• Campus Locations
    • Northwest
    • Lincoln
    • Kanapaha
    • S. Florida
    • University
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    • The Hub
    • Online

Grace Campus

GRACE Marketplace

3055 NE 28th Avenue
Gainesville, Fl

Service Times

Sunday 10:30 AM

 

Kanapaha Campus

Kanapaha Campus

5005 SW 75th St
Gainesville, FL 32608

Service Times

Sundays at 10:45am

 

Lincoln Campus

Lincoln Middle School

1001 SE 12th St
Gainesville, Fl 32641

Service Times

Sundays at 11:30am

 

Northwest Campus

NorthWest Campus

2925 NW 39th Avenue

Gainesville, FL 32605

Service Times

 
Sundays at 9am & 10:45am

 

Online Campus

Church Online

greenhouse.churchonline.org

Service Times

Sundays at 9:00am, 10:45am & 6:00pm

Mondays at 2:00pm

 

S. Florida Campus

Greenhouse South Florida

1200 SW 136th Ave
Davie, Fl 33325

Service Times

Sundays at 10:45am

 

The Hub Campus

Greenhouse Hub

10924 NW 39th Ave
Gainesville, FL 32606

Service Times

Open 7 days a week from sunrise to sunset for prayer. 

 

University Campus

University Auditorium

333 Newell Dr
Gainesville, FL 32611
Next to Century Bell Tower on UF Campus

Service Times

Services will resume: Sunday 07/09/2017

 

What is Green?

 

 

There are many ways to describe church. The people of God. Two or more gathered in His name. The Bride of Christ. The Body. Yet our ecclesial minimum, and our discipleship approach is worship, mission, and community.

We envision our devotion toward God with the color yellow, and we call this worship. We envision our devotion toward people with the color blue, and we call these mission and community. Yellow and blue make green. Loving God and loving people makes disciples.

“Green” is about true discipleship and true church. We call people to live in this green reality of the Kingdom of God. We measure the health of our families and microchurches and discipleship by whether or not we are living in the green.

It’s vital to get the order right. Worship is first. We are not fully ready to “go blue” until we have first “gone yellow” in relationship with God. But once we have connected to God in worship we cannot help but receive his heart for a lost and suffering world. This leads us into mission. As we engage in mission with the people of God, community is the natural result. It is vital to realize that we do not encounter authentic community by looking for community; it is the result of encountering God and getting on mission – together. It is also curious and beautiful to watch how biblical community causes us to hunger and connect with God.

And that is what makes Greenhouse tick. Only God can make things grow, but we try to provide an environment where he can work his wonders.

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