One Great Hour of Sharing

Around the world, many people lack access to food, clean water, sanitation, education, and opportunity. Each gift to One Great Hour of Sharing (OGHS) serves to help change the lives of those who are in these challenging situations. Received during our Palm Sunday offering, OGHS makes a difference in the world through three impactful programs:

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) receives 32% of funds raised to provide help after the devastation of natural or human-caused disasters.

Presbyterian Hunger Program (PHP) receives 36% of ...

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Children’s Ministry

Children’s Ministry

By Jennifer Snook, Director of Children’s Ministries

Sometimes in the late evening after we have put our three tornadoes to bed, I take a few minutes…okay, several minutes, and scroll through my Facebook newsfeed.

Being the youngest of six children, I have a number of people to keep in the loop. After sending a few messages, I usually scroll through my home page. Last week I noticed a photo that gave me pause to stop and stare. It was a snapshot ...

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Love Wichita

Join us the morning of Saturday, April 25, for Love Wichita. What is Love Wichita?

Each year thousands of volunteers representing churches all across the city join together in an attitude of service and love, to share the love of Christ in our city. This year we will once again have the opportunity to resurrect our city as we clean, paint, touch and transform the place we live and encourage the people we encounter in the name of Jesus. Hundreds of projects, ...

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From the Pastor’s Desk – March 19

Dear GPC Community,

The Presbyterian Church USA made the news this week regarding same-sex marriages. I put together some Questions and Answers to help us think through what happened.

Q. Was there some kind of big vote on Tuesday?

A. Yes and No. Last summer the General Assembly of the PCUSA (national gathering of elected ministers and elders from each presbytery) voted to change our constitution to allow for same sex marriages. In order for the constitution to change, a majority of the ...

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Cookie Update

In February some of you generously baked cookies for our community neighbors, and others of you delivered them. Here’s where our cookies went:

  • VA Hospital
  • Wesley Hospital ER
  • Edgemoor Fire Station
  • Edgemoor Police Station
  • Hillside Fire Station
  • Post Office-Munger Station
  • Department of Motor Vehicles
  • Sedgwick County Tag Office
  • Sedgwick County District Attorney Office
  • Sedgwick County Health Dept
  • Courthouse Security Screeners
  • YoungLife Office
  • Hyde Elementary
  • Robinson Middle School
  • East High School
  • Rockwell Public Library
  • East Heights Methodist
  • Citizens Bank

Thank you for reaching out to the community this way!

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