Whether you’re just starting to explore faith or you’ve been journeying with God for some time, we want you to feel welcome and involved.


Sunday mornings at GCC are fun and varied. Most weeks we’re at St Luke’s, our red-bricked building a short walk from Gloucester city centre. We gather at 10:30am for tea, coffee and a catch up together before beginning our morning celebration at 11:00. Our celebrations last for 75-90 mins, with time for sung worship, prayer and learning together!

Our mornings aim to be accessible to all, regardless of your age, background or how long you’ve been exploring faith. We encourage you to come along and give it a try, and join in as much much as you feel comfortable.

On a regular basis we also spend Sunday mornings outside of our building; walking together, sharing food, and engaging with our local community. These times provide a different context to deepen our relationships with one another and with God, and for people to “get to know us” outside the building.

Keep an eye on our calendar to find out where we are this week!

Our Latest Talk

Get a feel for our Sunday teaching slot by listening to our latest talk.

Mini Groups

The best place to build authentic relationships and grow together is in our small groups that meet regularly during the week. We have a range of groups that meet across the city, in person and online, on different days. Our groups explore topics relevant to daily life and are the best way to get to know us and to feel a part of life together. We encourage everyone at GCC to be part of a mini group.


Prayer is an essential part of being a follower of Jesus, and at GCC we encourage prayer throughout all areas of our life together.

Pray! is our monthly whole church prayer time where we prioritise time as a church family, gathering usually online but also in person, to listen and speak to God together. A different focus topic is chosen each month, led by a different team member, to encourage and grow our faith as a community.

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