ALERT for September 18, 2020: GT Church is excited to announce that we will return to in-person services at 9 AM only beginning September 27, 2020. Sunday services will continue to be available online at both 9 & 11 AM on GT Live and Facebook.

Reaching People, Growing Together

Re-Opening Information

We are excited to announce that GT Church will be reopening for in-person services on Sunday, September 27. In-person services will be at 9 AM only with online services continuing at both 9 & 11 AM. We look forward to seeing you! Out of a posture of care and respect for others and to ensure a safe experience, we are asking:

  1. Anyone 2 years of age and older, wear a mask at all times while inside the building.
  2. Maintain social distancing by remaining with your cohorts and staying in your seats once inside the Worship Center.
  3. Limited seats are available and will be first-come, first-served.
  4. Be respectful of each other and greet one another with a wave.
  5. Make sure your information is up-to-date before attending to help facilitate our check-in process. Update your info here.

COVID-19 Response

GT Church has been responding to the COVID-19 situation with faith, while showing care and concern for our community. We have information and resources to help you stay connected with us during this time.

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Prayer Request

We recognize that during this difficult time prayer is very important. Please let us know how we can pray for you!

Prayer Request

Follow Jesus

Whether you’ve just made the decision to follow Jesus and are wondering what’s next, or you are curious about what it even means to follow Jesus, we want to help!

Follow Jesus

GT Church exists to reach people and grow together in Christ. If you take a look around, you’ll see that we are a diverse family and that’s the way we like it. Whether you are a college student or a grandparent, whether you dress in your Sunday best or wear your favorite pair of jeans, whether you’ve grown up in church or never stepped foot in one before, you are welcome here!

Current Series

The average American sees between 6,000 - 10,000 messages per day. Between social media, the 24-hour news cycle, and all the other ways to consume content, it’s hard to ignore the often divided and contentious culture that we live in right now. This constant consumption affects how we communicate with each other, creating further divide. We aren’t called to ignore culture but to live in a way that brings light to the darkness. In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus mentions several well-known sayings and social norms for the culture of that time, but he countered those sayings with new ones that looked at both the actions to be taken and the motivations behind those actions. What would it look like if every part of our lives was lived not according to what culture says, but what Jesus says? How would that change how we speak, interact, and connect with each other? It’s not always easy to swim against the tide of culture when we’re surrounded by it. It comes down to the condition of our hearts. Are we showing the REAL love of Jesus? Join us as we look at what Jesus says about living a counter-cultural life and what we can do to change how we live.

September 27 - Pastor Bryan Koch
October 4 - Pastor Dan Sarna
October 11 - Pastor Scott Kramer
October 18 - Pastor Christine Kreisher
October 25 - Pastor Bryan Koch

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