Sunday Morning Groups
Get plugged in
to fellowship in the Word
On Sunday mornings, adults at GPC have many worship and Bible study options. Worship begins for online streaming and limited onsite gathering at 9:30am.
Following the worship service, various opportunities are offered for fellowship, Bible Study, and prayer. This is our bread and butter. Take a look at the groups currently meeting both online (via Zoom) and limited onsite 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.
2021 classes, directly following livestream worship (check with individual classes re: their start times as there may be a slight variation)
Coordinators: Stacy Weiss & Kevin Floyd
Room: UL215 (2nd level) MWXSA
Psalm 78 class is a group of parents with mostly school-aged children who meet for weekly study and fellowship. We hope you will join us.
Following their recent study of Judaism they are now studying the book of Hebrews. You can purchase your copy of that book here.
Hits of the Ages
Coordinators: Liz & 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 the New Testament. We take turns leading the lesson each Sunday, but leading is not required to be part of the class.
This group is studying the book of Romans from the John Stott Bible Study Series. If you'd like to buy the book, click here.
Key: M (male). F (female). X (married),
S (single), A (all ages)
Coordinators: Randy Harris
& Lanny Oakes
Room: UL216 (2nd level) MWXSA
The Seekers class spans a range of ages and always welcomes new members. Members of the class take turns facilitating each lesson, but facilitating is not a requirement of this class.
The Seekers class has started a new Bible Study series on the Book of Isaiah. The Seekers immediately realized the Book of Isaiah is one of the most unusual books in the Bible, and not at all like what most of us imagined. Kirsten King, GPC’s Pastoral Intern, facilitated the introduction class and began by explaining:
The book of Isaiah consists of 66 chapters, spans three centuries, from 742 BCE through 537 BCE, and was written by several authors.
The book of Isaiah is also known as “The Fifth Gospel.” It is cited 46 times in the Gospels, 30 times in the writings of Paul, and 30+ times in the book of Revelation.
The Isaiah Study Guide, Isaiah, Trusting God in Troubled Times, by Howard Peskett, is available from Amazon by clicking here.
Toward the end of each week you will receive an email instructing you how to join the Zoom meeting.
Key: M (male). F (female). X (married), S (single), A (all ages)