A Little About The GGC Family
The best way to describe GGC is the word family. I know a lot of churches say that, but visitors say they really do feel it when they come in. Most of us feel like we just don't fit anywhere else. We've heard it said, "I feel like a misfit at other churches".
We're truly not concerned with what you wear, your past, or your doubts. We launched GGC because we wanted a church that was as close to the New Testament model as we could get today. We wanted raw Christianity, and we wanted a group of folks who genuinely loved and cared for each other. What does that look like? Here are some examples:
We've purchased a used car for a young lady who was in need.
We've seen families give each other furniture and meet others' needs - and not wealthy families who had extra, but people giving to others in the midst of their own need.
You will often see "adoption" in our church family. Single young men and women who come from terrible family environments find spiritual mothers and fathers in the GGC family.
We've stopped services to pray over someone who is hurting and needs to feel the love of Christ extended to them.
Though we have a "structure" to our services, we're absolutely fine with that being changed when the Holy Spirit leads us to do something else - we're not unorganized, but more organic in our gatherings.
If this sounds like something you might be looking for, give us a try. We're not everyone's cup of tea, but we are a refreshing drink to many.