Know the Bible, Share Life with Others

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We will be gathering this Sunday at 10:15am

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Sermons

At Gospel Community Church we preach through books of the Bible, verse by verse, line by line, to hear the truth that God’s word has to encourage, discipline and bless us in our daily lives.

 

To listen to our past sermon series, you can find them on our podcast page.

 

2 Timothy 3:16-17-‘All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness,that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work.’

When & Where

We meet Sundays at 10:15am

383 Fayette Place, Fayetteville, Georgia

Who We Are

What Is Gospel Community Church?
We are a church. A church is a local community of believers who confess Jesus Christ as Lord. In obedience to Scripture we organize
under qualified Biblical leadership, gather regularly for preaching and worship, observe the Biblical sacraments of
baptism and communion, and scatter to fulfill the Great Commission, and the Great Commandment as missionaries to the world.

What is our mission?
We want to make disciples on mission for Jesus. Our prayer is that God would use us in His
plan to redeem what is lost and broken in His creation. We want to see unbelievers become believers!
We want to train those believers to become disciples–disciples that will then be on this same mission for Jesus.

What is our vision?
Our vision is to see the city of Fayetteville transformed by the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We will achieve this by the power of
the Holy Spirit working through the preached Gospel message and missional communities—communities that will reach their city by
actively engaging in the culture, just like Jesus did. Through these missional community groups, the lost will be reached and
more churches will be planted.

Why Does This Community Need Another Church?
80% of the population of Fayette County does not attend church. In the United States 3,000 to 4,000 churches will close their
doors this year. There simply aren’t enough churches to keep up with the population growth and there aren’t enough new churches
being planted.