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Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church celebrates God’s grace for everyone.

We gather to worship. We equip ourselves to share faith. We send ourselves to serve.


COVID-19 Response

The Session of GCPC decided to close the church to all activities on an indefinite basis, beginning at  1:00pm Tuesday, March 17. This decision was not reached easily, but the best guidance we received from within our congregation, as well as the ever-changing protocols at the local, state, and national levels led us to this action for the safety and health of our members.

Read the Session's FULL statement about COVID-19 HERE.

Online worship services information can be found here.

Our Mission

Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church celebrates God’s unbounded grace and all-inclusive love.  God gathers us in a welcoming community, with our curiosity and questions, to worship creatively, learn from God’s word, share our gifts, and deepen our faith. With grateful hearts and a spirit of adventure, we go to serve Christ in the world, sharing kindness with everyone, and working for justice rooted in God’s love.


News & Notes

Articles by Revs. Sue & Mitch Trigger and RSS feed from PCUSA

Finding meaning in times of crisis by N. Graham Standish Throughout the coronavirus pandemic I’ve been thinking a lot about Victor Frankl. It’s like he’s the answer to everything pastors especially are struggling with right now. I don’t know if you know who he is, or remember who he was, but he wrote a seminal... Read more »

The post Hopeful Church appeared first on Presbyterians Today Blog.

Are you ready for hybrid online/in-person worship? The next phase your church needs to consider  by Richard Hong  Sunday morning has become a stressful time for so many pastors who never imagined that their job would involve being an AV tech. “Hallelujah!” is the cry when the internet connection stays up and Zoom properly connects to... Read more »

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    Feeling steadier now What I learned from walnut and light by Ken Rummer The bench seat feels smooth under my hand. Finally. It’s been a journey. The three walnut boards that form the seat started out rough-sawn, still sporting splinter fuzz and tooth arcs from the sawmill. I brought them through jointing and... Read more »

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