Welcome to Gowen Bible Church

Meddler Campus

Gowen  Campus

Current Teaching

One Message Two Locations

Join Us! At one of our two locations, we meet for worship at 9:30 am at our Meddler Campus and at 11 am at our Gowen Campus every Sunday as we gather to explore the Truth of God's word and what it means to Follow Jesus in His Way in the Northern Kent and Montcalm County areas. We are committed to the great commandment and the great commission, in short we are a group of people committed to Learn Jesus way and realizing His mission for us to Love God and Love People in our community. Join Us!

THE ROAD MISSION TRIP   August 1st-5th

Come Change Lives and be Changed Yourself

We INVITE YOU!

You have many options when choosing a church. As you walk through our doors - our goal is: that you find people who are commited to the Way of Jesus.

We are people who have been changed by the hope of Jesus Christ and we want you to experince that hope as well. We don't claim to be perfect and we don't  expect you to be either. We are willing to be real, yet chanagable - Always asking God to work in us and through us. We are small, but growing.

Come grow with us as we strive to Love God, Love People and Live as His Family.

SUNDAY NIGHT: Being the Church

Join us Sunday night  At our MEDDLER Campus for our Studys

In 2017 we will be looking at the various ways we can engage our community with the message of Jesus in real and practical ways. What if where we lived really was our mission field and we have been called to win our community to the Jesus way? What would we do differently? Come explore the answers with us!

CURRENT STUDIES: Discovering your Spiritual Gift, The Case for Christ, and even one for the young ones about Creation. Join us!

Our hope is that these studies point the way to victory in your life as a follower of the Christ, as we see the kind of life transforming power that Christ is ready to pour out in our lives as well. With the result that we will be moved to grow in our trust relationship with Christ.

Missional Communities

We have smaller communities that meet at several locations and times through out the week. These smaller communites gather throughout the week to be the church and do life together.

The early church was devoted to 4 things; The Apostles Teaching, Breaking Bread, Fellowship, and Prayer. They would meet in the temple and each others homes on a daily basis. They did life together. There was no need among the church. We believe that any successful church will practice these four disciplines filled by the Holy Spirit and driven by a heart of gratitude to the One who died for us.

Fall/ Winter:

Twin Oaks Missional Community: Meets on Thursday Evenings at the Rhanors' house at 6:30 pm, and Sunday evening at the Meddler Campus

TGIF Missional Community meets Friday evening at the Gowen Building at 6:30 Pm We also gather on Sunday evening at the Medler Campus at 6:pm

Join Us!.. as we just do life, Sharing food, stories, mission and the Gospel. Just having a good time with people getting to know each other and our neighbors. So bring a friend and some food...and have a great time.

What are Missional Communities:

Family - First of all a missional community is a group of believers who live and experience life together like a family. They see God as their Father because of their faith in the person and work of Jesus Christ and the new regeneration brought about by the Holy Spirit.

This means they have and know of a divine love that leads them to love one another as brothers and sisters. They treat one another as children of God deeply loved by the Father in Everything - sharing their money, time, resources, needs, hurts, successes, etc. They know each other well. This knowledge includes knowing each other's life stories and having familiarity with one another's strength and struggles in regards to belief in the gospel and its application to all of life.

They speak the gospel truth to one another, regularly building each other up in love. They also love the people around them as if they were part of the family, showing them what the love of the Father looks like and in so doing inviting them to experience life in the family of God.
(John 1:11-13; Rom. 12:10-16; Eph 5:1-2)

A missional community is made up of Spirit-led and filled people who radically reorient their lives together for the mission of making disciples of a particular people and place where there is a gospel gap (no consistent gospel witness). This means people's schedule, resources and decisions are now collectively built around reaching people together.
(Matt. 3:16-4:1; Jn. 20:21; Acts 1:8; Acts 13:2)

Disciples are made and developed: 1) through life on life, where there is visibility and accessibility 2) in community, where they can practice the one anothers, and 3) on mission where they learn how to proclaim the gospel and make disciples

 

 

 

UGANDA - Short Term Mission Trip

A group from the Church traveled with our missionaries Denis & Cassie Nuwagaba to Uganda The teams were there from April 29th through April 14th 2017. 

Come hear this Sunday About the trip fromt he teama nd hear the adventures of traveling across the Nile River, visiting Kamuli village, playing soccer, doing nails, ministring tot he widow and outcast, leading pastor training. All in less than two weeks! Come catch the vision!

 

 

Worship Songs

 

 

 

Print Print | Sitemap
© Gowen Bible Church