This Week & More        

See our Calendar for future events.

Please see Services & Bible Studies for general guidelines during our services.

  Sunday, September 19:  

  9:30am  Sunday School (Classes for all ages.)
10:45am  Worship and KidsWorship
     Songs: “Blessed Be Your Name”, “Glorious Day”, “Mighty to Save”, “’Tis So Sweet”, and “I Need Thee Every Hour”. We welcome Adam Winters back to bring the message today.
   1:00pm  Agape Myanmar Mission Church
  Wednesday, September 22:  

   7:00pm  Zoom Bible Study *

  Friday, September 24:  

   7:45pm  Family Movie Night: "The Star"

     Join us for a great night of fun, safe entertainment for the whole family! The movie is “The Star,” an animated movie from 2017. It will be projected on an inflatable screen outside. Bring chairs and blankets. Pre-packaged refreshments will be provided as will insect spray and hand sanitizer.
    In Sony Pictures Animation's The Star, a small but brave donkey named Bo yearns for a life beyond his daily grind at the village mill. One day he finds the courage to break free, and finally goes on the adventure of his dreams. On his journey, he teams up with Ruth, a lovable sheep who has lost her flock and Dave, a dove with lofty aspirations. Along with three wisecracking camels and some eccentric stable animals, Bo and his new friends follow the Star and become accidental heroes in the greatest story ever told - the first Christmas. (Rated PG, Time: 1 hr 26 min)

  Sunday, September 26:  
  9:30am  Sunday School (Classes for all ages.)
10:45am  Worship and KidsWorship
   1:00pm  Agape Myanmar Mission Church
  Wednesday, September 29:  

   7:00pm  Zoom Bible Study *

  Saturday, October 2:  

   8:00am  Men's Ministry Prayer Breakfast

     The men of the church are invited to meet in the fellowship hall for prayer and fellowship.

* Zoom is a free video conferencing program which can be downloaded at https://zoom.us/download#client_4meeting.

​           Information          

  • We strongly urge you not to shake hands or hug when greeting one another and encourage you to distance from those not in your household.

  • Remember you should stay home if you are sick, especially if you are running a temperature.

  • Wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitizer.

  • Please follow CDC guidelines regarding masks. If you need a mask, you can pick one up from the tables as you come in.

  • Place your offering in the plate on the table at the front of the sanctuary.

​        Words to Live By        

     For many people, the pandemic redefined work, with more employees logging hours from a home office — or kitchen table. Boundaries between job and personal life blurred, as did any sense of being “off duty.”
    Most of us prefer clear divisions between our tasks and time. While such separations may help with scheduling, they are artificial human constructs. “Whatever your task,” says Colossians 3:23 (NRSV, emphasis added) — whether in public or private, family or job, spiritual or worldly activities — “put yourselves into it as done for the Lord.” Verse 17 tells us to “do everything” in Jesus’ name, “giving thanks to God the Father through him.”
    That means even work and worship interlock. As Rick Warren writes, “Work becomes worship when you dedicate it to God and perform it with an awareness of his presence.”

    As you’re enjoying the fall colors and sipping apple cider, ponder this saying: “Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to let things go.”
    When leaves stop producing chlorophyll, they turn vibrant shades of yellow, orange and red. This yearly spectacle makes way for the leaves to let go and fall. It also serves as a good reminder of things we may need to drop: clutter around the home, a desire for control, commitments that no longer bring joy, personal expectations that cause added stress, a need to always be right and so on.
    Just as the Israelites had to let go of their past as slaves in Egypt and Saul-turned-Paul had to abandon his persecuting ways, we, too, can let go of what weighs us down and gets in the way of God’s best for our lives. Embrace fall as a season of change and see just how beautiful it is to let things go!
—Janna Firestone

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Becoming a Church Member

     If you are interested in becoming a member of our church family, contact the church office by phone at 502 361-2911 or by email. You may also let pastor Donnie know during the closing song at the Sunday Service. At your earliest convenience, pastor Donnie will make an appointment to discuss the process with you.

 

How to Receive Prayer Requests

     Prayer requests are sent out by email. To be added to receive these requests, please use the Receive Our Mailings form on our Home page.

Adding Someone to our Prayer List

     If you wish to add someone to the prayer list, please call the church at 502 361-2911 during regular office hours or use the Receive Our Mailings form on our Home page. Please let the church office know if someone can be removed from the prayer list. The list is published monthly with the church bulletin.

Receiving our Church Newsletter by Email

     Our newsletter is published monthly. If you are a member of GCBC and wish to receive the newsletter by email, please use the Receive Our Mailings form on our Home page. The Community Connections GCBC.ws Edition shows worship times instead of members' birthdays.

Providing Your Email Address to Us

     The most efficient way to notify members is by email. If the church office doesn't have your email address, please send it to us using the Receive Our Mailings form on the Home page. If you don't have email, we will always make our best effort to notify you of important updates by phone.