Welcome!

Georgetown Christian Fellowship (GCF) is a friendly, loving, full-gospel church that believes Jesus Christ has the answers for problems we face in the world today. Join us as we worship God with our voices and instruments (contemporary-style praise) and hear personal testimony and teaching from the Word of God.

10:00 a.m. Sunday mornings

(Temporarily Suspended)

"The goal of our instruction is love from a pure heart and a good conscience and a sincere faith." 1 Timothy 1:5 NASB

On Sundays at 10:00am the video below we will be replaced with a live stream, from GCF as well as a timely teaching. I encourage you to tune in with your family and share this page with your friends so that they can join in too. (All our sermons are on Vimeo & YouTube. ) Click on the Playlist below for other GCF sermons .

It will also be streamed via Facebook live at ‘facebook.com/gcf.church

Prayer, asking for God's wisdom and help! It is always the best place to start when we need answers or face difficult situations. I encourage you to talk to God; PRAY, He will hear your plea.

If you would like to hear the entire message this clip on prayer came from, entitled 'A NATION'S HOPE'

In compliance and respect for the governor's request as well as the advice of healthcare specialists, we are temporarily suspending all physical gatherings.

This is not an act of fear, it is an act of faith, we are trusting God and trusting the legitimate authorities as they do what they feel led to do. As we comply, we are loving our neighbors. Church will still be happening, it will just be expressed a little differently. Think of this as a spiritual exercise, practical lessons in respecting authority, loving our neighbors and ministering to our community. During this time, it is very important to remain calm and prayerfully support those who are working diligently to lessen the impact of COVID-19. These precautions are being put in place nationally to help manage our healthcare system limited capacity, when faced with a possible sudden influx of patients needing acute care. This decision is also a reflection of our desire to be “good neighbors” and citizens of the community around us.

Where two or more are gathered...

Located at the SW corner of Port Sheldon and 36th St.