Helpful Links

Here are some ways to get connected to the life of the church and grow in your own walk with God.

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  • Visit our EWC Facebook page!

  • This page is dedicated to sharing prayer request with the EWC family, allowing us to pray with you, get updates and celebrate what God is doing in answer to His people's prayer!

  • Find our podcast of sermons and resources

  • EWC Youth

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  • See our children't ministry on Facebook.

  • We are a fellowship of evangelical churches in the Reformed tradition deeply committed to renewing our faith in the gospel of Christ and to reforming our ministry practices to conform fully to the Scriptures. (Blogs, Books, Bible Studies and More)

  • 9Marks exists to equip church leaders with a biblical vision and practical resources for displaying God’s glory to the nations through healthy churches. To that end, we want to see churches characterized by these nine marks of health: Preaching, Biblical Theology, The Gospel, Conversion, Evangelism, Membership, Discipline, Discipleship, Leadership.

  • What began as a friendship between four pastors from across denominational traditions has burgeoned into a biennial conference for thousands of pastors and church leaders who, for all their differences, are committed to standing together for the main thing—the gospel of Jesus Christ.

  • Free online bible. Search parallel translations

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  • Free daily devotional read by millions of people around the world.



    In his book The Sovereignty of God, A.W. Pink outlines the sovereignty of God from a Reformed standpoint. He defines God's sovereignty, and then explains how God's sovereignty is characterized in creation and salvation.

  • Siloam Missionary Homes located in Snow Camp, NC ministers to the housing needs of missionaries. The mission’s goal is to provide a comfortable, tastefully decorated, completely furnished home for weary, tired and yes, at times, sick missionaries. Siloam wants to meet the need for missionaries to find refuge and rest, a place to be together as a family, and to be refreshed, renewed and ready for their return to serve the Lord in the region He called them to.