About our SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE
Our Sunday worship service may seem a bit different than a typical church service. It will probably feel more like a family gathering than a service, and as a result it tends to be more casual, informal and far more participatory, with a broad diversity of people present.
We sing, read scripture, tell stories, laugh and pray; there's preaching, communion, a time to respond and other elements.
We also have a strong view of children and youth participation in worship. We invite all children 5th grade and younger to be part of our Large Gathering for about 1/3rd of the time. After that, they will be dismissed for a time of child-appropriate teaching.
WHAT IF I'M NEW?
A couple of things to know if you'll be visiting us for the first time:
Come dressed in whatever is comfortable for you. Most people wear casual clothes, but some people do choose to dress up as well. Wear what will make you most at ease.
When you come into the Robinson Theater, if you have any questions, ask one of our greeters, or stop by the Visitor Table, which you'll immediately be able to see.
One of our pastors are always available at the end of the service. We’d love to get to know you more and see how we can help you take your next, best step with EEF!
ABOUT OUR MUSICAL WORSHIP
You will quickly notice that music is a large part of the culture of our community and much of our worship is original music created in the community and for the community as we worship God together as one. To the right, you will find a playlist of some of these original songs.
Some of our artistic specials have gone beyond our Large Gathering and further into the city of Richmond and beyond. The following video is a rendition of O Come Emmanuel, as written and performed by Rashad Lowery and Alex Mejias at TEDxRVA.
TIME AND LOCATION
Robinson Community Arts Center.
2903 Q St. Richmond, VA. 23223.
4pm on Sunday afternoons.