next steps

Sometimes circumstances, experiences and conversations elicit the question, “What’s next?” I just started a new job--can I afford a new car? Our family is growing--do we need a bigger house? My friend seems angry--should I reach out? I’m struggling--what do I do now? Whatever the situation, there almost always is a next step. Perhaps recently you’ve asked yourself that same question in regards to wonderings about life, God, the church, etc. At GMC, we walk alongside you as you venture to take that next step. Below are potential next steps you might be considering. Please let us know how we can help!

giving my life to jesus

A relationship with Jesus will be the only thing that matters 100 years from now. This relationship is available to you by grace, through faith (Ephesians 2:8-9). When you realize that you need Jesus, by believing in His work on the cross, his death in your place, and His resurrection and confessing that to Him, you have the new life that Jesus intends for you to live (Romans 10:9, John 10, John 3:16).

all in baptism

Baptism is a significant way that we celebrate someone going from death to life! It doesn’t matter if you took that step years ago or minutes ago, baptism is central to us walking in obedience to Jesus. Here at GMC, we count it a great privilege to celebrate with those who are following Jesus and desire to make that part of their public confession to celebrate with them on this fantastic occasion.

small group

Circles are better than rows: Small Groups give you an opportunity to move from a row in a worship service to a circle of friends in life. As our church continues to grow, you will be best connected and cared for in a group. Life change happens most effectively in the context of relationship like in a Small Group whose simple purpose is to bring people together. God created us to live in community with others, and Small Groups give us the best chance at experiencing the full life He intends for us.

growth track

If you’re interested in learning about what drives GMC and how you might connect, then Growth Track is for you! You’ll learn about our mission, core values and
the importance of our Big 3: Worship, Groups, Serve. Also, we’ll help you discover how best your personality matches with areas to serve and get involved.