Celebrate Connect Contribute

Celebrate Connect Contribute

We are a community of everyday people seeking to put Jesus first

We are passionate about God, people and desire to be a church where you can find home and come as you are.

Pastor Brian Dickison

Pastor Brian Dickison

Woodinville Campus Pastor

Brian is the Woodinville Campus Pastor and has been on staff at Gold Creek since 2006. His heart is for the people of Woodinville and leading a charge of Jesus in the local community. In his free time he loves hanging out with his wife and two young kids in the outdoors, camping, and hunting. He was born and raised in Snohomish and was sure he was moving out of the “rainy state” yet married someone from here, settled here and now started a family here. There must be something in the water.

What to Expect

What to Expect

What to Expect

For those who are new, when you arrive here at Gold Creek Woodinville you can expect to be greeted at the door by one of our wonderful volunteers, who will then take you to our welcome desk. Where you will receive a Welcome Bag.

From there, one of our volunteers will guide you to our hospitality booth or worship center. If you have children, we can lead you to our full kids program where you will have access to quick and easy check in. Your kids will experience their own worship on their level, through activities, music, or a message crafted for them. Once inside the worship center, you will be able to participate in dynamic worship and a relevant message.

Woodinville Campus

Woodinville Campus

An extension campus of Gold Creek Community Church, The Woodinville campus of Gold Creek has live preaching, similar music and the same current sermon series as all other Gold Creek Campuses. GC Woodinville is  staffed by Pastor Brian Dickison, who has been with Gold Creek for 8 years.

GC Woodinville is located at the Brightwater Center (clean water treatment plant) in Woodinville. The sustainably-built Brightwater Center features multi-purpose meeting areas for groups up to 260. The Brightwater Center is surrounded by 70 acres of natural area with ponds, wetlands and walking trails.

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