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Our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement can be found here

Worship Services for Palm Sunday, April 5, Good Friday, April 10, and Easter Sunday, April 12, will be live-streamed only. The church office is currently closed. For now, we are making our determinations in two-week windows.


Good FridayGood Friday, April 10, 6:00 p.m. Invite your friends, family, and neighbors to worship with us tomorrow. Scripture: Zechariah 3:1–9.


EasterEaster Sunday, April 12, 10:45 a.m. Invite your friends, family, and neighbors to celebrate our Risen Lord by joining firstevan.org/watch. Cole Huffman's sermon is "Catch Easter" from Luke 24:33–49.


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CCHSChrist Community Health Services – CCHS is working tirelessly to serve the community. Not only do they continue to operate their clinics but they are also now a daily testing site for COVID-19. They are inviting the local church to bless their staff by providing lunch meals for their staff. Click here for a SignUpGenius link to provide a lunch meal at one of their office locations.


Baskets of LoveNeighborhood Christian Center "Baskets of Love" – Click here for details.


VitalantBlood Donations—Vitalant, formerly known as Lifeblood, is seeking blood donors. Each donation can save three lives. To sign up or receive additional information, please click here or call 877-258-4825. *Please note this is the organization First Evan works with.


Meet MemphisOpportunities to Love and Engage Our Neighbors—We want to continue to provide healthy and appropriate opportunities to love and engage our neighbors. Social distancing is important, of course, and we want to abide by the protocols being encouraged from local officials. If you’re able and willing, the wording of the “Safer in Homes” order still lends us the provision to serve the vulnerable and those in need. As much as ever, we desire to be Christians who embrace the least of these. Here are a few opportunities for you to consider


Be WellBe Well is a home-based health and wellness program that will engage, motivate, and educate everyone on best health and wellness practices during our time of crisis. Churches across the globe can use it to reach, communicate, and connect with their members during the (COVID-19) pandemic. By taking advantage of this program, we can effectively minimize the stress, fear, and health degeneration brought about by the mass quarantine. Email Jeffery Johnson with questions or subscribe here.


Summer RefreshmentsSummer Refreshments — We still hope to offer Summer Refreshments this summer. This could be a Bible Study, book discussion, topical study, or creative instruction for men, women, or coed. If you are interested in leading a group, please contact Sharon Mrok by Monday, April 13. If we are not able to meet in person, we are hoping to offer some classes online.


Upcoming Events

  • Meet Memphis CANCELED, Saturday, April 18, 9:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.  We invite the entire congregation to participate in a morning of service and introduction alongside our ministry partners. Register here.

  • Girl Talk (Impact Girls), Sundays, April 26, May 3, 6:15–7:30 p.m., Zoom (email for ID).  Middle school girls are invited to a semester-long study on the women of the Bible. For questions or more information please email Anna Phillips.

  • Mentoring Moms, Tuesday, April 21, 7:30 p.m., Zoom.  All young moms and moms-to-be are invited to join us for a Zoom Chat to hear from Val Gosney as she speaks on Hope or No Hope? What Are You Believing About God’s Love For You? The meeting link will be sent out to Sunday School classes or you can email Sharon Mrok for more information.

  • (Tentative) “Knights of North Castle” Vacation Bible School (VBS), Monday–Friday, June 8–12, 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. (4 years old–entering 5th grade).  Members 6th grade and up are invited to serve. Stay tuned for details.

  • (Postponed until after Easter; possibly moved until summer) Canvas Art Class   With our art program, we walk participants through a six-week drawing and painting series that focuses on our relationship with God. The progressive narrative for the class illustrates mankind’s creation, the separation from God, mankind’s usage of art to express our soul and need for God, and our extravagant reconnection to God. 

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Worship Service, Palm Sunday, April 5: Audio | Sermon Video
Palm Sunday 2019 "Jesus is Greater": Video
FEC Kids Resources
FOCUS April E-Newsletter
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Ongoing Events 








  • Preschool "Helping Hands," Sunday mornings. Our biggest need requires NO preparation; we simply need “helping hands” to help our 3–5-year-old preschoolers stay engaged in the lesson and run the activity centers that our leaders have planned. Ideally, helpers would serve every other week, in order to build relationships with the children, but we would also welcome helpers to serve once a month. We'd love for you to join our team! Please email children@firstevan.org or call us at 682-8452.

  • Nursery, Sundays, 10:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. We need people to rock babies during the Worship Service. We'd love for you to join our team! Please email children@firstevan.org or call us at 682-8452.

  • Greeters Team — Do you enjoy making people feel welcome on Sunday mornings? We’re looking for volunteers who would be willing to serve on holiday Sundays and special event Sundays when we don’t have a Sunday School class overseeing Hospitality at the entrances. If you would be interested in helping with this, contact Crickett Keeth at 682-8452.

  • Volunteers Needed: His Touch Ministry.  Do you have a heart for the needy, the elderly, or the lonely? His Touch is a visitation ministry to the homebound. Currently we are in need of volunteers to share the love of Christ with those who are unable to join in our regular church fellowship due to age or illness. To join this team of visitors or to receive more information, call or text Linda Lambert at 901-832-9314.

  • Moms in Prayer: We all pray to be godly mothers and grandmothers.  Moms In Prayer gives you a weekly opportunity to do so.  Connect with other moms in your area to lift up and stand in the gap for your children, schools, administrators, and homeschools. Go to www.momsinprayer.org or text Jean Lassiter at (843) 697-8042.

  • Audio/Visual Assistance Needed. Do you enjoy pushing buttons, problem solving, and being behind the scenes? Then come be a part of our Audio/Video Ministry! We are looking for volunteers for our Sunday morning service and whether you know it all or are willing to learn we would love to have you. If you're interested, contact our AV Director Christopher Godoy and he will get connected.

  • Kroger Community Rewards.  Kroger allows you to link your card to one charity. You can have extended family members and friends register as well. To register, simply activate your card at Kroger.com, click log-in, click on the “community” tab. Register your card to “First Evangelical Church” organizational number “23883.” It only takes five minutes to register.

  • Guardians Needed, Sundays and Wednesdays.  Men are needed to help keep our church members and property safe during church services and activities. Contact us at 682-8452.

  • Amazon Smile. Did you know that if you shop online at Amazon, a percentage of your purchases will go to support the ministry of First Evangelical Church? You can click here or simply go to www.smile.amazon.com and search for First Evangelical Church as the organization you would like to support.

Memphis Ministries Opportunities

If you're interested in attending any upcoming connection points or serving our city, please email Andrew Beach to RSVP!

Outside Events