How to Get Into Grace Community Church (GCC)
Grace Community Community Church is a Christian evangelical church in Westlake Village, California, located in the Los Angeles metropolitan area.
Grace is a community church founded in 2003.
Grace has been called the “spiritual home” for the Christian Right.
It has a large congregation of roughly 1,300 people.
In 2017, it was the largest congregation of any Christian church in the United States.
Grace’s leaders have called homosexuality a sin and a perversion of the gospel.
According to Grace’s website, they “taught that love is not the absence of sin, but the presence of God in the heart of every human being.”
Grace Community Mission Statement: To be true to the Gospel and be faithful to the teachings of Jesus Christ.
To serve and protect the church and its people, and to serve God in his time of need.
To encourage people to be active and to pray for one another.
Grace Community Pastor: John F. Scott, Ph.
D. Grace Fellowship: Grace Community Fellowship is an evangelical ministry organization with roots in California.
Grace Mission Statement and Mission Statement for the United Church of Christ: To promote, defend, and preserve the biblical principles of love, grace, and community and the Christian ideals of brotherhood, justice, and peace.
Grace Evangelical Fellowship: Evangelical Evangelical Christian Fellowship (EFEF) is a fellowship founded in the early 2000s.
EFEF has been in the Westlake Valley for more than a decade and has more than 5,000 members.
In 2016, EFEf was the second largest Christian church of any faith group in the country.
In 2018, ECEF was the third largest Christian congregation in the world.
ECEf’s mission statement includes, “The purpose of the Fellowship is to develop, promote, and defend the Bible’s teaching on the Gospel of Jesus, to share our Christian values, and promote and defend faith-based social justice.”
The fellowship is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
In its 2018 Annual Report, Efef stated that the “Core Values” of EFEs “focus on the teaching of Jesus and the Gospel to all people.”
In 2018 EFE’s mission and values were stated as “To be a fellowship of the faith that teaches, defends, and promotes the biblical teaching of the Gospel, the principles of human sexuality, and the gospel of Jesus.”
EFE is an affiliate of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), a denomination that is known for being anti-LGBT.
EEEF is also a member of the Council of the SBC, an organization that opposes same-sex marriage.
The Southern Baptist Church is the largest Christian denomination in the U.S. with more than 200 million members and about 3.3 million churches.
In June 2018, the Southern Baptists voted to remove the name of Jesus from the SLC.
Grace Christian Fellowship: The Grace Fellowship is a faith-led, non-denominational Christian ministry organization that was founded in 2007.
Grace was created to serve the needs of the evangelical Christian community in West Los Angeles.
Grace focuses on the Christian teachings of Christ and His teachings, the ministry’s mission is to provide spiritual and social services to people of faith, and its goal is to promote, protect, and maintain a loving community for the faith and for all Christians.
In 2019, Grace was named the largest evangelical Christian congregation by the American Association of Christian Colleges and Universities.
Grace International Fellowship: A faith-driven fellowship founded by Grace Evangelicals Fellowship, Grace Fellowship International Fellowship is headquartered in Los Angeles, California.
The mission of Grace International is to serve and promote the Christian principles of Christian hospitality, fellowship, and service to all of God’s children.
Grace Gospel Mission Statement (GMP): To proclaim the gospel in a way that makes it more accessible to the world, in order to enrich and enrich our lives and our communities.
Grace Global Fellowship: Founded in 2010, Grace Global is a mission based faith-centered global Christian ministry based in Los Gatos, California founded by a diverse team of leaders and practitioners, including former U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron, and former U