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The Eikon Church Podcast

By Eikon Church

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Description

Eikon is a Greek word that means “image” and we believe that every person, regardless of who they are or what they believe, is created in God’s image. Therefore, everyone has inherent and intrinsic value. Our mission is simply to help people become more like Jesus. We believe that as we strive together to become more like Jesus, we begin to tap into the lives of purpose God intended for us. We also believe that the Church is to represent God in a community. We believe that God is good, loving, and cares for this world therefore we ALSO want to be good, loving, and care for this world. We are intentional about building meaningful, lasting relationships with those in our community through small groups and offering opportunities for individuals and families to connect to God and to one another. It is through these relationships and opportunities that we will demonstrate what it looks like to love and live for Him. If you are currently without a church home, we invite you to join us at our next service!

Customer Reviews

Eikon Church is the best!!!

Love that no matter where I am I can stay connected to my church. Eikon is awesome. Love the community, the services, the small groups, the worship, all of it!! Grateful for this podcast.

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