Green Bay Community Church is a non-denominational group of Christ followers and a transforming community of families that are loving God and others. We are mobilizing people to share the hope of Jesus Christ with all people in the Green Bay area and walk with them as they become a member of the spiritual family, the Church. 


Regular Sunday morning programming includes worship services at 8:00 and 10:00 AM and a hot, delicious breakfast served at 9:00 AM. Go here to find out what to expect on a Sunday morning at GBCC.

This coming Sunday (March 26) Pastor Troy Murphy will continue in our current sermon series called "Out of Sight, Out of Mind," which examines the spiritual warfare going on around us. 

We will continue to provide ways for you to grow in your faith, connect with others or ask questions about spiritual matters. Please stop at the Information Center in the GBCC lobby on Sunday morning and note these specific areas:

-ASK: Pray with me.

-GROW: Pursue Jesus.

-ENGAGE: Walk with me.

We also encourage you to make breakfast part of your Sunday worship experience. We believe that connecting with others is an integral part of the local church.

Easter Services at GBCC

Join us for Easter services on Sunday, April 9. Our morning services at GBCC will be at 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 am. Kids programming (birth through 5th grade) will be available for the 8:00 and 9:30 am services.

Baptisms will take place at each of the services. If you are interested in getting baptized please email us at

We expect the highest attendance at the 9:30 service, so if you prefer less congestion you might want to consider attending the early or late service that day.

No regular breakfast will be served on Easter. However, there will be donut holes and coffee available. 

Easter Sunrise Service

Join us for an Easter Sunrise service on Sunday, April 9 at Veterans Memorial Parkway in downtown Green Bay next to the Neville Museum. The Service runs from 6:00 to 6:30 am outdoors in the park near the Fox River. There is no children's programming for this service.

Good Friday Experience

We invite you to attend our Good Friday Experience on April 7 in the GBCC auditorium, with guided times as follows: 12:00 pm, 2:00 pm, 4:00 pm, 6:00 pm.

Children's programming is available at 4:00 pm. The walk-through experience will last about 45 minutes. If you can't make it at the guided times, doors will be open for individual walk-throughs any time between 12 and 7 pm.

GIVING: First Fruits

• We consider giving an act of worship and part of a Christ follower's story. We are grateful for the generosity of God's people. Here are ways you can make a contribution to the ministries at GBCC:

* Text any amount to 920-214-0051.

* Make an online contribution here.

* Put cash or checks in the collection boxes by the auditorium entrances.


Volunteers are needed for the newly formed NEW All-Star League, which provides a non-competitive, fully accessible baseball playing experience to adults with physical or cognitive disabilities. Games will be played on the Resch Miracle League Field in Allouez’s Optimist Park. Each team plays a 1-hour game on Mondays (June 5 through August 14). Volunteer registration will remain open until spots are filled.

Vacation Bible School

We can't wait to see you for this summer's Vacation Bible School July 24-27. We are going to blast off on the adventure of a lifetime learning all about what it means to shine Jesus' light. VBS gatherings that week will be Monday through Thursday from 6:00 to 8:15 pm.

Register here to guarantee a spot for your child. Early Bird Registration: $15 (through May 31 - then $20 until registration closes on July 1. VBS is for children age 4 (by 7/24) through those entering 4th grade in the fall.


Rest, enjoy, laugh, fish, hike, hunt, sleep, eat, canoe, chill. Activities are optional, not required.
Retreat costs are all inclusive (food, gear, and lodging). Scholarships available - don’t let money be the reason you miss this opportunity. If you are running hard, burning out, disconnected from yourself, or feeling alone – jump in. You’ll thank yourself later, we promise.

There are retreats for women, men and couples. Go here for more information and to register for a retreat in 2023. You can also email Ben Lenz with questions:

The retreat lineup in the coming months includes:

Couples retreat - March 30-April 1

Men's retreats - April 27-30; Oct. 19-22

Women's retreat - Oct. 5-8


*If you would like to submit a prayer request or consult with a pastor in person, on the phone or via Zoom, email us at
*Everyone is welcome to attend a prayer meeting on Wednesdays from 11 am to noon in the GBCC Prayer Room next to the Connect Lounge. 
*We meet in the Prayer Room on Sunday mornings from 9:00 to 9:15. Anyone is welcome to join us for prayer.

*If you would like to schedule a pastor to visit you or a family member at the hospital, a care facility or your home, or if you would like in-home communion, please email us at


• Check out Facebook Live every Wednesday at 12 noon for GBCC updates, special guests and more.

