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UPDATE: December 2021
We are currently welcoming people to in-person worship with no more need to reserve online. Seats are available to the first 70 adults & children who arrive each Sunday.

As soon as you arrive, please be prepared to register yourself and any dependant children. You will also be asked to sign-up children for nursery or Sunday School.
Spaces for Sunday School or nursery are on a first-come basis: 20 students, 5 pre-schoolers. The number of people allowed in the building will be capped at 70.


Still more comfortable watching online?
Live-streaming of worship on Facebook continues, but don’t miss out on fellowship!

Please join us after worship at about 11:30 EST for our virtual fellowship time, to chat together in small groups, as we would in the hall after church before the pandemic.
Watch the following video to learn how to log in: https://www.facebook.com/gloucesterchurch/videos/961618154665278/
OR, follow these steps. Become an ongoing member of the Gloucester Virtual Fellowship Community.
1) Go to http://discord.com/register
2) Create an account (An account is essential to maintain the safety of the Discord community.) Check out http://discord.com/safetyfor more information.
3) Click the + on the left to add a server
4) Select Join Server
5) Copy and Paste https://discord.gg/VdYArt4 and click join server
6) Scroll down to find a voice channel. Normally, the first group meets in Chapel1.
Try to stay in groups of less than 4 to have the most meaningful conversations.In future weeks, just visit discord.com. You will already be logged in and you can click the picture of the church to be there. 

Other church activities may be in-person or Zoom video/telephone, or a combination of both options.

 If you’d like to join, please call or email the church office to get connected..
Office phone: 613-737-3820                      Office email: officegpchurch@gmail.com

Encounters with Jesus—Bible conversation for everyone.

Alternate Thursdays at 7pm, on Zoom.
Next conversation: February 3, 2022

Jesus changed the life of everyone he met in the Gospels. He changes our lives, too. Join the encounters, as Jesus transforms our big questions: Who are we, and why are we here? Why love instead of hate? What’s wrong with the world—and what, if anything, can make it right?


Please refer to the COVID-19 Response page for any other information.