At Great Commission Community Church, we value the next generation. We see our children as the church right now and we are excited about seeing them know Jesus and obeying God’s Spirit.
Our desire at GCCC is to see kid’s growing in knowing Jesus and obeying His Spirit. We believe every kid has the ability to know Jesus deeply and obey Him courageously and we have designed God’s Garden to be a great place for kids to grow in the relationship with Jesus. We also value every child’s safety so all our volunteers are interviewed, screened, and trained so we can ensure God’s Garden is a safe place.
Our vision is to glorify God by making Gospel-centered disciples who love, worship, and enjoy God through a personal, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. We see this taking place by equipping parents to be the primary disciple-makers; fostering community; incorporating students into the life of the church and encouraging them to become servant leaders who build life-changing relationships. To accomplish this we use a three-part strategy: One, we use catalytic teaching to connect them with God’s Word and to learn the Gospel. Second, we focus on consistent discipleship through parent partnership, adult mentorship, and small groups. Finally, we offer continuous missions opportunities to reach out to their friends, neighborhood, and their world. Contact Soojin Kim for more information.
Middle School (6th-8th)
We have a middle school Bible study that meets weekly on Sundays at the Tysons location during service at 10:30am in room F103 (across from the cafeteria).
Students who are in high school remain in the main service on Sundays but we have bi-monthly/quarterly gatherings for all youth (6th-12th grade) students attending both the Tysons and Arlington services.
One’s college years are vital to their spiritual formation into adulthood. GCCC is located nearby several university campuses and it is our desire to disciple our college brothers and sisters during their time in Washington DC. We hope to train and equip them for future kingdom work, however, God might call them. Small Group
We have a Friday night college small group that meets in a DC college campus. Please contact Peter Cho, for more information.
Ride to Church
We can arrange a ride to our church service. If you would like to arrange a ride for our church service, please contact Peter Cho. The Arlington service is metro accessible. We are located few blocks from Pentagon City Metro Station.
We believe healthy families and healthy marriages are important and worth investing in. We offer seasonal events for couples, parents, and families to equip marriage, empower parents, and help families have fun together. Click Here for upcoming Family Ministry Events.
As the Fellowship Ministry, our mission is to promote community, fellowship and fun within the church and local community through various activities and events. By partnering with our local missions ministry, we also desire to serve together helping those in need in our communities. You can follow us on our instagram account!
Some past fun-filled memories have included:
- Exploring the DC monuments by bike
- Enjoying s’mores by campfire on a crisp autumn night after completing a corn maze
- Cooling off from the summer heat with ice cream and games
- Worshiping together during praise and prayer nights
- Delighting in God’s creation on an Appalachian hike
- Adults and children gleaning kale for the Arlington Food Bank
- Beach Outing
- Meeting new friends at our annual Memorial Day & Labor Day BBQ picnics
- Friendly competition at ultimate frisbee, basketball, volleyball, and tennis
Men’s Fellowship Ministry
Our mission is to connect GCCC brothers through both social fellowship and intentional discipleship, which we call “AMP” – Accountability, Mentoring, and Prayer. This ministry is for both newcomers to plug into the church and for long-time attenders to meet new brothers and to reconnect with old ones. Look for announcements about Men’s Fellowship events throughout the year in the church bulletin, Facebook and email. For more information or to join the Men’s fellowship listserv, contact email@example.com.
Women’s Fellowship Ministry
Our mission is to foster a community of women who come together to serve God, build and strengthen one another in Christ, and show genuine faithfulness in living out a Gospel-centered life in our community. We have several events throughout the year, ranging from sharing a meal together or participating in outdoor activities. Please join our facebook page for announcements or contact Victoria at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
On-going Fellowship Activities
Basketball Ministry: “Hoops 4 Him”
Interested in playing basketball and meeting others in the GCCC community? Hoops 4 Him is a weekly basketball fellowship. We play Mondays & Thursdays, 9pm-10:15pm, at school gyms in the Springfield, VA area (car required; rides potentially available). Cost is $6 for each two-to-three-month season. We have a 15-person cap for each game; to sign up for the e-mail list and find out more, please contact Ray Lee or Jared Ng by e-mailing GCCCHoops4Him@Gmail.com.
Coed Ultimate Frisbee
Want to get to know other men and women from church and get a great workout at the same time? Join us for a game of coed ultimate frisbee; we usually play Sundays starting at 3pm or 3:30pm at Fort Scott Park, near Crystal City. Beginners and novices welcome; we’ll teach you how to throw a frisbee! To be added to the GCCC Ultimate e-mail list, please contact email@example.com.
- If you would like to know which fellowship events are occurring, please join our Facebook page or view the Community Life page.
- If you have a fellowship idea, please share it with us by contacting Jared or Victoria Ng at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Welcome Ministry seeks to warmly welcome everyone into our community of believers. Our ministry acts as a gateway for newcomers to get plugged into small groups and serving opportunities in our Arlington service. More specifically, our ministry is comprised of ushers who provide a friendly smile (and a bulletin!) to all attending our Sunday worship service. Behind the scenes, the ministry reaches out to newcomers, and that also includes a Newcomers’ Welcome Lunch at the end of every month. If you are looking to serve, the Welcome Ministry is a great place to start.
We understand that the Arlington, Maryland, and DC areas are a very transient location, and we recognize the great need for getting involved in the community. If you’re visiting, feel free to talk to us at the Welcome table when you come, or request more information. A majority of the congregation also goes out to lunch after service, so talk to one of us or anyone in the congregation if you would like to join!
Also, if you would like more information about our service or would like to receive updates and notifications via email, please sign up on our contact page!
The worship ministry at GCCC seeks to honor God through corporate praise and personal worship. The worship team leads a time of praise during the Sunday worship service, to glorify God through songs and connect with God through prayer and worship.
We also want to raise up new worship team members and new worship leaders who want to be led by the Spirit. Please contact Pastor Carl Park if you would like to join the team in Arlington or Tysons—all are welcome regardless of musical background. We look only for a heart of service and humility. The team meets every Sunday morning before service to set up equipment and practice songs.