We value our Great Commission Community Church community and know of its spiritual significance in helping us grow and develop within our walks and emotional well-being. As we continue in our two service/one church model we believe that these events are important in connecting our church body. We hope that through our events, classes, conferences, and outreach activities that we may become more effective witnesses as we share our lives together. Please note the location of each event but consider that most events are open to those attending either service.
Baptism is a fundamental part of the Christian faith, as the New Testament’s primary symbol and expression of our new life together in Christ. If you are interested in getting baptized, please consider signing up for the baptism classes.
This five-week class aims to educate, equip, and strengthen couples who are preparing for marriage or have been been married for less than one year for a healthy, fruitful, Christ-centered marriage.
This class addresses questions like, “If I am a spiritual person, does that mean I can’t be depressed?” John Lauber, a counselor and minister with Heart Song Counseling, will lead us in answering questions about depression and spirituality.
This class is especially geared to anyone who is new to church and Christian faith, First Things offers an introduction to topics like how we communicate with God, what the Bible is really about, why churches do things like communion and baptism, and who the Holy Spirit is.
Learn more about careers in global justice issues. The class will be led by Phil Oh, Senior Director for Strategy Engagement at World Vision, and Edward Hsu, Senior Adviser to the President at the World Bank.
Join us on a walking tour exploring Georgetown through the lens of racial justice, including Georgetown University’s historic ties to slavery and the neighborhood’s past as a thriving black community.
This historical tour of the H Street NE neighborhood of DC explores the interplay of historic Washington’s rise through development to the fall after the riots in 1968. The tour …
Why are there so many different kinds of churches? This class traces the Church’s family tree and considers the theological, historical, and sociological developments reflected in the many kinds of Christians we see today.
Eve Tushnet was raised in a secular family, and came out as a lesbian when she was in her early teens. In college she encountered Christ, through people who showed …
Does the church hate gays? If the church “hates same-sex sin,” can it also genuinely “love same-sex sinners”?