Ten percent of General Fund giving goes to support GCC Global and Local Outreach Partners and Programs. We support each of our Local Partners financially and we encourage our congregation to get involved by serving with our partners.

Metropolitan Ministries of Pasco

A faith based social service agency that provides basic resources for individuals and families such as food, clothing, shelter, educational programs, and spiritual support. GCC's support has helped to build the transitional housing and kitchen. We regularly collect food donations for their food panty along with clothing and personal hygiene items. Each November, GCC is the largest collector of Boxes of Hope for the holiday season. 

Volunteers are needed to assist with daily operations, sorting donations, processing clients and helping to serve hot meals on Tuesday evenings and Sunday mornings. Consider volunteering at Metropolitan Ministries in Holiday or organizing a food drive in your neighborhood.  Grow Groups are needed on the first Tuesday of the month to serve hot meals to local families.

To volunteer please contact Nancy Dougherty at 727-937-3268 ext. 202. Mary Treichel's at 727-937-3268 ext 204 or go online to www.metromin.org. If you need assistance or have questions about signing up a group to volunteer at one time, please contact Mary Treichel at mary.treichel@metromin.org or Nancy Dougherty at nancy.dougherty@metromin.org

Metropolitan Ministries - Pasco
3214 US Highway 19 N.
Holiday, FL 34691
(727) 937-3268 ext. 202

Pasco Pack-A-Sack Food 4 Kids

GCC has partnered with Gulfside Elementary and Paul R Smith Middle School to stop food insecurity for chronically hungry children through the Pack-a-Sack program. Each week during the school year, we have a team of volunteers that create sacks of food that are given out on Fridays to provide food for the weekend.

You can get involved by volunteering to serve with the packing team on Monday evenings or by donating nutritional, child-friendly, individually packaged snacks, drinks and meals. Food donations should be dropped off at the GCC office during business hours or placed directly in the white collection barrels in the Kid Zone lobby during weekend services. For more information on what food items are needed click on the Back Pack Food Program image, please contact Patti Templeton in the GCC Office.


New Life Solutions

Christ-centered ministry offering hope, help and healing for women, teens and families by promoting healthy lifestyle choices and relationships. Through free and confidential peer counseling, education, pregnancy testing, and obstetrical ultrasounds, New Life Solutions provides emotional, physical, spiritual and economic support to at-risk clients during their time of need. GCC's financial support is dedicated to the Klosterman location in Tarpon Springs. 

Volunteer opportunities are available to work at the Klosterman location during the weekdays. Grow Groups may consider hosting a baby shower to collect needed baby items.

New Hearts Outreach Tampa Bay

Exists to glorify God by connecting the sexually and relationally challenged to Jesus Christ. New Hearts Outreach offers the love of Christ to those who choose to pursue sexual and relational wholeness, through one-on-one discipleship and healing prayer, weekly confidential support groups with accountability, and referral for licensed Christian counseling. 

Volunteer opportunities are available at their Tampa location.

One Community Now

Is a network of Pasco County churches, businesses, organizations and government leaders partnering together to focus on food insecurity, education and neighborhood transformation. Projects include the One Community Now Hunger Walk, One Community Now Stand Down, Pasco Pack A Sack Food 4 Kids, Cold Night Shelter, Neighborhood Transformation. To see success stories, serving opportunities and more information go to www.onecommunitynow.com

For more information contact Lisa Heeter.

Men's Prison Ministry 

Celebrate Recovery® Inside is the prison and jail expression of Celebrate Recovery, This program encourages fellowship and celebrates Christ’s healing power in the lives of people as they work their way along the road to recovery while being incarcerated. Lives are changed as experiences, strengths, and hopes are shared with one another. In addition, individuals become willing to accept God’s grace and forgiveness in solving life’s problems.

This team works in the Zephyrhills and Sumter Correctional Institutes. Men volunteers are needed to help with this program. Training will be provided. For more information contact Alan Higby.