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Elmira Baptist Church
9:45 AM - Sunday School
11 AM- MORNING WORSHIP
5 PM- WORSHIP SERVICE
7 PM- BIBLE STUDY/PRAYER
Elmira Baptist Church
9:45 AM Adult Sunday School Class is also streamed & posted each Sunday.
11 AM Worship Service
5 PM Worship Service
7 PM Bible Study/Prayer Meeting
EBC Updates from Pastor Dean
11:00 AM - each Thursday
EBC's Facebook Page:
live-streaming & recorded Services
Pastor's Updates, Wednesday night's Bible Study and Sunday's 11 AM & 5 PM Worship Services are also posted to EBC's YouTube page
Sunday's 11am & 5pm Sermons, an Adult Sunday School Class and Wednesday night's Bible Study class are also posted on SermonAudio Page..
ELMIRA BAPTIST CHURCH
Pastor- Scott Dean
6111 California Pacific Road
P. O. Box 160 (use for mailing)
Elmira, Ca. 95625
EBC Office: (707) 430-3529
A Message from Pastor Scott
Welcome to Elmira Baptist Church. We are a group of believers who are developing our love for God, our love for each other and our love for people. We invite you to join us for music that exalts God, preaching that easily applies to life and fellowship that makes you feel a part of the family.
Our theme for 2021 is "Loving God" based on Matthew 22:37, "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind." Join us in exalting Christ. Whether you are new to the neighborhood or new the the Christian life we welcome you to grow with us.
for October 17, 2021
"Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!"
Unity is a precious commodity. One discouraging aspect of our nation's current condition is the extreme polarization and social fracturing. People cannot seem to agree on what is even happening. However, in a church there is no room for division and strife. I have been praising God for the spirit of unity that Elmira Baptist Church has and have been praying that the spirit of unity will continue.
Unity thrives when we focus on Jesus. Satan wants us to focus on everything else: politics, the pandemic, the economy, newsroom bias. It is not that we must neglect all those issues. Christians have a place in society. A church concentrates on worshiping God, equipping the saints, and ministering to the community. When we rally around Jesus and look to Him, all the other issues can come into focus. When we look at the issues, society, the ungodly, we fight over our responses, fracture the church, and hinder our effectiveness. Determine to know Jesus Christ, His death, His resurrection and allow that to inform your responses to society's ills.
Pastor Scott Dean