Welcome To GracePoint Church
At GracePoint you will discover a warm group of real people dedicated to following our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. From the moment you walk up to the building you can expect a heartfelt greeting is part of what makes a church a church.
So you've attended a worship service or two, and would like to get more involved, or simply learn more about the church. How?
Fill Out a Connection Card
We promise not to inundate you with unwanted solicitous phone calls, but we would like to provide you with timely information via an email every once in while. Or, if you indicate you would like to get more information about a specific ministry, we would be happy to send you a brochure. Providing your contact information is a great way for us to connect with you, and you with us.
Meet A Pastor (or Two)
Almost monthly we hold Meet the Pastor after our worship services so that you have the opportunity to learn more about GracePoint and ask some questions. During this informal, short meeting, you can meet some other newcomers and find out how you can connect here at GracePoint!
Learn About Membership
When you are ready to consider membership here at GracePoint, fill out the Membership Interest Form. Once you have completed it, one of our pastors will reach out to set up a meeting so that they can share more with you about the ministry and structure of GracePoint. They will discuss the meaning and purpose of membership and are happy to answer questions you may have about the church or membership at GracePoint.
Join a Small Group
On Sunday mornings, we offer adult small groups in the form of Sunday School classes. If you want to connect on a deeper level outside of a Sunday morning, join a GraceGroup. These groups provide engaging environments that purposefully dig into spiritual truths and discuss how to apply them to our every day lives. GraceGroups help us live out our faith more honestly with more integrity during the week when we are not in church.
Serving is more about who we are! We "do" things to serve people in specific ways, but we are first and foremost "servants" who humbly respond to God's call to love others at any moment of any day. With that in mind, there are areas of ministry that need volunteers where God may lead you to serve.