Where do I start?
We are here to help you take that next step. GACC has a number of groups for you to try out--many don't even require that you sign up first (although we do encourage you to request any information that you may need using the form at the bottom of the page). We aren't looking for certain levels of faith, skill, talent, or knowledge. We just want to come together on our journey as we glorify God and make disciples, helping each other to become more like Jesus along the way.
We are a supportive community of friends to lean on and ask questions. We understand mental health struggles because we, ourselves, struggle, or we have people close to us who struggle. We believe that those who suffer from mental health issues are not faithless, weak minded, or failures. We believe the Bible is the truth, and our primary source of wisdom and health. No matter what you are dealing with, we welcome you to join us at our once-a-month meetings. Our time each month is spent sharing about our struggles, praying for each other, and discussing various tools and resources related to mental health. We would love to have you! “A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity.” (Proverbs 17:17)
Whether you are a seasoned pro, or just want to learn the game, come and play! Meet some people, get some exercise, and have some fun.
All men are invited to come out for a hearty breakfast and a time of fellowship and shared faith.
This is a great time to stay connected with old friends, and get to know new ones. We really hope to see some new faces. Come join us for a meal together; everybody's gotta eat!
This is a Bible study for women of all ages! In 2023, we will walk through the life of Jesus to help us grow to be more like Him.
A light meal is served at 6:00, followed by activities that promote fun, fellowship, caring for others, all in the name of Jesus.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME! Whether you are a prayer warrior, would like to strengthen your prayer life, or are just starting out, come join us. We pray for our church, our community, our nation, our world, our families--whatever is on our hearts to pour out to God.