Happy Father’s Day to All Our Dads! Thank you to everyone who shared a Father’s Day video with us. The videos will be shown during our online services this weekend. Or watch the video collection now via the video link on the weekly updates page …


Live, Outdoor Service Sunday 9am

This Sunday, we’re excited to offer a simple, live service on our Athletic Field! Because we’re now able to hold outdoor services for more than 100 people, we’ll only offer one on-campus worship experience this weekend.

For those who want to join us on the field, please wear your face mask and bring a lawn chair or picnic blanket. We also recommend bringing a water bottle.

Online services will continue. Scroll down to “Church Online This Weekend” for more details.

We appreciate your prayers and flexibility as we continue to work within the health guidelines!

Click the button below to let us know if you’ll be attending on-campus this Sunday. (Registration is helpful for planning purposes, but not required.)

YES, I’M COMING!


Church Online This Weekend

This weekend (June 20/21) we’ll continue our summer teaching series on the Parables of Jesus, Essential Stories: Subversive Parables That Shape Our Lives. See below for links to watch the service online. CLICK HERE to access a printable sermon outline.

Online Weekend Service Options

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Saturday 5:30pm | Sunday 8, 9:30, 11am

Facebook | Sunday at 9:30am

YouTube (You choose the time!)

YouTube in Spanish | efccbienvenido


Weekly Sermon Q&A

Thursday, June 25, 7pm
On Facebook Live

After watching the sermon this weekend, email us any questions you might have. Pastor Ryan will discuss these via Facebook Live this Thursday at 7pm.

Like our Facebook and Instagram pages to stay up to date.


Helping Alternatives Medical Clinic

For Sunday, June 28
9am – 1pm, EFCC Parking Lot

Do you have a jar of change sitting around your house? Bring it to church next Sunday, June 28, to donate to Alternatives Medical Clinic (AMC). They’ll be collecting donations from 9am to 1pm in our parking lot. Alternatives is one of our community outreach partners, helping women and men make life-affirming choices for pregnancy and sexual health.

Due to COVID-19, AMC wasn’t able to hold its annual baby bottle drive, one of their biggest fundraisers during the year. Bring your spare change and come help bless this key, local community partner.


Summer Discipleship Journey Course

Begins Week of June 28
Online Class Via Zoom

Discipleship Journey is an 11-week, life-changing course that will teach you how to see yourself as God sees you, and help you resolve issues from your past. This online course features weekly small group discussions on Zoom. Cost for class materials and online watch access is $40. CLICK HERE for more information or to register online.


Interest-free College Loan Program

EFCC’s Robert B. Foss Memorial Fund provides a limited number of interest-free loans to deserving college students who are EFCC members and attend California schools. Applicants will be considered based on church involvement, school and community activity, as well as student academic records.

Due to COVID-19, we’re extending the deadline to July 12, 2020 (usual deadline is June 30)CLICK HERE for more information and an application packet, or contact us for a hard copy application packet. Please return the completed documents to EFCC, attention Accounting, by Sunday, July 12, 2020.


Connect With Our Ministries

We’d love to keep in touch with you. CLICK HERE for our Connect With Us page to stay up to date with Faith Kids, Junior High, High School (Collide), Young Adults (theWell), and more.

Other Ways to Connect …

Pray for those in our church family via the Family News Update.

Want to donate to Emmanuel Faith? Visit www.efcc.org/give.
We’re still accepting donations to our Seminarian Fund through the end of June.

Your offerings can be mailed via any envelope to the church office:

Emmanuel Faith Community Church
Attn: Accounting
639 E. 17th Ave.
Escondido, CA 92025


ROMANS 12:9
“Let love be genuine. Abhor what is evil; hold fast to what is good.”