10am at Kuna High School
E3 Kids care available for 0 yrs - 5th Grade
Kuna High School
637 E Deer Flat Rd, Kuna, ID 83634
E3 Church exists to
engage, equip & empower people
to live out God's design for their lives.
The E3 Family
Whatever age or journey you are on in life, you are welcome here. We believe that through the unconditional love of Christ, communities will be transformed, one life at a time.
Pastor Brian and Jamie Taylor have a passion to help people discover their God-given purpose.
Brian is a coach at heart, with a desire to help people and churches fulfill the great commission at home and in their communities. They want to reach the Treasure Valley with the life-giving message of Christ as well as equip people to live out God's design for their lives.
Brian and Jamie love living in the beautiful state of Idaho with their four kids, Megan, Katie, Jack and Lauren.
Brian & Jamie Taylor
Our Core Values
Our Core Values are
WHO WE ARE.
They serve as the framework for
every decision made at
1. Worship God
"He’s Our Priority, not An Afterthought.” #WorshipGod
We seek to love God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength; to look for and partner with Him in every aspect of our lives.
2. Live Generously
"We are Contributors, not Consumers.” #LiveGenerous
We recognize what we have comes from our Creator. We live generously because we know He provides for us.
3. Provide Hope
“Hope, not Fear.” #ProvideHope
We point people to the One who is making all things new.
4. Serve Our Community
“For You, not From You.” #ServeOurCity
We show up to let people know we see them and God sees them.
We believe wholeheartedly in our Next Generation. That's why we partner with parents to help raise the next generation to live out God’s design for their lives. Your children have tremendous opportunities ahead and you can see how we keep them in mind by following the links below.
Serve Our City
“For You, Not From You”
Connect in Community
“Provide Hope, not Fear”
“Contributors, not Consumers”
Worship With Us
“He’s Our Priority, Not an Afterthought”