What time are the services?
Our worship service begins at 9am. Additionally on Sunday mornings, Growth Groups (GGs) are the “next step” beyond morning worship for adult participants to learn and discuss the Scriptures and Christian life with others; helping model what it means to follow Jesus. Currently we have a group that meets at 10:45am. We trust Growth Groups will provide a place for you to grow in prayer, friendships, fellowship and Bible study. For more information click here.
How should I dress? Pastor Steve has been quoted as saying, “You don’t need to dress up or shape up, just show up.” We are thrilled that you're joining us and we want you to be more focused on who you’re worshiping than what you're wearing. In the summertime, it's not uncommon to see people wearing sandals, shorts, and a t-shirt. Most people dress casual though a few still prefer to put on their "Sunday best," and that's fine too! We think you'll fit in no matter how you dress.
What are the messages like?
Our focus is on the Word of God. We strive to teach the Bible in a way that is engaging, understandable and applicable. Most messages are a verse-by-verse study of God’s Word so that a “balanced diet” of the whole counsel of God can be enjoyed.
What about the music?
Music and singing is just one of the many ways that we worship. At Grace Point, we are led by a team of musicians and vocalists. We pour a lot of effort into our music ministry in hopes that it is authentic, creative, Christ-centered and God-exalting worship. We sing original songs, historic hymns and many current worship songs.
What's available for my kids?
We enjoy using tru curriculum from David C. Cook to help us disciple our children. tru is a dynamic, spiritually forming, and family-empowered ministry philosophy that offers a vibrant weekend curriculum, as well as other family resources that meet the specific needs of today's generation. tru is uniquely created to inspire, equip, and support parents and church leaders in our ministry to children.
All Kindergarten - 5th grade children meet upstairs in the Ministry Center. Preschool, Toddlers & Babies classrooms are located in the foyer of the Worship Center.
Learn more about our tru Ministry here.
Email Micah & Kasia Labovitch, our Children’s Ministry Interim Directors here.
Do you have something for students?
180 Student Ministries is a place for 6th-12th grade students to feel welcomed, embraced, encouraged and equipped.
“Relational, high energy, engaging, interactive, and biblically relevant,” would be a few words to describe our ministry with students. In environments where they can have fun and engage with the truth, our aim is to help students make their faith their own. 180 is a safe place to wrestle with hard questions…and a challenging place where a student’s faith is developed, strengthened, and stretched.
Learn more about our Middle School Ministry here.
Learn more about our High School Ministry here.
Email Michael Westfall, our Student Ministries Pastor here.
Will I be asked to give money?
If you are a guest, please do not feel any obligation to give. We believe giving is an act of worship wherein those who have a personal relationship with God through Christ, give regularly and generously in response to God’s gracious gifts.