Life Groups

Pastoral care begins in Life Groups

God's given us the mission of transforming lives in our communities through knowing and growing in relationship with Jesus. To achieve this we worship together, do life together, and serve together. Here at East Park, we do life together in Life Groups.  To find out more about Life Groups click here.

Seasoned Citizens Social

We meet the last Friday of every month for good food and great conversation.  For more information or to rsvp, contact Carolyn Goodwin.

Women's Ministry

Women’s Ministry seeks to cultivate authentic, inclusive, loving relationships where women grow together in Christ.  For more information on Women's Ministry click here.

Men's Ministry

The goal of East Park Men's Ministry is to help men move forward in their life with God through developing meaningful relationships with other guys.  For more information on Men's Ministry click here.



We are people who believe in the power of prayer.  We understand that God wants us to present our requests to Him, He wants us to gather and pray for each other.  To find out more about our prayer ministry click here.

Life Long Learning

We offer courses throughout the year to grow in our relationship with Christ and each other.  For more details on the courses currently available click here.

Holy Yoga

Holy Yoga is experiential worship created to deepen people’s connection to Christ. Our sole purpose is to facilitate a Christ-honoring experience that offers an opportunity to believers and non-believers alike to authentically connect to God through His Word, worship and wellness.


We currently have classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00am in the Ministry Center and on Wednesdays at 6:30pm in the Clubhouse.

For more information contact Beth Salstrom.

Hope for Families


Hope for Families is a support group for those who know the feeling of desperation concerning the drug addiction of a family member.  We have traveled this path too, and found help, acceptance, hope and encouragement.  At Hope for Families you are no longer alone, but with people who have lived through similar trials and understand as few others could.  Some of us continue to watch a loved-one’s struggle with addiction.


When we meet, we support each other by sharing our experiences, failures, victories, strength and hope.  Our prayer is that in this group you will find assurance that no situation is too grim, and no unhappiness is too great to be overcome.  There IS hope!


For more information, go to the Hope for Families website here.