All Things New

A new year marks a new start- a chance to try new things, to leave the old behind, and to challenge ourselves to grow.

But what drives us to grow? And how can we look to the future with joy when the world seems so full of sorrow?

God is the ultimate giver of hope. As we start our new year, we begin by looking at the ways the He is making all things new.


Missing christmas

None of us are worried about actually missing Christmas this holiday season.

December 25th is marked on our calendars long before the day itself rolls around.

How often, though, do we miss out on the meaning of Christmas? The reason we celebrate Christmas in the first place?

Throughout this series, we talk about how not to miss out on the most important reason for Christmas - Jesus!


Galatians: Freedom

Throughout this series, we'll explore Paul's letter to the church in Galatia, 

and talk about the message of freedom through grace that he shared with them- and with us.


Monsters inc

There are many monsters in our lives that will undermine our faith if we let them.

In this series, we talk about some of those monsters - fear, pride, and guilt - and how Jesus helps us overcome them.

Jesus came so that we don't have to live in fear of our monsters!


Stand Alone Messages

These messages are stand-alone sermons brought to us by different speakers.


X Marks the spot

When searching for a lost treasure, it helps to have a treasure map to guide you to your goal.

Much in the same way, we often look for a roadmap in our walk with Jesus, to know that we're on the right path.

Throughout this series, we'll talk about the clues and the roadmaps that God has left us to find that ultimate treasure-

a close relationship with Jesus, from now until forever.


Nehemiah: rise and build

In the Old Testament, Nehemiah faced a challenge to rebuild Jerusalem, the city of God's people, and he answered the call.

Today, the church has a similar call: to build up a community of believers that share the love of Jesus with the world.

Join us as we walk through the book of Nehemiah and learn what it means to be individuals, families, 

and a church focused on building up the kingdom of God.


Big Church

We have a lot we can learn from the very first church found in the Bible.

Join us as we walk through the book of Acts, and explore what it truly means to be the church,

and how the church got its start - as a BIG movement of people.


Family Matters

The two greatest entities that God ever created are the church and the family. 

We believe that the church should walk alongside of parents to help them navigate parenthood

in an intentional way, not in just a quick-fix, reactive or spontaneous way. 

The principles that we'll learn about in the series Family Matters will help us be more intentional

in the way in which we parent and influence the next generation.  


The End Is Just The Beginning

Let's be honest, sometimes the things that Jesus said seem to be more than a little confusing. 

Statements such as "Blessed are the poor..." or "Blessed are those who mourn..." 

Through this series of messages, "The End Is Just The Beginning" we'll look at four paradoxical statements

and discover another paradox, that when we reach the end of ourselves, that is the beginning of life. 


One More

Life is humanity's most valuable commodity. While this may not come as a surprise, it should come as a wake up call-

do we value the lives of others enough to tell them about Jesus?

The potential of the church lies in those people we haven't reached yet, 

and God is calling us to reach out, even if it means only reaching ONE MORE person.


The Judges

You've probably heard more than one person in your life say that the Bible is too old to be relevant.

We believe that the opposite is true: the Bible is full of knowledge that can absolutely impact how we live today.

Join us as we take a look at some of ancient Israel's most iconic spiritual leaders to learn how their experiences

reflect the world we live in today, and how we can grow closer to God through the challenges we face.


It Takes a Church

The church was designed to be the mobilization of the hands and feet of Christ.

We have a calling as the church to go out into the world and make disciples.

That's not the job of just one person - it takes a church to BE the church.


Gently Used

What impact should faith ultimately have on our lives?

Is it enough for us to "just believe" in Jesus, but never change the way we live?

Or is faith rather a call to action, and not something to be left "gently used"? Let's talk about that.


I Love my church

Church was never intended to be just a building, or a location, or an event- it was meant to be a community.

The church is a gathering of God's people, called to love one another the same way that Jesus loves us.

Here at GCC, we don't want you to just go to church- we want you to love your church.

Throughout this series, we'll learn what it means to love our church, and how God uses that to build community.



Have you ever been caught doing something you know you shouldn't have been doing?

Whether you were a kid breaking the rules, or an adult stuck in a bad situation, getting busted is never fun.

However, getting busted can lead us to redemption, if we own up to our sins, and allow God to work in our lives.

Are you willing to take responsibility for your actions, and allow God to lead your way?



The Old Testament prophet Hosea was a living reflection of God's love for us.

Hosea was told by God to marry a woman who lived as a prostitute, even after they were married.

Yet even when she was sold into slavery, Hosea loved her so much that he went and bought back her freedom.

Like Hosea's love for his wife, God's love for you is boundless- He bought your freedom from sin and shame through Jesus.


Just a phase

From the time a child is born to the time they turn 18 years old, there are 940 weeks.

That's 940 chances for their family and community to make a difference in their lives.

If the church is going to make a difference in the next generation, we have to make the most of every one of those 940 chances.

That may seem like a lot, but it goes by faster than you think.

No matter how old the children in your life may be, this is just a phase, so don't miss it.