 nut flavors are especially popular.
Award winning Rose City Pepperhead Jellies from Portland returns. Crazy Cranberry is a new flavor. In addition to the mini trios, we have large jars in 3 popular flavors.
New! Killa Bites Biscotti & Flavored Popcorns from Ridgefield, WA. The personal story behind this owner makes these items all the sweeter! She started the company to provide for their family when her husband was diagnosed with ALS. The owners credit their faith and church communities with their success.
Mini biscotti in 3 flavors.
Two popcorn sizes – small and large in 4 flavors.
New! - McSteven’s Cocoa products made in Vancouver.
GIFTS READY FOR GIVING
CROSSES for GIFT GIVING – Donated by Friends of the Carpenter
For a sugar free option, consider buying scrip VISA gift cards or other gift cards from hundreds of merchants. Place your Scrip Gift Card order by Sunday, Dec. 3, and pick your cards up on Sunday Dec. 10.
Market Dates are after church on Dec. 3, 10, and 17.
Click here for your Holiday Market Form if you wish to fill out your form before you come to the market.
Christian Education - (Maple Room) The BOLD Study.
Book Study - Nov 12 and 26th - Love Wins by Rob Bell.
Children - We will be using this time to practice for "Lessons & Carols", a Children's Christmas Presentation happening on Sunday, December 17th during the worship service. All ages are welcome to participate.
Nursery - (Twigs Room) available for ages 0-5 years.
Mission - The Mission Commission will be collecting food items from November 5 through November 19 for Thanksgiving dinners for the families of the faith-based Open House Ministries. In addition to the families who reside in the main shelter, Open House supports subsidized housing for 14 families who have been through their program and are working to become self-supporting.
We will help supply the Thanksgiving meal ingredients and deliver the boxes just before Thanksgiving, November 23. A list of the suggested items will be available on the Opportunity table—consider picking up a few extra items on the list as you do your own shopping. All donations are welcome.
Watch for details in the weekly bulletins, or contact Pat Norby, 360-600-6391, if you have questions.
Walk and Knock for the Clark County Food Bank
Come join other members of East Woods Presbyterian Church as we go through our neighborhood to collect donations for the Clark County Food Bank, as part of the county-wide Walk and Knock event.
We will meet Saturday, December 2 at 8:30 AM at Pacific Middle School (1/2 mile east of East Woods), to organize, then go out into the neighborhood to pick up bags of food. We should be done in about 3 hours.
Both walkers and cars/trucks are needed. If you can help, please sign the clipboard in the Narthex. Contact Jeff Kennedy with any questions.
Churches in Partnership will have the annual combined Thanksgiving Worship Service on Tuesday, November 21 at 7 p.m.
This year the service will be at Cascades Presbyterian Church in Vancouver.
Panera Restaurant has generously donated a certificate good for 12 salads,one a month for a year, beginning January 2018 [$150 value].
Wouldn’t this be a nice present for yourself or perhaps a Christmas gift for someone you know?
We are selling raffle tickets for this certificate.
The winning ticket will be announced on Sunday, November 19. You do not need to be present to win.
Raffle ticket fees:
1 ticket - $5, 3 tickets - $10,
5 tickets - $15, 8 tickets - $20
WINTER JAM is an incredible concert at the Moda Center in Portland
featuring the 10 top Christian musical groups from many different genres.
We will meet at East Woods on Friday, Nov. 17 at 4:30 pm and carpool to the Moda Center.
Because of this, Jeff Kennedy needs to know who is interested in going,
and another adult or two who could help drive.
Bring $15 for admission (tickets are purchased at the door) plus extra if you will want to buy food etc.
For more information, contactJeff Kennedy, 360-600-3608.
In Pre-School class youngsters age 3-5 enjoy role playing Bible characters. Using the "Wee Believe” curriculum of the Presbyterian Church (USA) with its colorful, age-appropriate and user- friendly activities, the children learn that each is A Child of God, loved by God, who is Creator of all the World and You and Me, too.
Children's Choir is a new addition to us here at East Woods Pres, and we are so excited to see this program set out! Any child is welcome to participate!
Rehearsals are held the First Sunday of Each Month from 10:45 to 11:30am - during the 10:30am Service.
Join us on the Second Sunday of each month to hear the children perform during the 10:30am Sunday Service.
