~A letter from our Pastor~
I would personally like to thank you for visiting Green Lake Calvary Church’s website! We consider it a great honor and responsibility to minister to those God brings our way.
Do you ever feel like you’re going through life alone? Do you want a place to belong? Come to GLCC to…
Find encouragement when you’re worn out.
Receive healing when you’re broken.
Get help when you feel defeated.
Find real connection, community, and friendship.
The church is God’s way of connecting us, not only to Him, but to one another. At GLCC, we support one another through whatever life brings. We love and accept people today as God loves and accepts us, sharing God’s amazing grace.
Our desire is to “Know the Grace of Jesus, and Show the Grace of Jesus.” Our ministry purpose could be summarized in Christ’s purpose statement for us- to “make disciples” (Matthew 28:18-20). To that end, we seek to help everyone become rooted and growing in Christ. We proclaim salvation through Jesus Christ and desire to lead people to a deep and lasting relationship with God and with each other.
As a ministry, we focus on these core concepts as we represent Christ in our communities. What a great privilege we have, to join God in this corner of His work.
As you explore our website, I pray you will gain a better understanding of who we are as a church family, a greater understanding of what God is doing in your life, and direction as to whether God would have you come and grow with our family. Come be with people who can relate and who care, because hope and grace are here! Join us this Sunday!
Christ’s Servant and Yours,
Our current series
The Heart of Christmas
This is the most wonderful time of the year! But what makes Christmas wonderful may vary depending on who you talk with. For some of us the "wonderfulness" comes from gifts under the tree, or meals around the table, or family spending time together, or hopes of winter weather. Well, maybe not so much the last one. But, what is the true "heart" of Christmas? In these dark days, we want experiences which touch our "hearts." The good news of Christ's birth does just this. In Christ's birth we find hope, joy, peace, and love! And these experiences do not end on December 26th. Instead, these "heart" moments carry us through the year ahead. The Heart of Christmas is an advent series centered on the story of Christ's birth and the impact He has on our hearts. Let's get back to the "heart" of the holiday we celebrate during this most wonderful time of the year.