Important notice

Normal worship services and meetings are suspended until further notice due to coronavirus (COVID-19). Sunday worship services with protocols and safety measures will resume July 5th.

 

Children

Kidz Gym

Tuesdays from 6:00 - 8:00 PM. For 2nd - 8th graders.

Contact us for more information.

Huber Heights Upward™ basketball and cheerleading

Upward™ basketball and cheerleading registration begins in November and games start in late January and go through March.

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Upward™ is a national sports program designed to give children and their families a positive sports experience by promoting character, self esteem and salvation through sports ministries. The program recognizes the winner in every child by offering a non-competitive, non-threatening environment where every participant gets equal playing time. 

Kids in Kindergarten through youth in 9th grade are welcome to join basketball or cheerleading.

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Upward sports

Kid's Worship

We believe that teaching children to love God and others takes place in both the home and in the church. For this reason we seek to partner with parents (the greatest teachers of all!) and with church pastors and leaders, equipping them with great resource.

Through fun experiences, meaningful music and ministry that encourages kids to participate, we present Jesus Christ and His Church in a relevant way, creating moments which children will never forget.

Anyone can do what we do. The simple key is to love God, love His Church and have fun!

AWANA

Preschoolers - 6th graders meet weekly on Wednesday nights from 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM, the first Wednesday after Labor Day until May.

Children learn Bible Verses, play team games, and hear Bible stories. AWANA equips children to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The name AWANA is an acronym from 2 Timothy 2:15, “Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed.”

Cubbies is the preschool boy and girls group; Sparks is kindergarten, first and second grades; Truth and Training (T&T) is the club for third through sixth grade boys and girls.

Activites

Kids can earn points by participating in the theme of the week such as: Crazy Hair, Backwards, or Hawaiian Nights. Kids learn Bible verses at their own pace, earning AWANA dollars and awards to display on their uniform. At the end of the club each yeah children who complete books receive ribbons or plaques. With their AWANA dollars children can buy items such as: toys, candy, hats and shirts.

Vacation Bible School

VBS for 2020 is now over. Thank you for attending!

Children ages 4 thru the completion of grade 6 are invited to attend Vacation Bible School 2020 June 22 - 26 virtually on FaceBook.

Join us in a Journey Off the Map where Jesus will be our guide. Through exciting stories from the book of Daniel, explorers learn that obedience to God can lead us beyond the expected. Each day includes Bible stories, amazing music, themed snacks, fun crafts, and inspiring missionary tales. Travel to adventure each day. Key Verse: Isaiah 30:21 "Whether you turn to the right or to the left, your ears will hear a voice behind you saying, 'This is the way. Walk in it.'"

We welcome every child — no need to be a member of GCC or have even attended before. We would love to have anyone within the community or surrounding area!

For more information, please contact us.

 

Heart of the Holidays Dessert Theatre

We put on a special theatre performance and you get to enjoy some wonderful home-made desserts with coffee and tea. It's a fun night for the whole family! Come and enjoy one of our performances.

Show times: Friday, Dec 13 at 7 PM • Saturday, Dec 14 at 2 PM and 7 PM

Contact us for more information or to reserve your seating for an upcoming performance.

Townsfolk hug Sarah Cannon in Heart of the Holidays 2017
When outsider Sarah Cannon, played by Penny Davis, reveals that she has decided to stay, folks from the holler smother her in a "Scottish" hug. From Heart of the Holidays 2017: Songs, Secrets and Stack Cake. Photo by Rick Ramsey.

History

In 2003, Grace Community Church began a Christmas tradition by presenting a dessert theater for the community. The performances are a mix of drama and music centered around the birth of Jesus and the joy and He brings us.