CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATES

  • Care-related drop offs will be accepted at our Fulton campus on Tuesdays and Fridays, 9A – 1P.

  • All in-person gatherings, meetings & events are postponed until further notice.For any questions, please reach out to info@gcconline.org

  • Worship gatherings will be available via our web, app, YouTube, and Facebook by 9A on Sunday morning.

  • Virtual prayer meetings will be taking place throughout the week. Join us. We are gathering via Facebook Live on Wednesday at 7P.

Update as of April 1

The Quick Takeaways: 

  • Holy Week devotionals will be available daily online next week (Monday – Friday). Keep your eye out and make sure you’re following us on Facebook, Instagram, or Youtube.
  • Our Good Friday gathering will be available on… you guessed it, Good Friday, April 10.
  • There’s a little bit of prep work you’ll need to do: get your Communion Elements ready. If you are going on an essential grocery store run in the next few days, make sure to add crackers and juice to your list!
  • Lastly, join us tonight on Facebook for prayer. Pastor Mitchel will be joined by Pastor Matt Klingler from The Well. You won’t want to miss it!

UPDATE As of March 25

Following the latest guidance from the Maryland government, Grace Community Church will have pastors available via phone / video call as needed (rather than in-person). If you are in need of assistance or would like to talk with a pastor, you can still reach us at 240.553.1090 or email care@gcconline.org

We will continue to use our Fulton campus as a drop-off location for food, clothes, and other items that are needed for the care of our community. We will be accepting these on Tuesdays and Fridays, 9A – 1P. 

If you have any questions, please reach out to info@gcconline.org or 240.553.1090. 

UPDATE As of March 18 // A quick recap for you: 

A quick recap for you: 

  • Join us at 7P TONIGHT (3/18) on FACEBOOK for a time of prayer. Pastor Mitchel and a few leaders will be streaming LIVE. Let’s gather and spend some time as a body, praying. 
  • Please worship in your homes this Sunday! Rather than meeting with community groups, let’s spend time with those in your homes… families, roommates (maybe that roommate that hasn’t been to church in awhile??), and of course pups, cats, and houseplants are invited too! 
  • The March 22 worship gathering will be available on all the same platforms by 9A this Sunday. (online, app, Youtube, and Facebook). 
  • And as a friendly reminder, all events and meetings are postponed until further notice. But do not fear! We are working on a variety of ways to deepen your walk with Jesus during these unprecedented ~corona~ times. Stay tuned for more info. 

Update as of March 16 // 4P

As you know, things are changing by the hour and our church leadership team has been carefully assessing the situation. We have decided to postpone all on/off-campus meetings and events at Grace until further notice, including D-Team and Community Group meetings. Please know that while this was not an easy decision, we are trusting the Lord and His leading in making it. We know how critical our community and ministry groups, and events are to the life and discipleship of our body. We are taking this day by day, week by week, as we continue to learn more.

Update as of March 13

Dear Grace,

For the past few weeks, our airwaves have been inundated with corona-related guidelines and notifications. We’ve all received numerous emails about washing your hands and being wise if you’re vulnerable or are feeling sick. “Social distance” is now a part of our everyday language. You have more than enough information on what you should do.

We’ve been monitoring the situation, listening to our local and national leaders, talking to medical professionals, and prayerfully discerning what we should do as neighbors in this community, but also citizens of God’s kingdom.

Last night, our elders came together in order to discern how to respond. After much prayer and discussion, we believe that it is best to not gather together at Fulton for the next two weekends. Over the next two weeks, we’ll decide on what to do beyond that timeframe as the situation unfolds.

We are not closing church… 

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