YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
While our world is changing, our God is the same. Church will look and feel different in the coming days, but, make no mistake, we will still be the church.
Below, you can read our plans for the rest of March.
Out of an abundance of caution and to honor our governing authorities (Rom. 13:1), we will not gather physically until further notice. The church leadership is meeting weekly to discuss future services, including the transition of Pastor Barry. The farwell/thank you celebration for Dr. Pete will be rescheduled for a later date. Regarding our Easter service, we are currently considering different ways to have it and will communicate those details soon. For now, we will worship together by providing a live stream worship experience. (Click the button below)
Thank you for giving generously.
Continue your generosity to Kingdom work as we try to resource you and meet needs within our church family. While we don’t know how long our culture will walk through these changes, we want to be able to meet missional commitments, ministry demands, and benevolent needs.
You can give online through our PayPal account, through the mail, or through Bill Pay through your bank.
If you have a need, let us know.
We know these times have created some legitimate needs among many of our families. If you need help, let us know, and we will find a way to help.
You might not have a need, but you could meet one. If you are willing to come alongside our membership and help another, please let us know that as well.
These are unprecedented times, but we serve a faithful God.
As the leadership of Gap Creek prayed through our decisions, we sought to obey what we knew to be God’s will.
Without any hesitation, we know from God’s Word that he is calling us to:
1) glorify Jesus (1 Pet. 4:11),
2) bear one another’s burdens (Gal. 6:2),
3) be salt and light in this community (Matt. 5:14-16), and
4) honor governing authorities (Rom. 13:1).
We will make it through these times, and we will make it together.