Welcome To Mansfield 1st EPC

We want every person we meet to come into a growing relationship with Jesus.

It sounds like a simple thing.  But we believe it is the most important thing in all the world.  Join us any Sunday at 10 am to learn more about us...and about the God we serve.

We want to get to know you and help you and your family find meaning and connection in life. 

Our purpose is to love God, grow in relationship with Him through Jesus Christ, and serve others in the power of the Holy Spirit.

Upcoming Events

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  • Mar 1 Sermon on the Mount Bible Study
    Wednesday at 7 pm, join us for a Bible Study on the Sermon on the Mount . "Jesus knows only simple surrender and obedience...." Dietrich Bonhoffer.
  • Mar 5 Discussion on C.S. Lewis' The Screwtape Letters
    A class on the Christian classic The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis meets Sundays at 9 am. Come join a discussion on this insightful look into the human condition as it shows us our need for Christ.
  • Mar 7 the Loft, a Place for Moms
    What is the Loft? The Loft is a place that moms of all ages can come to share a cup of coffee, find friendship, talk about issues unique to them and know that resources are available to help...resources about parenting, marriage and friendship.

Recent Updates

  • Real Worship? Real Worship? Worship is one of the most misunderstood words used in churches. When we worship we are attributing worth to God. We are acknowledging his greatness, his power, his glory, and so much more. Let us remember that music is a tool. View more
  • In His Presence In His Presence The worship crisis many churches face today is not the style of music or that the preaching is paltry. The real crisis is that most believers today have no sense of the presence of God and no willingness to pursue its development. Too often we place more importance on our comfort, likes and dislikes, and what we want, rather than the opportunity God has placed before us. View more
  • Intentional Parenting Intentional Parenting We study for school, receive training for work, and routinely get ready for a day, but oftentimes, we approach one of the most important jobs we will ever be given-that of a parent-as something that will just work itself out. View more