ENCS Announcements

for the week of 06/10/24

On Sunday, we explored the biblical concept of justice, emphasizing radical generosity, universal equality, and life-changing advocacy, and calls believers to reflect God's character by addressing and uprooting the roots of injustice in their lives through the transformative power of Jesus Christ.

This week, identify an area in your life where you have experienced or witnessed injustice, and take a concrete step to address it—whether through an act of generosity, speaking up for someone who cannot speak for themselves, or seeking reconciliation and transformation through prayer and community support.

We encourage everyone to get a prayer partner for the duration of our Life of Freedom study! Join us at our workshop this Wednesday to begin praying through injustices in your life.


Join us THIS WEDNESDAY at 6:30 pm for a prayer workshop at the Hub - our prayer team will be available to pray through generational curses. We'll have prayer workshops for the duration of our Life of Freedom study. The workshops will be taking the topics discussed on Sundays deeper through activities and prayer ministry.
Calling all watercolor artists or wanna-be watercolor artists! Join our Women’s Ministry THIS SATURDAY for a watercolor day at the HUB. Come share some creative time together!
If you have supplies - please bring them- if not, Sandy will provide them! (as well as tips and samples to inspire you). Please RSVP so we can plan for supplies accordingly.



Mission opportunity from our EN Family! Our Grace City Portland church is hosting a Ten Days Mission Trip to London in the fall. Cost is $2450, excluding flights with the option to raise MPD through EN.

The team will share the gospel on the university campuses of London in the United Kingdom! London is a global city with a global influence. As a hub for the nations, especially on the university campus, this city is strategic for campus ministry that will impact the ends of the earth. Ten Days missionaries to London will work with our local Every Nation church to engage students with the gospel and to build spiritual community on those campuses.