At Grace Covenant, we minister the Gospel primarily through the means of grace God gives His church, which are the Word, Sacraments and Prayer. These in turn are reinforced throughout the week with Christian discipleship, fellowship and care. Each of the ministries below is meant to reflect these means of grace.
Several small groups meet on weekday evenings for Bible study, prayer, and fellowship in various homes. Childcare is provided in some groups. This is a great opportunity to get to know people better. 2016-17 Home Fellowship Groups
Sunday School classes for all ages are held each Sunday morning beginning at 9:30am. Details about our current adult class schedule can be found on the Adult Classes page.
All friends and members are encouraged to return to GCPC each Lord's Day at 5:45pm for an hour of sermon discussion, singing, prayer & snacks. Children are welcome! We will not meet Potluck Sundays.
These include middle and high school youth groups, Sunday School, social and service activities, retreats and summer camp. GCPC also encourages youth to become fully involved in the life of the church. Details may be found on the Calendar page and/or the Youth Ministries page.
NC2 @ VT lunchtime theology: Wednesdays from 12:20 – 1:10 in Squires starts up again September 7th. For undergrads wanting to learn solid, Gospel-centered doctrine, led by Pastor Hutchinson. Squires Room TBA.
GCPC Fellows: This is for sophomores through grad students who sense a call to ministry or leadership in the church. 10 Sundays a semester from 5:45-8:00pm, starting September 11th. See the flyer in the foyer.
These include weekly and monthly prayer breakfasts, small encouragement and accountability groups, all to help each other to be men of God and men of His Word.
Friday Weekly Prayer Group meets each Friday morning from 6:45-8:00am at GCPC in the Fellowship Hall. We study the upcoming sermon text, eat cereal, and then pray together.
Throughout the year the church sponsors seminar speakers, international dinners, and other events to promote fellowship and introduce visitors to the family life of the church.
Praying for each other is a very important ministery of the church family. Prayer requests may be submitted to the gcpc-talk email list, to any elder, to any deacon, to any pastor, dropped into the offering plate, or voiced during the prayer time of the worship service.
Grace Covenant supports many ministries with time, prayer, and finances. These include foreign missionaries, denominational agencies, and the following local programs:
These and other ministries are coordinated by church members who serve as liaisons between the organizations and Grace Covenant. Church financial statements are available upon request.