Please join us each Sunday. We meet in the Yellow Room inside the Family Center from 8:15 am - 8:45 am to pray. This will be an open time of prayer, which means that between 8:15 am - 8:45 am, you can show up at any time and leave at any time. We understand that some may not be comfortable praying out loud. You will never be asked to pray out loud, but we will ask that you come with your praying presence and pray silently along side of us, so that others will come to know Jesus. I look forward to praying with you each week.
Every other month, Grace Point offers a three-hour class that is designed to help you discover what Grace Point Church is all about. We share the story of Grace Point as well as our vision and values. We also discuss how to be a covenant partner of Grace Point Church.
Class is offered in January, March, May, September, and November.
Being a Foster Parent is a tremendous responsibility and help to our community. We understand that with the increased responsibility it is difficult to find regular respite care. On every first Friday of each month, Grace Point Church would like to serve the foster parents in our community by providing free respite care from 6pm to 9pm. During that time, we will provide foster children a fun, safe and nurturing environment so that the foster parents can take some time to rest, catch a movie, go out with their spouse and more! Sign up to serve today!!
“Next Steps” is a relaxed and informative environment that will help you understand how to connect with others at Grace Point. This class also shows you the strategies we enlist to help you to grow spiritually. Whether you are just starting out with Jesus or have been walking with Him for a while, we want to help you follow Jesus.
Class is offered every month except for December.
Get to know the pastors and staff of Grace Point over coffee from 4:30-5:30pm in the Gathering Center Lobby the first Sunday of every month. No RSVP required. Just show up!
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent. Lent is a Church rhythm meant to lead us into the heart of the gospel — the death and resurrection of Jesus. This ancient Christian season impresses on us our finite mortality and yet our eternal union with Christ. On Ash Wednesday, Christians around the world and throughout history have been marked with a cross of ashes on the forehead — a symbol both of shame and grace — our shame, God’s grace in Jesus. Join us on Ash Wednesday, March 6th at 6:30pm.