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Meeting Schedule

Sunday Holy Communion (Chinese/English)

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM


Sunday Worship (Chinese/English)

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM


Sunday School (Chinese/English)(Cancelled due to Covid 19)

12:30 PM - 1:15 PM


Wednesday Prayer Meeting (Chinese/English) (Online Meetings)

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM


Friday Awana program (English)(Online Meetings)

7:30 PM - 9:00 PM


Bible Study/Fellowship schedule

Meeting Location (East of Seattle)

Eastside Christian Community Church Fellowship Center

3615 164th Place SE, Bellevue,
WA 98008, USA

Tel: 425-747-0889


address

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Church Introduction

Eastside Christian Community Church, a Chinese church located in Bellevue (east of Seattle), was established in 1985. We believe in the Bible and Jesus Christ. Our church does not belong to any denomination and our church members come from different backgrounds. We welcome you to join us to worship and fellowship together so that we may spread the salvation of Jesus Christ.

nearby cities: Seattle, Bellevue, Issaquah, Redmond, Kirkland, Renton.

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New CoronaVirus Update

Due to Coronavirus, church has made decisions to move all meetings to on-line format

Sunday Worship (Chinese/English)

09:30 Prayer Meeting Zoom

10:00 Worship Zoom YouTube

10:30 Message Zoom YouTube

More Information

Latest Sunday Message Live Channel

Carry Our Own Cross (2) - Brother Jun Li

watch online with Windows Media Playermp3

Other archived messages...

Church News

  1. Holy Communion is held every Sunday at 7:30PM. All brothers and sisters are welcome to attend.

Prayer Requests

  1. Please continue to pray for our missionaries abroad, refer to their prayer letters on the bulletin board for detailed prayer requests.
    - for Brother Austin and Sister Feyon in India
    - for Brother Ka’egso and Sister Eipeen in Brazil
    - for Sister Graci in Brazil
    - for Sister Janice in Cambodia
    - for Brother Jonathan and Sister Esther Chen in Mideast.
    - for Brother Isaiah Tao in Mideast.
    - Please pray for health, strength and peace for frontline brothers and sisters’ (10 of them).