*Go here for a Children's Ministry overview and list of events.
* Volunteers are needed so we can serve more children on Sunday mornings. Contact CM Director Emily Tippett if you would like to serve:
*Go to the Green Bay Community Church - Children's Ministry Facebook page for regular kids programming updates.

* Check for content and schedule updates on our Green Bay Community Church - Middle School Ministry Facebook page. MSM needs volunteers -- contact student ministries pastor Zach Ward ( ) or student ministries associate pastor Michael Gabriel ( ).

* Check for content and schedule updates on the Green Bay Community Church - High School Ministry Facebook page or the HSM Instagram account. HSM needs volunteers -- contact student ministries pastor Zach Ward ( ) or student ministries associate pastor Michael Gabriel ( ).

Samuel Haltom has been nominated to become a Shepherd Elder at GBCC. Go here to read his bio. We put the names of shepherd elder nominees before our congregation as part of the vetting process. Direct any concerns you have via email to

All women are invited to join the Wednesday morning bible study at GBCC from 9:30 to 11:15 in The Chapel. The next study from March 15 to May 3 will focus on Haggai and learning to walk confidently in your calling. Go here for more information.

* Wednesday Nights at Community includes dinner followed by a variety of adult classes and children's programming. Dinner in the gym starts at 5 pm followed by adult, student and children's programming from 6 to 7:30. For more information go here or email Casey Entringer.

If you’re new to GBCC, we would like to connect with you. Text the word NEW to 833-533-1587 and we will follow up with you. 

and DivorceCare groups gather on Monday evenings at GBCC. You will receive encouragement and support in a safe, confidential, caring atmosphere.

There are a number of serving opportunities at GBCC on Sundays and throughout the week where you can share your God-given talents within the body of believers. Click on this "I'm In" form where you can review a variety of serving roles. You can also access the form by scanning the QR code above with your phone camera. We hope you take advantage of the chance to get more involved in the local church by serving with others. 

In a letter to our community, Anya Krawczyk, GBCC Worship Team Member, shares her experience being a part of the Worship Team and encourages you to consider joining her. Read her letter here. If you are interested in joining our Worship Team, please reach out to Niki Koltz at .

The Spring Table Tennis Tournament Fundraiser will be held Saturday, April 1 at GBCC. All comers can compete in four different competition categories. Go here for more information. If you have questions email Jerry Pahl

A new group is forming to create a faith-based fellowship program run by veterans for veterans providing an environment that feels safe and allows participants to verbalize their traumatic experiences to people who know, love and accept them unconditionally. The group will also help veterans become involved in helping and serving others. Go here for more information and to fill out a survey to help shape this group. You can also email Gail Nohr.

The goal of Circles is to end poverty in Brown County, and one of the ways to do that is by coming alongside those who are looking to improve their lives. Consider becoming a Circles volunteer and invest in someone's life to make a lasting impact. Circles meets on Monday evenings at GBCC. Go to the Circles website for more information or email Laura Lee Wright:

• Together Green Bay is a call to everyone that influences others to make our city better through leadership and community development. We work to grow leadership in every public and private sector and we work to engage people and organizations in our community to end poverty. Go here for more information.

Thank you, Thrivent clients. Through your generous Thrivent Choice designations, we received over $6,500 last year. And there’s still time to grow that number. Thrivent clients have until March 31 to designate their 2022 Thrivent Choice funds. You can go here to direct your choice dollars to GBCC.

• The Cancer Support Group is committed to creating a safe, confidential place for men and women to share their experience, strength and hope with each other. As a group we will address the physical, emotional, relational and spiritual challenges that cancer brings. Meetings occur the first and third Mondays of the month. You are welcome to attend any session. Go here for registration, which is required to receive virtual meeting place information.

• Join former GBCC Pastor Kim Sechler for a Wednesday morning bible study via Zoom from 8 to 8:45 am. Go here to get the Zoom log-in information. 

• The Giving Tree accepts in-person donations at the Green Bay Community Church West Lobby entrances, where shopping carts are located to place your donations. Other drop-off locations in Howard and Suamico during regular business hours: Thornberry Cottage; Village Lanes; Papa Murphy's on Lineville; design a la mode; Village of Suamico offices.

• Go here for a list of groups that are offered at GBCC. 

• We have created a Community Love Now Facebook group to provide a forum for needs in our community to be shared and met. To join the group click here

• GBCC staff members are working on campus as well as offsite. Email  to contact one of our staff members.