Join us this weekend. . . 

Online or on Facebook!

Join us by choosing "WATCH ONLINE".  This will take you to our Media section where you can select this Sunday's service, or the previous weeks online services, beginning with March 22, 2020.  The current week service will be available beginning as early as 8:00 AM each Sunday morning. 

Join us June 7th

on Campus, Online or on Facebook

We will begin meeting together for Sunday services starting June 7th.  A shortened version of our church services will start at 10:45 am.  There will be no "organized chaos" time and seating will be staggered but families who have been together may sit together.  We will not pass the offering plate but one will be available in the foyer.  Communion will be offered in a safe manner.  We will also not be holding Sunday School , evening services or Wednesday activities until further notice. 

If you want to wear a mask, please feel free to do so.  This is a judgment free zone and masks are not required but we ask you to respect each other's space.  The church will be sanitized both before and after the service and hand sanitizer will be available in the foyer.     

We will also continue offering an "Online service" beginning at 8:00 am each Sunday.  All services will be available on our website at: as well as on our Facebook:


                                                                        WATCH ONLINE           


While there are many opinions as to the "right" thing to do, we are following the advice of our General Board of Superintendents who advise us to follow the advice of Local and State authorities.

We are also reminding everyone of the need for your continued support of the church and we want to thank you for your faithfulness. Your tithes and gifts can be given through our website with safe online giving at: or by mailing to GCN, PO Box 223, Gardner, KS 66030.


While we try to adjust to this new norm, it's not uncommon for our hearts to be troubled so in this season, we encourage you to turn your heart to the Lord and trust in God to be your guide.  As the Psalmist writes: "Be still, and know that I am God!  I am exalted among the nations, I am exalted in the earth."

The LORD of hosts is with us; the God of Jacob is our refuge.