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NH State Trooper to Speak at Guys' Night Out

On Thursday, November 20, at 6 p.m. there will be a Guys' Night Out in our Fellowship Hall.  Trooper First Class Charles George will talk about his job as a specialty trained trooper who flies in the State Police Helicopter and fixed wing aircraft over NH highways to provide safety infraction information to ground state troopers.  Mr. George is an accomplished photographer in the NH State Police.  He has many stories to tell!

Fellowship hour at 6, dinner (catered by Ellie Murphy) at 7 and program at 8.

Make your reservation (with payment, if possible) by November 17th by calling 524-6057 or signing up at coffee hour on Sunday,

Ladies' Night Out

Friday, November 21  6:00 p.m.

Dinner catered by Eloise Post

"Happenings on the Pelvic Floor" by a Concord Hospital RN.

$12.00 (checks made payable to Carolyn Ames).

Reservations and payment due by Monday, November 17th.

Donations to New Beginnings or the Humane Society welcomed.


Sunday, November 30th at 6:00.  This is the first Sunday of Advent. 

There will be a worship service, tree lighting, Christmas caroling and light refreshments.

See you there!

2014 Mission Trip: Detroit, MI

GCC Youth Group Music Video


Perhaps You Have Been Seeking a Place Where...............
Your desire to serve others will be stimulated....
Your need to laugh will be well-received and shared...
Your grieving is comforted...
Your sorrows are lightened...
Your doubts are respected...
Your children are received and welcomed...
Your talents are nourished...
Your love or art and music is expanded...
Your reasoning is appreciated...
Your friendships are strengthened...
Your personal conscience is treasured...
and you receive respect just for being who you are.

Message from Pastor Michael Graham...
Churches come in a variety of shapes and sizes; what makes each place unique is the people gathered.

Churches are one of the few institutions where people of all ages play an important role. We share life toge Pastor Michael Grahamther and make the passage from childhood to adulthood in the presence of others. How wonderful it is to make the passage through life with people who care for you.

I love the intergenerational flavor of the Gilford Community Church; where young and old regularly come together, where children arenít spoken "to" but are invited to join in the wonderful conversation of faith. The enthusiasm of our children, the idealism of our youth and young adults, and the wisdom of our elders, all blend together to make this a vibrant, hope-filled community.

The first Sunday of every month Communion is celebrated during worship.  The first Sunday is also Food Collection Sunday.  Worship attenders are invited to bring non-perishable food with them to worship to donate to the Food Pantry in the foyer in front of the sanctuary.
The second Sunday of every month there is a Hymn Sing held in the sanctuary, before worship, at 9:40 a.m. (except the summer months).
Go to to access a Sunday School registration form and to read about upcoming youth group activities.
Next MEET N' GREET, if you are interested in learning more about the church or in possibly joining the church, is on Sunday, September 28th at 11:15.

The church office is open from Monday-Thursday, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.

In the event of inclimate weather, the church will close and the announcement will be on Channel 9 (WMUR).
Since there are no evening custodial services at the church, evening meetings and events scheduled at the church will also be cancelled at our discretion if the weather is questionable.
If the schools call a snowday, then it should be understood that all events held at the church involving students (scout meetings), will also be cancelled.

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GCC Christmas Fair
Friday, December 5 - 5-7 pm and Saturday, December 6, 9-2 pm

New this year!  6-8 Gift Baskets will be raffled off.  Bring your basket to the church!

There will be the usual White Elephant,(deadline to bring donations to the church is November 23rd), jewelry (bring your donations to the office), Christmas wreath and poinsettia sales (if you have ordered these, you can pick them up in the garage during fair hours; deadline to order is November 16th), Santa's Kitchen, Baked Goods (bring your donations directly to the Fair),Crafts (homemade), Books and Toys and Games.

Volunteers are needed.  Contact Cindy Tomlinson at to sign up.

On Sunday, November 30th, after worship, all are welcome to help set up tables, decorate and display white elephant items. 

This is the church's biggest fundraiser, and it looks like this year is going to be a GREAT one!  Please consider participating!