Elementary students (K-Grade 2 and Grades 3-5) occupy their own classroom space. The Sunday school scope and sequence of lessons from the "We Believe" curriculum repeats every three years. In the fall we focus on worship. In November we recount the Advent stories. Each Christmas the children present Lessons and Carols. The spring focuses on Jesus' ministry, death and resurrection.
The children of East Woods Presbyterian Church present to you
"Lessons & Carols" under the direction of Hailey Vandewiele.
There are 8 lessons and five songs in these recordings. We recommend that you play them in the following order to see and hear the story of Jesus' birth unfold with the help of these children. You may have to scroll to one of the other pages to find your media. Enjoy this meaningful story.
All men are invited! Bring a friend!
Come join the men of East Woods for a time of reflection, fellowship, service, and recreation.
Reserve time for this weekend from October 27 - 29th. Sign ups in the Narthex or contact Rich Adamson.
For more information, click here for the flier: 2017_Retreat_Flier.pdf
On Sunday, October 29th East Woods will host "Trunk or Treat" in our parking lot.
The time of the event is from 3 to 6 p.m.
Bring the kids and their friends.
We look to getting "spooked" and "ghouled" by the kids.
Join us for "Restaurant of the Month Club". It’s an opportunity to get to know one another a bit better over a shared meal. Each month we introduce a restaurant for members, family and friends to meet each month after our 10:45 a.m. Sunday service.
Just save the dates and meet up with East Woods friends at our chosen restaurant.
The next gathering will be September.
Dates to be announced.
Order your Scrip Cards
on September 3rd.
HUGE ANNUAL RUMMAGE SALE THIS WEEKEND!
Our Annual Rummage Sale is this weekend! We have received many quality items. Please come and check out what we have.
A few things to consider:
And don't forget the baked pies, cakes and cookies! Get there early, everything goes fast.
We take VISA and MC in addition to cash and checks.
Further questions: Call or email Peggy Konzek at 360-903-2168 or email@example.com.
Get the family and put this night on your calendar. We will start with family friendly games until the sun goes down. Then we will go to the backyard of the church, put our blankets and chairs out on the lawn and watch "Secret Lives of Pets" projected on the church wall. If you need more information, please contact Jeff Kennedy or Cathy Roeper.
Join us on the last of the summer Family Movie Night on our east lawn.
August18 - Secret Life of Pets
Join the ladies of East Woods for a "dessert" social the evening of August 6th. This is an ideal time to invite a friend. Who doesn't like dessert?
Share a snack with someone who needs one!
Join us and Epikos Church's Individually Wrapped Snack Drive for the Children's Center in Vancouver. Let's see how many times we can fill the snack donation box between now and the end of August for children overcoming mental health challenges!
Bring your snacks to our box in the Church Narthex.
Any questions, reach out to Cathy Roeper at firstname.lastname@example.org.
East Woods Presbyterian Church is soliciting volunteers to join us for a mission opportunity to participate in the BridgeTown Ministries, Night Strike.
We have selected Thursday, August 3rd as our night to attend together. It is a unique opportunity for people to spend time under the Burnside Bridge every Thursday night to love people because people matter. It is an opportunity for members of Portland’s homeless community to hang out, enjoy a hot meal, receive a free haircut or shave, have their feet washed and have their old shoes/clothes/sleeping bags replaced.
There are 225 positions available any Thursday night. Some of the popular positions fill quickly. If you are interested in joining us for a Night Strike night under the Burnside Bridge then either reach out to me, Gwen Wagner, (email@example.com) with your first, second and third choice or go to this link and register yourself.
Either way, let Gwen know if you want to join us so we can plan the proper number of cars for this trip. The sooner you register for a job, the more likely you will get what you want to do. Please register for Aug 3rd if you wish to join the EWPC group. But feel free to go any Thursday and be a part of this special ministry.
Mission is important to the members of East Woods. We offer mission focused activities and education during out Connecting Time each Sunday. This is the schedule of events coming up during this time.
July 29 - Heritage Farm
During 2017 East Woods Presbyterian will journey as a whole church, from the little ones to the most seasoned members, to believe the core truths of the Bible and to become more like Jesus every day.
