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Our Mission

We seek life transformation in Christ for everyone,

growing together through Worship, Discipleship, and Service.

 

We do this by committing to-

Worship:

We gather to remember and celebrate who God is, unifying our personal worship.

Discipleship:

We study the scriptures and encourage each other to be open to the activity of God which transforms our lives.

Service:

We join with God’s engagement in the world by using our gifts, talents and resources as the Kingdom of God becomes a reality wherever we are.

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Mike Platter
Senior Pastor
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Cheryl Farino
Children’s Director
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Associate & Youth Pastor
 
 
20160311_122810-1Brendan Cooney
Youth and Young Adult Pastor
 

Where Can I Serve?

Jesus told us, his disciples, to make disciples of all nations. One of the most important values of Glendora Community Church is service. It begins in our own community, and spreads overseas to every nation. GCC  members are involved in a wide variety of ministries locally and inernationally.

Check our our Get Involved page to see where you might begin serving.

 

A note from Mike Platter, Senior Pastor of GCC…

We definitely believe that Jesus is the Answer to the spiritual needs of the individual and of the world.  We believe that God wants each local church to be an avenue through which the love and power of Jesus can reach others.  Therefore, as a neighborhood church, we want to be focused on following Jesus and on being useful to Him in loving others.

There’s a story about Jesus which gives an almost perfect picture of what we believe. It is found in the Gospel of Mark, Chapter 6 and begins with verse 44.  He has been preaching to a crowd which had followed him out to a deserted area.  After preaching, he knew they were hungry, but there was no nearby place to get any food for them.  Someone brought him a bit of food, some bread and some fish.  Jesus prayed over the bread and then distributed it to everyone.  Because of the power of His faith and His touch, that small amount of food fed 5,000 people!

We find our church in that story.  We are the person who handed over the little bit of bread and fish – we believe that Jesus wants to use our small amount of talents and gifts to bless others.  We are also sometimes the hungry people in the story – and we have learned to look to Jesus for what we need and to share with one another of our resources.  And, sometimes we are the bread and fish itself – we believe that He will actually use our lives to touch others with His love.

That’s who we are trying to be:  people who follow Jesus, trust Him, and let ourselves be available to love others as His love flows through our lives.

 
 

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psalm 116 return to restFrom the Sunday Sermon September 11 in Psalm 112 “What Does a Good Life Look Like?”
 

Day Three:

I want you to notice something – a repeated phrase in verses

13-14 and 17-18. In both “couplets” (couplets are two poetic lines next to each other); the blessed person is wanting to show his/her gratitude by responding to God. In 13-14, the response is “calling upon God’s name” – and in 17-18 it is “giving a thank offering.” The repeated phrase is what I want us to notice: “…in the presence of all His People.”
 
What does the Blessed Life look like? It is a visible life, which is thankful because it knows that God has been so good and so kind. It is a life which makes God’s name known and prays with confidence – holding that cup of salvation. It is a life which says thank you in tangible ways, sometimes sacrificial ways. And, as the repeated phrase above tells us, it is a life lived in front of God’s people, reminding each of us that God’s blessing is real.
 
Let your blessing be known – it will encourage more people than you can ever know!
 
FOR THIS COMING SUNDAY:   New Series on Elijah and Elisha – First and Second Kings

 

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Office Hours: Monday-Friday from 9am to 5pm.

Church Address: 645 N. Grand Ave. Glendora, CA 91741

Telephone & Fax: Tel: (626) 963-7637 | Fax: (626) 963-3588

Email: churchoffice@glendoracommunitychurch.org

 
We would also love for you to join us on Sunday morning for our 
and our main worship service at 10:30am.
 
 

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