Posts by gcc

Posts by gcc

Back in the Church Building

join us this Sunday in the church Building We will be having our first gathering at the church (17 Pleasant ST) this Sunday at 10am. Please wear a mask and maintain 6ft of distance between those that are not from your household. Please join us on Zoom if you have any symptoms or have been exposed to Covid-19 in the last 14 days. All doors will be propped open and pews will be clearly marked for social distancing.  The Parlor and Fellowship Hall…

Knowing God Book Study

For our discipleship class on Wednesdays at 7pm we will be reading and discussion the classic book, Knowing God by J.I. Packer.  While reading along is encouraged it is not required to join the discussion. There are two ways to get the book in a timely manner (Amazon prime won’t arrive until around May 9): The Kindle version is available immediately for  $7.99. You can buy a used copy for as low as $4.  Shipping will likely take about a…

Passion Week and Easter at GCC

Christ in the Passover – Wednesday @ 7pm Join us on Zoom  for a time of instruction and discussion, learning how the Hebrew celebration of Passover is fulfilled by Christ, the perfect lamb sacrificed for his people.  We will be following this Messianic Passover Haggadah. Good Friday Service – Friday @ 6:30pm Our Good Friday service will be a solemn remembrance of Jesus’ death.  We are collaborating with Infinity Church in Fountain Inn, SC and the service will be on…

Opportunities to Serve Others

If you have been affected by the current pandemic, please let us know.  We want to help in any way we can.  We have a deacon’s fund that can meet short-term needs and a community of generous people that stand ready to serve.    This website can also be a helpful resource for people looking for financial assistance: https://findhelp.org/  There are many ways you can help others during this time including checking in on your neighbors, family, and friends.  Here…

Virtual Meeting Schedule

JOIN US ON ZOOM! Woship | Sundays @ 10am The worship gathering includes prayer, scripture reading, music, and a message.  There is a time for fellowship after the service. Prayer | Tuesdays @ 8:30am Our prayer gathering will be an opportunity for us to pray for those affected by the current crisis and to share prayer requests with each other. Discipleship Class | Wednesdays @ 7pm Our discipleship class is a time of teaching with lively interaction. NEW DISCIPLESHIP CLASS BEGINS THIS WEDNESDAY…

GCC’s Response to COVID-19

Update #2: March 14, 2020 Grace Community Church, The elders met last night and determined that in addition to cancelling tomorrow’s service it would be wise for us to plan on cancelling next Sunday (March 22nd) as well.  However, we would like to provide and opportunity for us to gather virtually for a time of prayer and reflection on God’s word.   This will give us an opportunity to meet together and encourage one another (Hebrews 10:25). The meeting will be at 10am tomorrow. …

This Time Tomorrow

We are a church learning to authentically live out Jesus’ grace and this fall we have been exploring what that looks like in the places god has already put us.  This video is the result of our discussions in the adult discipleship class, “Life on the Frontline.”

Sing, Sing, Sing (Psalm 96)

Oh sing to the Lord a new song; sing to the Lord, all the earth! Sing to the Lord, bless his name; tell of his salvation from day to day. Psalm 96:1-2 Have you ever gone to a big event and had someone come out and yell into a microphone, “How’s everyone doing tonight!?!”  My observation is that the proper response is not simply to answer, “Fine,” but to yell.  You don’t have to formulate words, just make noise.  And…

Psalm 23 – Comfort in the Valley

As we preach through our August sermon series, “Praying the Psalms,” we will be posting meditations on some of the psalms which we are encouraging you to pray through during the week.  This is the sixth meditation in the series. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a good metaphor is worth a million, and a good poem is worth a billion! David chose the second and third options, giving us six simple verses that make up one of…
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