Sunday Morning Groups

Get plugged in
to fellowship in the Word

On almost every Sunday morning, adults at GPC gather in between worship services, 9:30am-10:30am for fellowship, Bible Study, and prayer. This is our bread and butter.

Take a look at the groups currently meeting and what they’re studying and come join us on a Sunday morning! We know that jumping into a new group can be intimidating too, so contact the office ([email protected]) to get plugged in.

2019 Fall Classes, 9:30am-10:30am

Psalm 78
Coordinator: Kevin Floyd
Room: UL215 (2nd level)

Psalm 78 class is a group of parents with mostly school-aged children who meet for weekly study and fellowship. This fall the group will be studying books titled Busyness – Finding God in the Whirlwind by Juanita Ryan and Hospitality – God’s Call to Compassion by Patty Pell. We hope you will join us.

Hits of the Ages
Coordinator: Alan Callicott
Room: UL218 (2nd level) MWXSA

The Hits of the Ages Sunday school class membership spans a range of ages from the 50s to the 80s. We’re a Sunday school class, but we’ve also become a group of friends who look forward to our Sunday mornings together! There is always room for more.

We cycle through Bible studies… from the Old Testament to a Gospel to something else from the New Testament. We finish N.T. Wright’s study of the book of Ephesians on August 25. This fall we will begin an Old Testament study. We take turns leading the lesson each Sunday, but leading is not required to be part of the class. We would love to welcome new members!

Key: M (male). F (female). X (married),
S (single), A (all ages)

Paula’s Hearts and Hands
Coordinators: Elaine Cates,
Amy Eoff, Mary Rogers

Room: UL212 (2nd level)

Paula’s Hearts and Hands combines Bible Study and service to the church. Each week, this group gathers around a table to study Scripture and knit prayer shawls, baby blankets, and hats for newborns. These are for members to use and share with friends, neighbors, family, anyone who has a need. This group is finishing up studying the gospel of Mark and is still determining what will come next. You’re invited to join this class whether you can stitch or not.

Seekers
Coordinators: Jean Carroll, Nancy Halter
Room: UL216 (2nd level) MWXSA

The Seekers class spans a range of ages and always welcomes new members. This fall the group will study Romans: Becoming New in Christ by Jack Kuhatschek. Members of the class take turns facilitating each lesson, but facilitating is not a requirement of this class. While our group has been together for a while, new members are always welcome.

Faith in the Real World
Coordinator: Merrill Wise
Room: UL217 (2nd level), MWXSA

This class is designed for adults of all ages and stages as a way to explore what God’s Word tells us about dealing with the demands of busyness, money, and work. The initial eight lessons are based on the Bible study Busyness: Finding God in the Whirlwind by Juanita Ryan, and the second portion is based on the Bible study, Money and Work by Carolyn Nystrom. The theme for this class involves our search for God’s presence and powerful impact in the midst of the complexities of life.

Key: M (male). F (female). X (married), S (single), A (all ages)