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Children, youth and adult Sunday School: 9 a.m.

Sunday Service: 10 a.m.

Children’s Church is available for kids ages 6 weeks through fifth grade during our 10 a.m. service.

Where We’re Located:

2490 W. Capitol Drive
Appleton, WI 54914

(920) 735-9971

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Prayer, encouragement, biblical truth, evangelism, worship, fellowship

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Our Pastor

Pastor Greg Dykstra has more than 30 years of pastoral experience and began his ministry at Appleton Community Evangelical Free Church in 2014. Previously, he served in pastoral ministry in Illinois, Texas and Michigan. Learn more about Pastor Greg.

Children’s Ministries

Children are an important part of our community at Appleton Community EFC. We have Sunday School, Children’s Church, AWANA and youth programming available. Learn more.

Blog

  • April 2020 Reflections from Pastor Greg
    A Lifestyle of Worship, Giving Glory to God! The great preacher, Charles Spurgeon once said, “Nothing teaches us about the preciousness of our Creator as much as when we learn the emptiness of everything else.” Ravi Zacharias reminds us of a very important truth that might help us recognize that during this unique time of …

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  • From Pastor Blake: Worship Wars
    Years ago, our church in St. Cloud called an emergency meeting to discuss worship. People were furious that the worship style was changing. As a young college student, I was excited for the change in worship. I preferred the guitar to the organ. I preferred Chris Tomlin to John Newton. I didn’t understand why people …

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  • April 2020 Elder’s Report
    Spring time in Wisconsin brings about a new energy:  green leaves on the trees and the growth of the grass bring freshness, birds fill the air with the perfectly tuned songs, and the sun greets us promptly as we wake up.  In Wisconsin, we would     typically see an end to neighbor hibernation season as yards …

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