Learning from and Caring for our Church Community
The life of faith is both satisfying and challenging – best supported by friends in faith. Through fellowship and educational opportunities, our members and visitors come to know one another and grow in faith together – engaging head, heart, and hands in the exploration of God’s Word and will.
Connecting with neighbors and friends in fellowship is done in many different ways at GPPC. As we enjoy a meal together or play with our neighbors at the neighborhood block party, we are developing relationships that nourish and strengthen us.
Learning opportunities take place in a variety of ways. While age groupings, topics and options changes from year to year, current options for involvement can be found by clicking on the topics in the sidebar.
Several times during the year, all ages gather before worship for learning in our fellowship hall. Whether 4 or 94, we all learn something from each other. Our next intergenerational learning date, led by our seminary interns, will take place on March 8, 2015.
Our intergenerational spring retreat, our neighborhood block party and dinners out give us opportunities to grow in faith by connecting with neighbors and friends in fellowship. Look for announcements about fellowship events on our Twitter feed and on the calendar or on THIS PAGE.