Eastminster's 60th Anniversary Celebration
In November 2017, Eastminster will celebrate 60 years as a church family and 30 years in our current location. Save the date now for this special weekend of honoring our history and looking at what's to come. Watch for more details in the coming months!
Friday, November 10
Anniversary Dinner & Special Program
Dinner at 6 p.m., Program at 7
This is the night we will gather as a church family to celebrate all God has done in and through Eastminster over the last 60 years. The evening will begin with dinner in Fellowship Hall and the Gym. Then, we’ll laugh, remember and celebrate together during a special program featuring Dr. Don Davis, founder of World Impact’s The Urban Ministry Institute, and the Rev. Dr. Doug Pratt, former Eastminster pastor. As we look back at the landscape of the last 60 years, we’ll see God’s hand at work through the generations.
Dinner reservations are now closed, but everyone is welcome to attend the program. No reservation needed.
Kids: Kindergartners through seventh graders will have their own celebration in the Student Center. We’ll enjoy pizza in our pajamas and watch Veggie Tales written by Eric Metaxas. Cost: $5 per child. (Parents, sixth/seventh graders are welcome to attend either the kids event or the program as you feel appropriate.)
Child care for 0 – Pre-K is available with advance RSVP.
Saturday, November 11
Special Event with Guest Speaker Eric Metaxas
7 p.m.; WSU Hughes Metroplex (5015 East 29th St. N.)
Open to the Wichita community, this evening will feature keynote speaker Eric Metaxas in a lively discussion of faith and culture. More details to come.
Tickets: A free ticket is required for entry. Tickets in the main auditorium are now sold out, but overflow seating is available. Doors open at 6 p.m. for all ticket holders.
Sunday, November 12
Worship Celebration at 9:30 and 11:15 a.m. (no 8 a.m. service)
A worship celebration honoring the Lord’s faithfulness during the last 60 years and looking to all he has for us in the future. The morning includes special music and a message from Eric Metaxas. Watch for more details.