GracePointe Church
Monday, December 18, 2017
A new church for a new generation


Considering a visit to GracePointe?
Expect to meet warm, friendly, helpful people with smiles on their faces. 
What do people wear?
Feel free to wear whatever makes you comfortable. No one dresses up (including our leadership.) But if you would rather be dressy—feel free to do so.
How long is the service?
Our service begins at 10:00 am and runs about one hour and fifteen minutes. Our service includes music, prayer, and a message from our pastor. After the service concludes, most of our attendees stick around to visit with one another. You’re welcome to be a part of the conversation.
Is your worship style traditional, blended or contemporary?
None of those are applicable to us. We don’t try to be any of the three. We’re GracePointe!
We do not use hymnals because we would have to carry them in and move them out each week. It’s much easier to project lyrics onto a screen. Some of the songs will be familiar to you and some might be new. Some Sundays include a lot of music and other Sundays will call for only a few songs.
Our pastor is a skilled communicator. The emphasis of his teaching ministry is the careful study and verse-by-verse exposition of the Bible, with special attention devoted to the historical and grammatical background behind each passage. However, our people most appreciate his ability to make the complicated simple to understand. His messages are very practical with applications to be applied throughout the coming week. We will also provide study notes that will help you to remember what you learn on Sunday morning. We sit around tables which makes note taking much easier.
Why do you meet in a community center and not a church building?
Great question and the answer is simple. It all boils down to dollars and priorities. Starting a new church is expensive and our resources are limited. Therefore, rather than put a great deal of money into a building, we would rather put it into ministry and missions. Making disciples for Christ is more important to us than building buildings.