Tuition does not cover the costs needed to operate the school, therefore we rely heavily on donations. If not specified,  your donation will go toward the area with the most need or the general operating budget. If you would like your donation to go toward something specific, please indicate that along with your donation. Thank you for your support of East Martin Christian School.

Wild Game Dinner

The Wild Game Dinner will be Saturday, February 4 at 5 PM. The night will consist of a wild game and fish buffet dinner (including sides and awesome desserts).

This year’s speaker is Greg Abbas. He is the former host of TV’s A-Way and a Professional Turkey Hunting Guide.

Doors will open at 4 PM if you want to come early and check out all the auction items! There will be a Silent auction as well as a Dutch auction.

There will also be a coyote hunt. Registration is Friday, February 3 from           3:30-5:30 PM. Weigh-in will be Saturday, February 4 at 4:00 PM. The official rules can be found when you click below as well as other information about the night.

Come on out and enjoy a night of fun!

Harvest Sale

We are excited to announce that our 80th Annual Harvest Sale is Saturday, October 14 at 4:00 PM. The Harvest Sale is a long-standing tradition at East Martin Christian School. It began years ago to celebrate and give thanks for a bountiful harvest, but also to auction off harvest items to buyers who too could enjoy the blessings of the harvest. This yearly tradition continues today. We continue to auction off harvest items along with many donated items from businesses, individuals, and families. Proceeds from the auction go toward the school’s operating costs.

This is a big event so be sure to invite your family and friends! Come out to EMCS for a night of food, fun, and fellowship to raise money for Christian education.

If you would like to donate or sponsor this event please contact Jessica Tucker at 269-998-2960 or Jenny VandeBunte at 616-217-7977 with items/descriptions to be included in the Harvest Sale booklet.



The walk-a-thon takes place each May on the school grounds. Students get pledges from family, friends, and neighbors and they walk as many laps as they can in 1.5 hours. Prizes are awarded to all of the students based on laps, money raised, and participation.  The proceeds from this event often support specific cause or need that the school has.