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Welcome! We are loving, open and affirming, social justice oriented, open-minded, and committed to following Jesus in our lives and as a Church.
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Welcome to Englewood Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). We are a loving, open and affirming. We are a social justice oriented Church who are, committed to following Jesus in our personal lives and as a church family. As members of the Christian Church, Disciples of Christ, we don’t have creeds or doctrines. We think how we live our faith is more important. We have a passion for the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and we believe God’s direction for us is a lifelong journey, intended to be shared and reflected upon with others. God’s love and mercy are shown to others through acts of justice and peace. Our church shines when we move outside our walls, and become the hands and feet of Christ. We are blessed by our gifts and our gratitude expresses itself in how we use our gifts, and talents for mission and ministry. We value unity amidst diversity, not uniformity. We value freedom of belief, and a reasoned, thoughtful approach to faith. We take the Bible seriously – not literally. If you are interested in learning more about Disciples of Christ, click here. *What To Expect and when is the worship service? Worship is at 10:00 am. during our Summer months and 10:45 am. during the Fall/Winter months. Worship service lasts about an hour. *What is the worship service like? Our worship service is best described as traditional, and informally formal! Yes, we still have pews and a pipe organ. Whatever the style of music on a particular Sunday, it is done well. Some songs are accompanied by our talented musicians on the amazing pipe organ or the piano and fills the sanctuary with a beautiful sound. Our "Special music" will often include our talented instrumentalists, many from our own congregation. The bulletin informs you when to stand up and where to find the songs. *Where should I park? We have several spots for those with disabilities near the main entrance off of 44th Ave. Most people park in the North parking lot, parallel with Englewood Ave. We also have a south parking lot accessible from 44th Ave., and Douglas St. *Where is the sanctuary? The sanctuary is located at the far South end of the building. Following worship, guests are invited into the Fellowship Hall, just off the main entrance, for refreshments. Monthly potlucks (first Sundays) are especially popular. *What activities are available for my children on Sunday mornings? Kids are welcome. For those who would like, a nursery is available for babies and toddlers during worship. Following the children’s time in worship, children are invited to participate in Children’s Church, which is usually based on the Pastor’s theme for the sermon. *What should I wear? Feel free to come as you are and dress as you’d like. Here at ECC, you’ll find all different sorts of people from all different walks of life. Some folks like to dress up for church and some wear jeans. Some people wear a tie or a dress and others have tattoos and piercings. Some people with tattoos and piercings wear a tie or a dress. You are welcome and will feel at home just as you are. *Can I take Communion? You may know Communion as Eucharist, or The Lord’s Supper, or you may have no idea what it means when we pass around bread and juice. At ECC we have Communion every Sunday. We believe Jesus Christ is the host at the table of communion, and everyone is invited to the table. You do not have to be a member of our church, or any church to take communion. *What do I do with this plate of money when it's passed to me? As part of our worship, we believe it is important to offer, as an act of gratitude, a part of what God has given to us back to God’s work through the Church. As a guest we hope you will feel free to give as you feel led. It is not a duty, obligation or requirement for anyone.

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Thursday 12 pm-1pm. Motional Intelligence (MO) is an exercise program based on current research findings about brain plasticity. Studies in neuroscience suggest that movement can engage your brain in powerful ways! It can provide increased memory, improved focus, (concentration) and expanded creativity. MO stimulates your brain with novel ways of moving that are exploratory and generative. MO is designed to be accessible to all fitness levels. You will develop new degrees of flexibility, balance, strength, and endurance all while engaging with your body in positive ways. MO also offers a joyful spiritual element with blessings for yourself, and others woven into your workout. The best part is that there are no mistakes, only opportunities for your brain, body, spirit, and community to grow!


Every Monday, Herb Schmidt takes the lead in guiding a group on invigorating hikes through diverse terrains. These outings may involve traversing hilly landscapes or exploring a multitude of different trails, providing an exciting change of scenery each week. When winter arrives, the group doesn't retreat indoors. Instead, they swap their hiking boots for snowshoes and transform the frosty landscape into their playground, adding a delightful twist to their regular outdoor activities. The snowshoeing adventures during the winter months offer an exciting way to stay active and enjoy the beauty of nature, even in the chilliest weather.

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Tuesday 10-11am., Ecstatic Prayer Dance explores prayer or intention through ecstatic movement and meditation. We begin with a guided meditation then move through a gentle, centering warm up before moving or dancing our prayers or intentions for ourselves, for others and for our community. Any level of movement can be practiced, from sitting in a chair to ecstatic dancing. You do not need to have any previous dance or movement experience to participate. You choose your level of movement. All faiths and religious orientations are welcome. People who would prefer to participate from home can join the Zoom broadcast of the live class. If you would like the Zoom link it can be sent to you through text message or email.


Wednesday's 10:00 am. Adult Study Class. The Heart of Christianity, by Marcus Borg. For more information, contact the office at 509-966-6550

Qi Gong

Qigong is offered over Zoom only. To receive the link contact Elaine Boel at

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Book Club Contact the office for more information 509-966-6550

Youth Ministries

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After School Arts is on summer break.  We will resume again on the second Tuesday in October.  Have a great summer.

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Sunday Children’s time takes place in the Fellowship Hall during the time of the regular sermon. The children will have a Bible story and lesson with accompanying crafts, games, discussions and community service projects that relate to the lesson.

We meet on Tuesdays from 4-5pm in the Fellowship Hall at Englewood Christian Church.

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