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But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His wonderful light.

1 Peter 2:9

GBC exists to glorify God by making disciples who transform the world.

We understand discipleship as an intentional, relational process by which people are equipped and sent out for God’s Kingdom work. For those who consider GBC their church home, this process takes place in three settings: Corporate Worship, Small Groups, and Service.

Worship Serve

Corporate Worship – For many, Sunday worship is the entry-point to life at GBC. As we gather each Sunday to worship in song, in prayer, and in the hearing of the Word, we trust this time is an opportunity for visitors to get a sense for what GBC is about. And while corporate worship is a great starting point, it is, nevertheless, just that—a starting point. The next step of involvement at GBC is plugging into a small group.

Small Groups – We are passionate about small group participation. Here at GBC, we’re convinced that community cultivates growth. When we engage in authentic community, the Lord uses us to help one another grow and mature spiritually. In the Scriptures this is called the “priesthood of believers” (1 Peter 2:9). So, we make a practice of gathering in small groups for the purposes of prayer, study, fellowship, and service.

Service – If we are equipped for the work of ministry in small group community, then we are sent out to transform the world through service in God’s Kingdom. We challenge everyone who considers GBC their church home to be active in service. Whether inside or outside the church, it makes no difference. We just want you to be in the game.