Sunday Service

We gather together online and in person each Sunday as a family of families to celebrate who God is and what he has done for us, as well as to learn how to live out our identity as disciples of Jesus throughout the week.
 
 

next online service

Sunday, August 9th at 10:00am
The service lasts about 1 hour.
Live video on Soma Eastside Church Facebook Page and YouTube Channel
Follow along at home with the liturgy and song lyrics for this service.  You can also find these posted on our church app (search "Soma Eastside Church" on your app store - it's free).
 
 
 

next in person service

Sunday, August 9th at 10:00am
The service lasts about 1 hour
Bellevue Way Community Church Parking Lot (OUTDOORS)
10431 SE 11th St, Bellevue, WA 98004
 
Capacity: 150 people
Register your family online
If you have lawn/camping chairs, please bring them!
Masks encouraged at all times.  Masks required if going inside the building (bathrooms) or if 6 foot distance cannot be maintained.
Please download our church app (search "Soma Eastside Church" on your app store - it's free) prior to the service.  Song lyrics and scripture readings will be posted to the app to use during the service.
 
 

sermon topic

Series: Death of our Divisions (Ephesians)
Unity Worthy of Your Calling // Ephesians 4:17-32
Warren Mainard
 
 

for kids

There will be no Kids Zoom Meeting for the next few weeks.  In-person service will not have childcare - kids will stay with their families.
 
 

in person service details

This Sunday, we will have one in-person service OUTDOORS at BWCC in the parking lot, at 10:00.  The service will last about an hour, with routine cleaning before and after.  This service can accommodate 150 people - there will not be any Kids Crews.
 
 
You can find answers to FAQs about in-person services here. 
 
 

giving

To give online, go to our Give page or bring your tithe to the Sunday service.  If you attend BWCC, you can drop off your tithe at the church.  
 
 

communion

What is communion?
Communion is a time to remember the sacrifice that Jesus made on the cross to save us from our sins, and reconnect ourselves with God.  The bread and wine (or juice) symbolize Jesus' body and blood that were broken and shed when he died on the cross.  You can read more about communion here.
 
How do I set up communion at home?
Prepare some small pieces of bread and small cups of wine or juice.  You can also dip the bread into the cup of wine or juice.  This is a chance to repent (or apologize) for ways you have not followed God and reconnect with God by remembering his great sacrifice to save you.  This can be done by yourself or with your family.
 
 

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Even while social distancing, we want to connect with you!
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