Garfield Community Church

  Welcome to

Garfield Community Church

of the Assemblies of God


April - May: Jesus in Lamentations; Jesus in Ezekiel 

April 13th - Palm Sunday

April 20 - Resurrection Sunday 


* Youth Group  *

Each Wed 7:30 PM @ the Church 

* Men's Breakfast * 

Saturday April 26: Location TBA

"Disciplines of a Godly Man" 

* Digging Deeper *


6:30 PM - Prayer

Digging deeper into Worship, Prayer and the Word of God

Come weary, leave strengthened; Come broken, leave mended; Come discouraged, leave encouraged; Come dry, leave refreshed; Come barren, leave empregnated; Come hungry, leave filled; Come longing, leave satisfied.

Looking for a church home?

 We feature church for all ages, including a children's service during our main service at 10:30 am.

If you want to experience God's presence and faithfulness; if you want to experience spiritual healing and wholeness; if you want to experience a sense of hope and vitalitiy, come join us.


Need A Ride To Church?

Please call the church and we can set up one of our members to assist you. 635-1567 or 595-0751


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