Gospel Community Church

Making disciples on mission for Christ Fayetteville, GA
Gospel Community Church
Gospel Community Church
Gospel Community Church
Gospel Community Church
Gospel Community Church
Gospel Community Church
Gospel Community Church
Gospel Community Church
Gospel Community Church
Gospel Community Church
Gospel Community Church
Gospel Community Church
Gospel Community Church
Gospel Community Church
Gospel Community Church
Gospel Community Church

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383 Fayette Pl
Fayetteville, GA 30214-1653



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Who We Are

We are a church. A church is a local community of believers who confess Jesus Christ as Lord. In obedience to Scripture we organize under qualified Biblical leadership, gather regularly for preaching and worship, observe the Biblical sacraments of baptism and communion, and scatter to fulfill the Great Commission and the Great Commandment as missionaries to the world.

About Us

Casual, Down to Earth, Young families

Community Service, Social Justice, Children's Ministry

Traditional Hymns, Rock-n-roll





Our Services

What are services like?
What will the worship service be like? At Gospel Community Church we keep it simple. We will sing, pray, read and teach from the scriptures. During our service we will also take communion remembering the death and resurrection of Jesus. You will find a relaxed yet passionate people who are easy going and deeply in love with Jesus. What should I wear? Clothes are mandatory at Gospel Community Church, other than that there is no set dress code. Most people dress casual but just come as you are. What about my kids? We love kids! We believe that when kids come to church they should learn something and have fun. When you arrive you will be able to check you child into a safe and worry free environment so that you can focus on Jesus during the service.

What is the community like?
The Gospel is in direct opposition to the concept that individual men need only look inward, to themselves for provision and sustenance. We side with the Bible’s stance—that the church is a crucial gift God gave to us, the body of Christ. Gospel community does not arrange itself by accident—we will therefore take intentional steps to build relationships as believers through our services as well as through community groups. Our community will be built of intergenerational and intercultural mingling. We intend to cross age and color boundaries so that all will hear and respond to the Gospel on their lives. We believe wisdom, giftings, and wealth are distributed variably so we might rely on each other as a body. The older will guide the younger; the younger will energize the older. We wish to create a family of believers that enjoys the material and spiritual gifts God has provided. We will eat good food, enjoy robust conversation, laugh and cry with each other, engage in recreation and service together—all to the glory of God. We also believe that church discipline, rightly enacted, begins at the close and intimate level of brothers and, if necessary, escalates in an orderly, loving, and scriptural process to the corporate / church level. God’s design is for us to walk in the light, as He is in the light. This is made possible within Gospel community.

What if I'm not a Christian?
If you are not a Christian we would be honored to have you visit with us. Gospel Community Church is a safe place to "kick the tires" of Christianity.


Kirk  McDonald

Kirk McDonald

My name is Kirk McDonald, lead pastor of Gospel Community Church. I grew up in a lower middle class family that loved Jesus. I was born and raised in Stockbridge, Georgia and lived in the same house for nineteen years. At the age of thirteen, Jesus both saved me and called me into ministry in one distinct moment. As a teenager, I was involved in an active student ministry and became the youth pastor’s assistant at sixteen. I met my beautiful wife in that ministry. She was the pastor’s daughter and we dated through high school. In 2007, we were married and I became the student pastor for Avalon Church where I served faithfully for five years. It was an incredible blessing to see God work in the lives of students and to be a part of their growing relationship with Jesus. In January of 2011, Chelsea and I felt like God was calling us to a new ministry. In February, we attended a church planting conference in Orlando and, after much prayer, fasting, and seeking wise counsel, we knew God was calling us to plant a church. So, in March of 2011, we answered the call and began to plant Gospel Community Church. We know God has called us to plant a Gospel-centered, church-planting church that is passionate about making disciples on mission for Jesus.

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