Our ongoing Ministries:
Music - Music is an integral part of every worship service. Imagine a service without music. Being a part of the Chancel Choir of G.C.P.C. is an excellent way to praise God. Their music enriches our morning worship. The choir meets for practice every Wednesday evening from 7 to 8:15 PM Be a part of the beautiful ministry. We are also resuming our Bell Choir. The bell practice is on Wednesday evenings at 6P to 7P. We are always looking for new singers and bell players. The bells will play periodically throughout the year.
Craft Circle - Join together creating crafts for the many special events offered by the Presbyterian Women. This meets every Thursday morning at 10AM
Presbyterian Women are charged to do mission within our church, our community, our Presbytery and the world. They schedule fundraising activities throughout the year to fund our projects such as our rummage sale and Holiday Bazaar.
Sewing Hope is a dedicated group of quilters and sewers whose work tirelessly to create beautiful quilts for many charitable organizations in our community.
Outreach Ministries - Our Board of Deacons oversees food collections and delivery. Monthly, this food is delivered to the First United Methodist Church to support the Garden City Food Pantry. Food bags are also available and can be obtained by contacting the church and making an appointment.
Cross Talk Youth Group - kids from 6th grade through 12th grade meet every other Sunday. These youth as spirit-filled, Christ centered and Cross focused that accept all youth and will greet you with open arms.
GCPC is very committed to supporting the Disaster Relief efforts of the Presbyterian Church USA providing supplies after hurricanes and tornadoes.
GCPC has been a proud sponsor to scouting for decades, providing support for their many activities, Eagle scout projects, Can-do collection point, etc. Our most recent sponsorship is a troop of girls in the Boy Scouts. From twilight hikes, to festive launch parties and campouts, thousands of Scouts, parents, and volunteers will celebrate nationwide as the Boy Scouts of America welcomes for the first time both young women and young men ages 11-17 into its most iconic program for character and leadership development. Welcome Troop 1841. Contact the church if you are interested in joining scouting.