We welcome you to come and experience a church life at GPC which encourages us to grow our faith and discover how to live as disciples of Jesus Christ through study, fellowship, care and service to others. For additional information about any of our ministries or upcoming events, please email the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Adult Ministry program includes many opportunities to learn and grow. Click learn more for details about the activities the Adult Ministry offers.
GPC youth meet Wednesday and Sunday evenings at 5:30 for supper, fellowship, Bible study September through May. Other programs and events are offered throughout the year as well. Click the button below for more details about these programs
Children ages 6 and up are encouraged to attend Sunday Worship. Children’s Church is offered as an alternative for children ages 4 – 5. Childcare for children 2 – 3 years is available during Sunday School and Worship. All teachers and volunteers have been screened and trained in accordance with the GPC Policy for the Protection of Minors and Vulnerable Adults.
Our monthly newsletter provides a calendar of upcoming events, and other articles of interest about church life at GPC. Click below if you would like to receive a copy.
Congregational Care luncheons offer a time of fellowship and delicious food prepared by our kitchen ministry volunteers the first Tuesday of every month, September through May, in the Fellowship Hall.
Sunday School classes meet in the Parlor and upstairs classrooms.
The Men’s Breakfast group meets each Wednesday morning of the month, 8:00 to 9:00, in the Fellowship Hall and features times of prayer, fellowship and study.
Wednesday night Bridges is held September through May and begins at 5:15 p.m. with dinner in the Fellowship Hall, followed by Bible studies, guest presenters from various community missions or non-profits supported by GPC. All are invited and child care is available.
Presbyterian Women is a community of women committed to making a positive difference in the lives of others through acts of Christian service in our church, community and throughout the world. Circles meet once a month from September through May for Bible study, inspiration, and fellowship.
Our youth programs and events include serving as acolytes, leading the Youth Sunday Service, confirmation classes, summer retreats for 8th – 12th grade youth, ski trips, and service projects such as Souper Bowl of Caring, buying and wrapping Christmas gifts for children who attend the Teach My People after-school program located at McDonald Elementary in Georgetown.
Other events are scheduled throughout the year including the Sweetheart Dance in February, annual Easter Egg Hunt, Vacation Bible School in July and the Fall Festival in October. These events are eagerly anticipated by children from the church and the greater Georgetown community.