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 (We have resumed service)
"The goal of our instruction is love from a pure heart and a good conscience and a sincere faith." 1 Timothy 1:5 NASB
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GCF has resumed Sunday worship services though we will also continue to provide a service online. As we gather we will continue to follow responsible safety measures such as physical distancing. Masks will not be required and initially there will be NO nursery or God's Garden until we feel it is safe to resume. When you arrive make sure your family/household patiently maintains physical distancing as you cue up in the lobby to enter the sanctuary. The elders will seat each family/household together leaving 3 seats between them, we are only seating people in every other row. There will be no halftime intermission or offering break so the service will not go long. You will be able to give any offerings you may have in a basket as you enter or leave the sanctuary. Other than following these guidelines, it will be just like any other GCF worship service. Close your eyes to all that is unfamiliar and focus on God the Unchanging One, who is our security and ultimately the One in control.
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.
Located at the SW corner of Port Sheldon and 36th St.