Raising Giant Slayers

This series will be all about family, and raising up kids who can face the world with a powerful faith in God. 

But regardless of if you have kids or not, there are truths about God that we all can learn through these messages!


Graves into gardens

Did you miss out on Palm Sunday or Easter at GCC? Listen to the messages here!


Character MAtters

Our character matters. It's a lesson we begin teaching children at a very young age, and we all need reminded of throughout our lives.

So what is the character of a Christian supposed to look like?

We explore this question by taking a look at Paul's writing to the Galatians, in what is called "the fruit of the Spirit."

Join us each week as we look at a new attribute to our character in Christ, and why it matters!


The Bible

Ever wondered where the Bible came from? How'd we get this big book of letters, poems, history, and truth about God?

As we head into the new year, we're diving into the Bible in a different way- not just looking at the truth it shares about Jesus, hope, grace, and faith, but also at how God used different people throughout history to put together this ultimate love letter.


Christmas time is here! Join us as we walk through the Christmas story, and behold the arrival of our Savior, Jesus!


Worst Year Ever

Let's face it- 2020 feels like it's been the worst year ever. It's been full of challenges, divisions, and lots of changes. 

This year has left us with a lot of questions: How do we carry on from here? How do we remain thankful in hard times? 

How do we close out the worst year ever with hope for the future?
We ask all these questions and more as we start our new series - "Worst Year Ever." 
We'll see what the Bible has to say about facing adversity with hope!

Worried Much?

Worry is a disruption to our daily lives. And yet, we often find ourselves worrying about many, many things.

So what does the Bible say about worry? What did Jesus himself say about worry?

How do we get rid of the disruption of worry in our lives, so we can truly live?



Join us as we walk through the book of Ruth, and learn how God works through each and every part of our lives!


Growing Down

Our whole lives we are told to grow up. But what if Jesus called us not to grow up, but to grow down?

Jesus called us to dig our roots deeper into God's calling for our lives, and to lean on him with a child-like faith.

What does it mean to grow down? Join us as we explore that question and more.


Going Deep

Everyone starts their faith journey in the shallows, but eventually we're all called to venture into the deep end of our faith,

Going deeper in our faith allows us to grow closer in our relationship to God.

Throughout this series, we'll explore how we go deeper in our faith. Are you ready to dive in?


Running from mercy

The Old Testament book of Jonah tells us the story of a prophet who tried to run from God.

Jonah was a man called to proclaim God to the nations, but instead tried to go his own direction.

What he didn't realize was that he wasn't only running from God's calling - he was running from the power of God's mercy.

As we explore Jonah's story, we ask ourselves the question - are we running from God's mercy?



As we begin our journey to Easter, we want to explore the life and story of Jesus, and why we believe in Him.

To do this, we're going to walk along with the apostle John, as he recalls the time he spent following Jesus.

By hearing from someone who lived and walked with Jesus, we are called not to believe based on blind faith,

but based on the testimony of those who witnessed Jesus in action.


Burning Questions

Who is God? Why are we called to follow Jesus? Is it worth it?

A part of growing in faith means asking questions, and all of us, at some point, have had questions about God.

Throughout this series, we explore some of the bigger questions about God and faith, 

and what makes it so important that we find the right answers.


Indispensable church

This week's message is a conversation between Adam and guest speaker Mike Napier about indispensABLE Church -

a church plant project that GCC will be partnering with later this year to reach the disabled community.

If you'd like to know more about the future of this great ministry, listen here!


Caring For The Body

This message is a stand-alone focus all on being a part of the church!


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.


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.  


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?


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.