It doesn’t matter who you are, where you’ve been, or what you’ve done. You matter to God and that means you matter to us. You are of infinite worth. We’re so glad you’re here. Granger Community Church is made up of real people, living real lives, making mistakes, experiencing joy, doing the best we can with what we have, taking our next steps toward Christ and helping others do the same.

Weekly Gathering

Current Series

You’ve probably heard the hashtag #firstworldproblems, used when the internet goes out, or when the sound on a Zoom call fails, or when someone shows up to find the donut shop is all out of their favorite donut. Hopefully, all these modern annoyances are meant to prompt us to be grateful for all we do have and give us perspective when trivial things go wrong. But there are a few very real first world problems we think it’s time to talk about. Things that get in the way of us trusting God and demonstrating His love to a world so desperately seeking it. Join us for four weeks this fall as we talk about some common #firstworldproblems.


We want kids to be where they can learn best, hearing about Jesus in an age-appropriate context that’s engaging, loving and safe—that’s where Granger Kids comes in. Granger Kids is available for newborns-5th grade during all weekend services. The auditorium is a learning environment best suited for students in 6th grade on up. Students also have their own gatherings with Granger Student Ministries (GSM) on Sunday afternoons and evenings at the Granger Campus and Wednesday evenings at the Elkhart Campus during the school year.



For 35 years, the people of Granger Community Church have given above and beyond their normal gifts, towards a special Christmas Offering. We look forward to this annual tradition and all the ways our giving will change lives. This year, we’re giving to focuses that include: our 20th annual Food Drop, investing in our kids and students, greater community engagement and expanding our reach through more mission experiences.