TRANSFORMING OUR WORLD THROUGH THE LOVE OF GOD
Welcome to GCC.
Jesus’ mission is as loud and clear today as the day he gave it 2000 years ago: ‘...make disciples’. It’s a mission that always takes us beyond where we are to make disciples within diverse communities of different ages, ethnicities, backgrounds, beliefs, and geography.
Shaped by this mission... we are a church of diverse communities living out the gospel together.
SHOW COMPASSION. FOSTER THE COMMON GOOD.
Be a part of GCC community service day on the 18th of October!
There is a project for everyone! We'll need your smile, your helping hands, your family, flatmates and friends as we connect your compassion with opportunities to serve our city.
Click HERE to view the full list of projects, read more and SIGN UP!
WE URGENTLY NEED TEAM LEADERS FOR SOME OF THE PROJECTS:
Homeless Outreach, GI Cleanup, Oakley Creek clean up, Iosis.
Please email email@example.com if you would like to be one.
Our services are crafted to be environments that inspire and invite all who come to engage honestly with God – whether seeker or seasoned believer. We meet together to adore the God we are made in the image of and to delight in being a part of a community that is vibrant and close, because of the love of God and the fullness of life he invites us into.
Current Teaching Series: Game Changers
30 August - 11 October
Mature Morning Tea
Thursday 8 October, 10-11.30am in the Cafe
A couple of months ago, I invited some of our ‘older adults’ to a morning tea. I spoke about some new initiatives being explored (to keep everyone in the loop) and made myself available to any questions anybody had about me or GCC.
Based on the positive feedback of that morning, I thought we would do it again.
Our next one is on Thursday 8th October 10-11.30am. I’d love if it you can make it. Feel free to let others know as well.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for catering purposes.
Saturday 10 October, 6.30pm at GCC
NZ musician, Jules Riding, will be performing and giving his powerful testimony.
We will study the teachings of Dr Grant Mullen.
The event ends with supper.
Everyone is invited to join us.
For more information: phone 0223006103 or email: email@example.com
Walk For Hope
Saturday 17 Oct, 10am.
This is an ideal opportunity to get involved for those who can’t make it on Sunday 18 Oct.
Click here for more information.
Our worship events provide an encounter with the redeeming love of God through engaging and relevant teaching, musical worship and prayer.
Our small groups programme focuses on connecting people together for care and support and on equipping individuals with the love of God.
GCC events focus on connecting people to God and to others, training and development, and encouraging people to transform their world with the love of God.