• Worship this Summer @ ELPC

    ELPC offers a variety of worship services that reflect the diversity of our faith community. During the summer months through Labor Day weekend, our Sunday worship service is at 10 am. There's also a Taizé service with sung prayers on Wednesdays at 7 pm.

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  • Stream Worship

    Did you know ELPC livestreams its Sanctuary worship service on Sundays? If you're unable to attend worship or are enjoying a summer vacation, we hope you will join our faith family in spirit. Subscribe to us on YouTube or follow us on Facebook and livestream worship. Past services also are available for on-demand viewing.

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  • 2019 Summer Film Festival

    The ELPC Mission Board and Mission Committees are hosting a summer film festival to continue our ongoing focus on facing systemic racism. Join us after worship on Sundays, July 14, August 4, and August 18 to view the movies, discuss the themes, and enjoy a light lunch together.

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  • God Created You.
    God Loves You.
    Be Yourself!

    At ELPC, we affirm and unite the shared identities of being LGBTQIA+, as well as being people of faith through our intergenerational, safe, and welcoming faith community.

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  • 200 Years of Ministry @ ELPC

    ELPC traces its beginnings back to April 1819, when a group of donors pledged their contributions for our first church building. A Centennial Celebration for ELPC was held in April 1919, and plans are underway to mark our church’s Bicentennial in 2019.

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    Summer Worship

    Sunday 10:00 AM

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    Taizé Prayer Service

    Wednesday 7:00 PM

    ELPC offers evening prayers with chants from Taizé…

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    Summer Worship

    Sunday 10:00 AM

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Hope Academy of
Music and the Arts
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Because it is through the arts that we come to know ourselves, and each other, in the fullness of our humanity.

Our Programs

  • Cathedral Concerts

    Please join us for our 8th Season of
    Cathedral Concerts

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  • The Labyrinth At ELPC

    An Ancient Tool For Individual Walking Meditation And Prayers

    Regular Schedule: Open on Mondays, 8 am–1 pm, and Wednesdays, 9 am–9 pm. Be sure to check the calendar for any schedule changes or updates!

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  • Open Hands Ministries

    ELPC partners with other East End churches to support Open Hands Ministries, which strengthens neighborhoods through moving people from renters to first-time homeowners. Are you willing to join us in this empowering mission? Come and see!

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  • Club One Sixteen

    Youth gather at ELPC for fellowship, study, play, and mission activities on Wednesdays in September–May, from 3:30–7:30 pm. Come make friends and make a difference in God’s world!

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  • Connections Dinner

    Sign up to be part of our informal fellowship groups, who meet every 4–8 weeks in one another’s homes for a simple meal and great conversation.

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Cathedral of Hope

We are often asked “Why the Cathedral?” Admittedly, a cathedral is not typical of the Presbyterian faith. That said, we do not have a typical approach to our faith. The Cathedral of Hope is meant to serve as the central hub in the community-a place for people of all beliefs and walks of life to gather and worship, celebrate, hold meetings and events, or simply find a moment’s peace. Our doors and hearts are open to you.

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