When should I arrive?

Currently, we have two Sunday gatherings and the option to gather online. You’re also invited to join a Sunday class to learn more from God’s Word.

  • Sunday Service: 10:10 am
  • Sunday School classes: 9:00 am

Where should I go?

We gather together at our location on Airport Road between Pullman, WA, and Moscow, ID (see here for directions). We have a front parking lot with a covered drop-off area, plenty parking including handicap and senior spots. We also have a side parking lot with an entrance in the back where many families enter from. Our building also is entirely wheelchair accessible.

What should I wear?

We have no formal dress code or expectation. We often have a variety of attire amongst those joining us. Please wear what is comfortable for you.

I’m a college student looking for a ride from campus. Do you help with that?

We have a large variety of students from the University of Idaho and Washington State University. If you get connected with some of them, you undoubtedly would be able to find a ride from campus. If you’d like help with that at first, drop us a note at church@efreepalouse.org.

Who are the leaders of the church?

Our church is led by the Elders and the Deacons, as well as the staff members (including the Pastors and Ministry Directors). We hope you would be able to connect with a Pastor either on Sunday or sometime during the week. To get an idea who some of these people are ahead of time, see our Leadership and Staff.

What are my options for childcare?

During our Sunday Gathering, we have Children’s Church as an option for kids 5th grade and below (including nursery). Children join for the beginning while we sing together and then are dismissed before the sermon starts. Parents can check their kids in at the Children’s Ministry counter to their respective classes. Parents are also welcome to tend to their children while they listen to the sermon in room 110 (right across the hall from the main room), and mothers with little ones are welcome to the cry room in the back of the main room.

What happens on a Sunday?

Each Sunday, we sing songs to God together, learn from the Bible through it being preached, and pray together for prayer requests and reports worth praising God for. On the first Sunday of every month, we take our prayer and sharing time to take part in communion together. After the service, we enjoy fellowship together over coffee and snacks, and Elders of the church are available for prayer in room 108.

I want to get more involved. How can I do that?

On Sunday morning, the first step is to fill out a Connection Card. With it, you can request prayer, a meeting with a pastor, and more information on Life Groups and other ministries. We also have a variety of ministry and service areas available for people of all kinds of giftings. To view them all, see our page on becoming and belonging.