The Gwinnett Church of Christ is a community of seekers who have found a place to belong. We are not perfect and strive to be non-judgmental, because we know
"all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God" (Romans 3:23). We are parents and grandparents, children and grandchildren,
married, divorced and single. We are diverse in every sense of the word and welcome people of all ethnicities and social backgrounds. Together, we are pilgrims on a
journey with God and toward our eternal home with Him. We invite you to come and be a part of our church family as we seek to be lights in a dark world.
Keith began working at our church in July of 2014,
serving as our Youth and Family Minister. Prior to joining GCC, Keith has served as
Childrens Minister in Lakeland, Florida, as well as a Youth and Family Minister in Maypearl,
Texas. Keith has a degree in Christian Counseling from Ohio Valley University and a
Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of the Southwest.
God has blessed Keith with a wonderful wife, Libby, who is a fourth grade teacher in
Gwinnett County, and two beautiful children, Hannah and Caiden. Keith enjoys being
with his family, sports, and coaching his kid’s sporting events.
On the Horizon!
Wednesday Nights Together
Wednesday Nights Together
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Come join us every Wednesday Night at 7:00pm for our weekly Bible Study. |
We have a class for Women, our Men's Fellowship Group, and classes for children and teens of all ages.
Come early at 6:30pm for dinner (rsvp to email@example.com)
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Make plans to attend a Connection group next Sunday.
New Studies are now beginning. There is an afternoon group immediately following morning worship and 6:00pm Groups that meet at the GCC Building.
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Gwinnett Church of Christ is committed to providing volunteers to staff the Lawrenceville Co-op on the first Saturday each month.
Please consider joining us from 9:45am till Noon at the Co-op for this important community ministry, 176 Church St., Lawrenceville, GA 30046
See Lynn Torak for details
Connection Groups (formerly called Small Groups) are all about building up the body at GCC. The intimate fellowships of believers provide a unique opportunity to grow relationships, support our brothers and
sisters, and stimulate one another to love and good works. The format and topics are designed to encourage practical application of God's word.
Connection Groups are made up of 8-14 people who have something in common. It may be age, children, marital status, neighborhood, etc. Or it may simply be a common desire for a closer daily walk with God and a
commitment to helping each other.
A typical Connection Group session includes exploring a Bible passage, discussing the application, sharing personal experiences, and praying together. Members find it easy to engage in Connection Group
fellowship regardless of Bible knowledge or background. Most groups meet for one hour or less and share refreshments afterward.
Each group determines a meeting day, time, and location that suits the needs of its members. Most groups meet on Sunday evenings in a class room at GCC or at a member's home.
Choosing a Group
There are several connection groups meeting weekly, with more being added as the church family grows.
Connection groups are formed each year around the beginning of September and meet together through the month of May. All groups are open to new members throughout the year. Please call the church office for
Out youth group exists to equip young people in their faith,
to encourage each other in their walk with Christ, to challenge each other to experience God working in their
life through ministry and service, and to shine the light of Jesus whereever we may go--home, school, work, and beyond.
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The women of Gwinnett Church of Christ are united in Friendship, Growth and Service for the Glory of God.
We desire to build a ministry that encourages and equips you to be all that God has created you to be.
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The Men's Ministry exists to help men dedicate their lives in service to God, church, family, and community.
We also build accountable relationships with Christian brothers and bring the light of Christ to those
we encounter in our daily lives.
The Gwinnett Church of Christ has been blessed with rapid growth among its Ghanaian members who are a vital and integral part of the church body.
The Ghanaian Ministry was formed in August 2011 to support and encourage Ghanaian members of the Gwinnett Church of Christ and
to be fully engage with our church family while recognizing the challenges Christians can face when immigrating from another country. We also support
missionary efforts in Ghana.
Gwinnett Church of Christ supports....
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Georgia AGAPE, Inc. is a faith-based, not-for-profit professional organization which has been providing services since 1970. AGAPE is licensed as a "Child Placing Agency" by the Georgia Department of Human
Resources and is supported by the Churches of Christ in Georgia, caring individuals, foundations and corporations.
The Lawrenceville Co-op assists those in need by providing food, limited emergency financial assistance for utilities and prescription drugs. They also offer assistance by connecting those in need with various
helping sources in the community and helping clients identify ways to achieve self-sufficiency.
Saltlight Center's goal is to provide temporary, safe shelter this winter for Gwinnett County women and children.
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Contact information for our members (accessible to registered users only). Please use this information responsibly!
Are you a new GCC member? Recently moved? Changed your phone? Let the church office know, so we can keep you informed
and help other members stay in touch, too.
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