Outdoor Worship

Join us on Sundays at 11:00am at our outdoor, in-person, socially distant service in our ERBC parking lot.

See below for important information & updates:

Service Time is 11:00am on Sundays.

No need to RSVP, but it you want a V.I.P. experience, sign up here!

Worship Songs will be posted on our app usually by Fridays.
We will also have printed bulletins with worship lyrics available at the outdoor services.
You can download the APP here:
Apple Store or Google Play

Bring your own camp chair! (or if you forget we’ll have chairs on hand)

We will also continue to offer our weekend services online, so we invite you to join us every week for worship whether online at home, or at our outdoor service in our ERBC parking lot

Please refer to the below for further important information including FAQs and safety guidelines for our outdoor services.

Outdoor Worship FAQs

Sundays at 11AM

In our lower parking lot off of LoletaClick here for address and map.

The good news is that a few days before Christmas, Los Angeles County reversed its ban against indoor religious services. The bad news is that the Coronavirus doesn’t care what the county says.

Research has revealed that COVID-19 is much more dangerous, and much less understood, than other viruses we commonly face. Although we do not live in fear because of our hope in Jesus and his victory over death, we also seek to love one another in this time of uncertainty.

There are a lot of things that we don’t know about this virus. What we do know is that being next to one another, for extended periods of time, in an enclosed space, with minimal air flow, does not seem like the wisest course of action at this time.

A key passage for the church right now is 1 Cor. 10:23-33. The context of this passage is not re-gathering as a church, but rather a church culture in Corinth that had become infatuated with their freedom in Christ, and was therefore abusing it. “’I have the right to do anything,’ you say – but not everything is beneficial. ‘I have the right to do anything’ – but not everything is constructive.” No one should seek their own good, but the good of others.”

For the time being, we as a church, have made the decision to relinquish our right to meet indoors, and instead to meet outdoors and wear a mask when we come together. We do this because we believe that wearing a mask reduces the risk, not so much of catching COVID from someone else, but of transmitting COVID to another person.

We understand that some are beginning to consider masks a symbol of government tyranny or simply excessive fear. But at ERBC, we see masks simply as a tool of LOVING OUR NEIGHBOR and admitting that we don’t know everything. I could be sick and not know it: you could be immunocompromised and I not know it. Wearing a mask tells you, before we even lock eyes, that I care about you and your safety. In
other words, I wear a mask not for me: but for you.

Just show up! You do NOT need to RSVP to attend as we have space available.

A portable lawn chair or camp chair.

Please bring your own water as we will not have food, drinks or water distributed for safety reasons. See below on Face Coverings / Masks. You may want to bring or wear a hat or warm jacket/sweater pending the weather.

Yes, we will have access to the restrooms downstairs in Chi Hall.

Yes, with exception to Children under 2 years.

Yes. We will have praise and worship music in the service.

Yes. We will continue to offer our weekend services online for those who cannot attend in-person for whatever reason or do not yet feel comfortable attending an outdoor in-person service.

No. You can continue to view ERBC Children’s ministry via E-Rock Kids Virtual Church on Sundays on Facebook Live!

Preschool: 8 am & 10 am

Elementary: 8:30 am & 10:30am

No. To find out more about our Youth Ministry contact youthministry@eaglerockbaptist.com.

Please park in the upper parking lot off of Loleta. There will be a drop off location at the entrance to the lower parking lot to facilitate those who would benefit.

*Didn’t see your question answered above? Email andrew@eaglerockbaptist.com to submit a question.