Great Commission Churches

Great Commission East (GC-East)

Coordinates church planting, leadership training, and church coaching for GCC member churches in Florida, Georgia, Ohio, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. GC-East is a ministry out of the GCC national office in Worthington, Ohio.

Contact person:  John Hopler

Great Commission Heartland (GCH)

Coordinates church planting, leadership training, and church coaching for GCC member churches in Missouri and Kansas. GCH is a ministry out of Open Range Fellowship in Lone Jack, Missouri.

Contact person:  Dave Putthoff


Great Commission Mountains West (GCMW)

Coordinates church planting, leadership training, and church coaching for GCC member churches in Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, and Washington. Mountains West is a ministry out of Summitview Community Church in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Contact person:
  John Meyer

Great Commission Northlands (GCN)

Coordinates church planting, leadership training, and church coaching for GCC member churches in Minnesota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin. GCN is a ministry out of Evergreen Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

Contact person:  Brent Knox

Great Commission Plains (GCP)

Coordinates church planting, leadership training, and church coaching for GCC member churches in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, and Wisconsin. GCP is a ministry out of Vintage Faith Church in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Contact person:  Rick Whitney


 

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