Virtual Fellowship at Donnell and Ron's This Morning

This morning at 10 a.m. you can join Donnell and Ron and others from our congregation via Zoom. If you're a member or friend of EPC, your invitation should be in your email inbox. Just click on the Join Zoom Meeting link. 

Last week's virtual fellowship effort, on Easter morning, was a great success, with many of us getting to see each other for the first time in many weeks. Maybe this will get to be a weekly thing?

Those of you in the Adult Sunday School class will be able to meet this morning at 10 a.m., as well. These meetings will be ongoing on Sunday mornings, until we are free to meet safely in person again. Regular participants already received invitations by email. If you'd like to join the class (God Is Closer Than You Think) contact Phil Wood here.

Virtual Fellowship Table Easter Sunday at 10 a.m.

One of the things our church is famous for is the spread that gets put out between worship services every Sunday. Breakfast casseroles, homemade baked goods, veggies and cream cheese dip, platters full of fresh fruit, Swedish meatballs and those ubiquitous little Vienna sausages.
And we all stand around eating and laughing and talking too loud and having a great time just being together.
Well, since we'd get arrested for doing that now, EPC is going to try its first-ever virtual fellowship table this Sunday – Easter Sunday – between 10 and 11 a.m.
So get up early, watch our Easter worship service (which promises to be quite wonderful), put on your Easter bonnet with all the frills upon it, and join your friends in fellowship at 10 a.m.
You'll have to bring your own coffee and set out your own brunch items (or just imagine the table in the fellowship area of the church), but you'll be able to visit face-to-face with your EPC family via the miracle of Zoom video conferen…

Online Gatherings Picking Up Steam

Temporarily unable to gather in person, many EPC teams, groups and ministries have set up online virtual gatherings to continue their work and their fellowship.
The go-to technology for these meetings has become Zoom video conferencing, which allows high definition video and audio, enabling participants to easily join meetings, see each other's faces and communicate real-time. To sign up for a free zoom account, visit  
First out of the box was AA. The group, which normally gathers downstairs at EPC began weekly online AA Meetings immediately after the suspension of all group activities at EPC.
The women's "Light in the Midst of Winter" group was able to complete its Monday evening Beth Moore study called "To Live Is Christ," sharing the video online and enjoying warm, "face-to-face" discussion.
The Saturday morning men's group resumed its study of "The New Testament You Never Knew" meeting in the Zoom room last Saturday. The g…

Coronavirus Actions

Dear Friends:

As a result of the spread of the Coronavirus which has already affected us all in so many ways, Elizabeth Presbyterian Church has decided to suspend all in-person meetings including our Sunday worship services. We will offer a Sunday morning service over the internet. You will receive information about this option each Saturday. That information and other helpful resources will also be available on our church website:

The church office will be closed during this time, but the Elizabeth Food Bank will continue to serve our community in a new drive-up format which avoids the risk of physical contact. 

If you would like to know more about the changes we are making to remain connected without being able to gather in person, please email us at and we will send that to you. If we can be of any assistance to you during this time, please let us know by emailing us or by leaving us a voicemail at (303) 646-4825.

Let us all continue to pray that th…