Looking for a way to get involved at GCPC? Visit or join one of our connections groups listed below. We believe the soul is nourished through activity and fellowship with one another. Meeting times, locations and contact person are listed for each group.
Daytime Crafters is a group of women that meet the 2nd and 3rd Tuesday of the month from 1-2:30pm in Room 5 for fun and fellowship while pursuing your favorite craft, knitting, crochet, needlework, paper craft, etc. Contact Pat Collins for more information.
Evening Crafters is a group of women that meet the 2nd Tuesday of the month from 7-8:30pm in Room 5, or members homes, for fellowship and fun while pursuing your favorite craft. Contact Cheryl Johnson for more information.
Weekend Crafters is a group of people who enjoy fellowship and crafting and cannot attend our daytime/evening crafters groups. The group meets at the church on the 2nd Saturday of the month from 1-3pm in Room 5. The "craft of the month" will be posted and a supply list on the calendar post AND in the Facebook Group. We will learn/focus on a particular craft per month. Open to anyone ages 10+ (members and non-members). Contact Kim Krueger for more information.
THIS MEETING, was POSTPONED to January 18 (from Saturday January 11) due to bad weather forecast. Normally will always meet on 2nd Saturday of each month.
A group of people who enjoy fellowship and crafting. The group meets at the church on the 2nd Saturday of the month from 1-3pm in Room 5. We will learn/focus on a particular craft per month. Open to anyone ages 10+ (members and non-members).
The "craft of the month" will be posted and a supply list on the calendar post AND in our Facebook Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/448222816122021/)
CRAFT OF THE MONTH: Pom Poms!
Sharp scissors – pointed, not blunt tip
Yarn (scraps, skein, any color you want)
Fork (I know – trust me)
2 empty toilet paper rolls
(2) gallon size Ziploc bags (or equivalent) (one for scraps, and one for finished pom poms)
Medium size bowl, or pan to capture pom pom scraps as you trim them
Purchased tools if you are interested (highly suggested if you want to have great tools for future pom pom making):
Clover brand pom pom maker (Michaels, JoAnn’s, https://www.clover-usa.com/en/67-pom-pom-makers)
The Loome pom pom maker (https://www.theloome.com/ )
***Neon Tea Party – kits (https://theneonteaparty.com/ ) Use code NEON10 FOR 10% off your order. In notes, tell them Kim Krueger referred you.
For more information, contact Kim Krueger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Message Cheryl to see where group is meeting