Georgetown Christian Fellowship (GCF) is a friendly, loving, full-gospel church that believes Jesus Christ has the answers for problems we face in the world today. Join us as we worship God with our voices and instruments (contemporary-style praise) and hear personal testimony and teaching from the Word of God.
10:00 a.m. Sunday mornings
"The goal of our instruction is love from a pure heart and a good conscience and a sincere faith." 1 Timothy 1:5 NASB
This week we will resume normal seating in the sanctuary. For those who desire to maintain physical distancing, we will also provide seating in the fellowship hall to accommodate this.
NOTE: We ask that only those who want to maintain physical distancing enter and exit through the far door on the South of the building. If you intend to sit in the sanctuary please only enter and exit through the main front doors into the lobby.
Please be respectful of others and refrain from hugging and handshaking unless they have specifically said they are OK with it, do not assume they are.
We realize that each person or family must prayerfully weigh whether they attend, with the amount of risk they are willing to accept. It is up to you as to when you decide to start attending the services.
NOTE: It is important to stay home if you are sick or not feeling well! But, please do call one of the elders so we can pray for you. (see James 5:14-16) For those who for health or personal reasons will not be attending, we will continue to provide an online service on Sunday mornings at 10:00 for those who will not yet be able to attend.
NURSERY HAS RESUME! The Nursery Staff is looking forward to ministering to your little ones again this Sunday! (If any child has recently had an illness please refrain from using the Nursery.
GOD’S GARDEN WILL RESTART JULY 5! Sunday, JULY 12, 2020 the full spectrum of God's Garden classes -- preschool through 5th grade -- will resume! (Please keep in mind that grade levels do not move up until fall, where applicable).
Located at the SW corner of Port Sheldon and 36th St.