During the school year, adults at GracePoint can choose from a wide variety of Sunday morning classes. Most of these groups have members of a similar age and life stage; however, any adult can attend any community regardless of age. Whether you are new to GracePoint or you've been around for a while and are ready for a new challenge, please feel free read through the class descriptions below and visit several classes before landing on the one that seems right for you.
NOTE: During the summer months, we have one adult class that meets at 10:30 a.m.
Adult Sunday School Classes – 9:45 a.m.
Achievers — Room 208-210 (Gym Alcove)
Age: 55+ Contacts: Doug Galinski & Rich Jansma
This is our vibrant senior adults class (adults of any age welcome!). Life-long learners who study the Bible, theology and special topics. A variety of regular and guest presenters are utilized for this class.
CAYAC — Room 110 (Fellowship Hall)
Age: College and Young Adult Community
A gathering of college-age and post-college young adults. Discussion will be centered on a book of the Bible, the current sermon series, or a relevant topic. You can email any questions to
Journey — Room 109 (Fellowship Hall)
Contacts: Chris & Julie Doehrmann
The Journey is a direct study of the Bible based on the current sermon series. This multi-generational group encourages lots of good discussion.
LifeBuilders — Room 131
Age: mid-40s to 60s, but all ages welcome
Contact: Ian Johnston
Each LifeBuilder session includes a time of fellowship, prayer and study. This group engages in a study of various topics from a Biblical perspective. A variety of presenters are used to teach and lead discussion.
Pulse — Room 111 (Fellowship Hall)
Age: 30s and early 40s
Contacts: Ryan Mick, Tim Miller, Andrew Schock, and John Wentz
This group enjoys discussion on a book of the Bible, the current sermon series, or specific topics that are relevant to their stage of life.
Substance — Room 132-133
Contact: Ron Carey & Randy Johnson
This class is primarily a video-based study and discussion dealing with a variety of contemporary discipleship topics and life issues.