Our Homecoming Service will be celebrated Sunday October 25th with our District Superintendent Rev. Dr. Larry Hilliard bringing the message.
We resumed in-person worship for our regular Sunday Morning Service on August 16, 2020. Our Safety and Security Committee created attendance requirements, for a printable copy of these guidelines: CLICK HERE Opportunities for worship still include Facebook live
and radio broadcasts on FM 91.5(in church’s parking lot) on Sunday mornings at 11:00
A.M. Also, a recorded copy of our
service will be available on this website “Media” link each Sunday afternoon.
Remember these words:
"Love one another" - Jesus
"Wear your mask and wash your hands" - CDC
For a "Flood Bucket" list of items: Click Here
Bible Verse Of The Day: Now concerning love of the brothers and sisters, you do not need to have anyone write to you, for you yourselves have been taught by God to love one another. I Thessalonians 4:9 RSV
There were two airheads going to California for the summer, they are about two hours into the flight and the pilot gets on the intercom and says we just lost an engine but it is all right we have three more but it will take us an hour longer. A half hour later he gets on the intercom again and says we just lost another engine but it’s all right we have two more but it will take us another hour and a half though. One of the airheads says, “If we lose the two last engines we will be up here all day.”
What’s a pirate’s favorite letter? P. (It’s like R but missing a leg)
Methodist Men will be selling pecans again this year. Forms will be available after the Sunday Worship Service and at In-person Bible studies or you can just click on the image
or click here to download a printable order form. Please
give completed forms to Robert, Jeff, or Lashunda…..if you do not have access
to an order form, call Robert (228-990-0737) or Lashunda (228-762-2364) to
place order on the phone. Be sure to include your phone number on form.
Priester’s said orders should come in late October or early November. Our men’s club will use funds to support
missions and critical church needs.
Sharing Good News, Great Joy!
“Declare His glory among the nations, His wonders among all peoples!” Psalm 96:3
It’s time to pack shoeboxes for Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child. Our goal is 125. This is a mission project that everyone can still be a part of, even with COVID-19. You may select to fill your box with your purchases using the guidelines or you may use Click Here to Build a Shoebox Online where you can select toys and other items, attach notes and photos.
Eastlawn will receive credit for the boxes built online and we’ll be able to see the number. The number of boxes is important in another way this year. Eastlawn has entered the Shoebox Challenge. By packing Operation Christmas Child shoebox gifts, the church can earn complimentary tickets to Dollywood, Pigeon Forge, TN. Each person who packs a box, please put your name and phone number on a piece of paper and place under the rubber-band for the drawing. Since this is the first year to participate, one entry per person.
If packing a traditional shoebox, Sidney Carol (228-218-2680) will have boxes available each Sunday between 9 and 9:30 a.m. in the ministry center and after the worship service. The $9 postage for each box has been prepaid by a church member.
Deadline is Sunday, November 15. In the worship service, Rev. Jeff will offer a special prayer for the children who will receive your shoeboxes.
For printable full size copy of poster image: Click Here
In 2018 we celebrated our 75th Anniversary. Being less than one mile from the Gulf of Mexico, over the years Eastlawn has survived several major hurricanes including, Camille, Fredrick, Elena, George and Katrina. To read the history of Eastlawn United Methodist Church, click here or click on image......
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"Love One Another" - Jesus
"Wear your mask and wash your hands" - The CDC
A great place to access all Sermons, Kid & Youth Sunday School Lessons and any other videos posted.
We miss all of your faces and have been so encouraged by your hearts to stay connected as the Body of Christ during this season.