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Child Dedication

May 28th, 2017

Child Dedication Orientation: 9am, May 21st at Volunteer Central (Upstairs at Phase 2) Child Dedication: Either 9am OR 11am service, May 28th at Phase 2

There is no age limit to dedicate your child, and you're welcome to dedicate more than one child at a time. We look forward to welcoming you and your child into Family Ministries at GCC!

Register today to sign your family up! Contact Abby Barr at with questions.

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June Connection Class

June 4th, 2017

Join us for the June Connection Class!

Location: Volunteer Central (second floor of Phase 2 on the right before Kid City)

Purpose: The class begins at 10:30am. Coffee and light refreshments will be provided. Directly following the meet and greet, the class will begin and we will discuss GCC's mission, vision, history, ministries, and more in a casual environment where you can get all your practical questions answered.

Register today to save your spot! Contact Dorian Watson at with questions.

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Family Meeting

June 4th, 2017

Join us for the next family meeting where we will provide updates regarding our potential adoption of RABC and spend time in prayer together as a church family.

Childcare is provided for anyone who pre-registers for the event here.

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Summer Group Connect

June 11th, 2017

Summer In The City (#SummerInTheCity) is a unique time for our church family. Summers in Lynchburg are a ton of fun, and we want to be faithful as a church family to be present in our city. The primary way we do that is through Gospel Communities.

So, if you don't belong to a GC, join us for the next Group Connect to learn about the purpose of our groups, meet leaders, and discover how you can get connected.

Also, check out the reason and thought process behind #SummerInTheCity here:

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Kazakhstan Trip

July 6th - July 16th, 2017


This trip provides the opportunity to engage and encourage local Christians in a predominantly Muslim area of Western Asia and partner with them in ministry to local seekers.

Converting to Christianity can carry a significant stigma in Kazakhstan. By running rafting/camping trips out of town, our hosts provide a situation where seekers can come fellowship with Christians in safety without fear of being seen and persecuted for their interest.

For more information, contact David Gentala: or 972-261-6304