Our church offers a variety of fellowship opportunities where you and fellow members can get to know each other better through your work on common goals. We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to become part of our active community. This is a wonderful way to make friends and add meaning to your EDCC experience.
This group provides a channel by which all women members may be joined in fellowship. Together, through prayer, study and service, our members are able to share the gospel with our neighbors, our friends and our community.
This men’s group is dedicated to addressing the needs of those who are less fortunate. One example of their good work can be seen at Christmas. As the holiday approaches each year, the CMF begins filling boxes with new and gently used clothes, toys and food to be distributed to the needy at the Southwest Good Samaritan Ministries in Los Fresnos, Texas. The CMF contribution helps the ministries in Los Fresnos fulfill their mission to support abandoned children and families forced out of their homeland to a new country.
Our choir is open to anyone who loves to sing. Practices are held on Sunday mornings at 10:10 a.m. and immediately following the 10:50 a.m. worship service. This is a great way to share the joy of music together. Find out more about music ministry here.
Wednesday Morning Bible Study
This Bible Study group meets every Wednesday morning at 10:00 am in the Disciples Room. Deborah Morgan, our Senior Minister, leads a lively discussion and study of one particular book of the Bible each week.
Elder’s Prayer Breakfast
"Prayer is the power by which that comes to pass which otherwise would not take place." Andrew Murray
The Elders of East Dallas Christian Church meet every Tuesday morning at 7:00 a.m. for breakfast and prayer. As their individual voices are lifted in prayer, the Presence of our Lord fills the room.
We pray for those of our church family who have special needs and concerns; the joys and blessings for which we are so thankful; the members of our armed forces and their families; and our children whom we love and who are so important to us. We also pray by name for those whose names are given to us each week. We may not know them, but God knows them. Because they are important to Him, they are important to us.
East Dallas Christian Church recognizes the importance of prayer in the Christian's life.