What is Greenhouse?

The Greenhouse is a practical education program designed to help equip God's people for life and ministry. Since God's Word is profitable for teaching, for redirecting,  for correcting, and for training in righteousness, we want to take it seriously with an intentional series of classes designed with three goals in mind:
1.      Equip healthy followers of Jesus to love, serve, and reach out.
2.      Develop elders and leaders for the church.
3.      Prepare pastors and missionaries to be sent out.

Greenhouse Information:

Greenhouse Classes typically take place on Sundays or Wednesdays. They are geared toward adults and teens.
E-mail the office if you have questions about upcoming classes.
Check back here for scheduled start dates.

Future topics include:
  • Knowing Our Bigger Family, The Alliance
  • Finding Your Place in God's Family
  • Foundations of Belief: The Holy Spirit
  • Understanding Discipleship Families
  • Defending Your Faith in Crazy Times
  • The Puzzle of the End Times
  • The Life of Christ
  • How to Share Your Faith

Scheduled Classes:

Caring for Your Soul     Oct. 18-Dec. 13, 6:30pm
  • Join us as we walk through the principles of caring for, growing, healing, and empowering the "inner man."
Biblical Leadership in the 21st Century,      Jan. 3-Feb. 14, 6:30pm
  • Leadership in God’s kingdom often looks a lot different than we see elsewhere. What kind of people does God call leaders? What makes spiritual leadership different than merely telling people what to do? The first half of this class explores leadership through the lens of Timothy, Titus, and the Gospels. The second half examines the role of spiritual leaders and elders in contemporary America and specifically in GAC.
Understanding Discipleship Families,      Feb. 4-18, 10:30am
  • The vision of GAC is to be a Discipleship Family Based church. But what is a Discipleship Family? How do they work? How can I get involved? This class will explain the Biblical basis for what we’re doing and give practical examples and instructions for being an authentic “family.”