Business as Mission; Social Entrepreneurship; Global Engagement
Greg and Grace Gibson moved to Washington, DC to plant a church in the Georgetown community of Washington, DC. Taking a step of faith and being obedient to the Great Commission, they moved their family of 4 to DC on August 1, 2016. Things started happening pretty much immediately. The core team was built. A bible study was started. And then 13-months later, Veritas City Church was launched with over 120+ in attendance on the first Sunday. A year later, Veritas moved into a new 24/7 home in the heart of Georgetown at the Georgetown Waterfront.
Veritas City Church had grown to over 150 people in 3-years in the heart of Georgetown engaged in gathering, groups, and generosity. It was at this time that Greg and Grace began to be stirred for business as mission. They started The Sunday Company in hopes to provide jobs, make old things news, and build new things. The Sunday Company is a real estate investment business that operates out of the BRRRR method (buy, rehab, rent, refinance, repeat). Starting in 2020, The Sunday Company will build 1 SALT Center per year that serves special needs families and orphans throughout Eastern Europe.
Starting in November 2019, Greg began taking trips to Ukraine. During this time, God began to birth a vision in him for the importance of practical training for Ukrainian pastors and church planters and the opportunity for gospel multiplication through Eastern Europe and the rest of Eurasia. The vision for SALT Movement was created, and in partnership with Timofey Dovgalyuk (President and Founder of SALT), SALT launched in Ukraine in March 2020. Greg serves as the Executive Director.
Also in 2020, Greg launched G2 Projects, LLC to serve as an umbrella organization for all endeavors concerning business as mission, social entrepreneurship, and global engagement efforts.
Before planting Veritas City Church, Greg was a part of planting Foothills Church and oversaw the life-stage ministries at Foothills Church in Knoxville, Tn, seeing the ministry grow from 15 children/teenagers to over 500 and hundreds of volunteers.