We will embark on a holistic study called “BELIEVE”. Grounded in Scripture, BELIEVE is a unique discipleship experience that helps Christians of all ages become more like Jesus in their beliefs, actions, and character. This topical, abridge Bible illuminates the core beliefs of the Christian faith to help you think, act, and be more like Christ.
Over 30 weeks we will dive into BELIEVE and unpack 30 big ideas of the Bible. Everyone in the church will be touched by this study. Children and Family Ministries, Youth Ministries, Adult Ministries, Connecting Time and our sermons will emphasize the lesson for each week.
Our syllabus of study includes:
10 Key Beliefs of the Christian Faith to “Think Like Jesus”
The first ten chapters of Believe detail the core Beliefs of the Christian life. Together they answer the question, “What do I believe?”
10 Key Practices of a Jesus-follower to “Act Like Jesus”
The second ten chapters discuss the core Practices of the Christian life. Together they answer the question, “What should I do?”
10 Key Virtues of a Person Who is Becoming More Like Jesus to “Be Like Jesus”
The final ten chapters contain the core Virtues of the Christian life. Together they answer the question, “Who am I becoming?” This is an exciting opportunity for East Woods. We will grow together in belief, practice and virtue.
"Who Am I Becoming?"
And we finish in July with:
July 16 - Faithfulness
July 23 - Gentleness
July 30 - Humility
Life Line Screening, a leading provider of community-based preventive health screenings will be in our community on Thursday, March 9, 2017 at East Woods Presbyterian Church.
Ultrasound screenings to Identify risk factors for Cardiovascular disease include; Carotid Artery (plaque buildup-a leading cause of stroke), Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (an enlargement or weak area in the main blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the rest of the body), Peripheral Arterial Disease (hardening of the arteries in the legs), a Heart Rhythm Screening (an EKG to detect Atrial Fibrillation-irregular heartbeat) and an Osteoporosis Risk Assessment for men and women.
Being proactive about your health by knowing your risks helps you and your doctor address problems early.
Plaque, Vascular Disease and Heart Rhythm Package - 4 tests for only $139.
Add an Osteoporosis Screening for $10 more - 5 tests for only $149.
All for a $181 savings!
Preregister is required. Go online TODAY at
www.lifelinescreening.com/communitycircle or call 1-888-653-6450 and receive your “Community Circle” $10 discount and your Preferred Appointment!
East Woods will provide a Shrove Tuesday Dinner and Ash Wednesday Service on March 1 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Use this service as a way to prepare yourself for lent and leading up to Jesus' trip to Jerusalem, to the cross and to the resurrection.
Valentine’s Day Flower Bouquets
Order by Sunday January 29
Pickup Sunday February 12 from 9:30-12:00 pm
$25 each bouquet
Top-quality, farm fresh flowers will be shipped direct just in time for Valentine’s Day delivery. Each bouquet contains 12 long stemmed (50 cm) roses in your choice of red or white with 4 silver dollar eucalyptus stems.
Note: We must receive at least 15 orders for each color in order to fulfill the orders. We will notify you if this happens. The vase is not included.
Order the next two Sundays at the church or take this order form and send to this link at Peggy McNees.
Please order by January 29th.
Please join us for our Summer Schedule for Service.
We meet at 10:00 a.m. from June 26 - August 28.
Our first Summer in the Park Night on the East Woods back lawn is back by popular demand. All of the movie begins at dusk around 9 pm.
Bring a chair or a blanket and join the fun.
Our Movie Repertoire:
July 1 "Finding Nemo"
July 15 “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”
July 29 “The Emperor's New Groove”
August 5 “Zootopia”
August 19 “Frozen”
Get this on your calendar for Labor Day Weekend.
For the 2016 Family Camp Weekend, East Woods will join forces with First Presbyterian Church and their annual camp out.
The camp will take place Labor Day Weekend, Friday, Sept. 2 to Monday, Sept. 5 at Fort Stevens State Park near Astoria.
The cost is $75 a family for the weekend.
THE ANNUAL EAST WOODS RUMMAGE SALE is August 26-27.
Sign-up sheets for helping with set-up, working during the Sale and contributing to the Bake Sale are in Evergreen Hall (Narthex).
Donations may be brought to the church beginning Sunday, August 21.
Remember that old electronics do not sell well, and be selective about clothing donations.
For more information, contact Peggy Konzek, 903-2168.