From core beliefs to creed, this is who we are.
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It’s important to us that you’re here.
It’s also important to us that you know why we feel this way about you. The Bible tells us every person is deeply loved by God. We believe every person is created in God’s image and deserves to be respected, encouraged, and mentored in their spiritual journey. Jesus has always invited the searching, the sincere and the open to follow Him into the full discovery of their spiritual life in Him.
We respect your journey.
Life in Christ is a journey. It begins at a distance and progressively finds us drawing nearer to Him. Our spiritual journey isn’t about specific and concrete steps as much as it is about building a relationship with Jesus and His followers. This journey is aided by virtues such as humility and honesty more than things like certainty and clarity. Mother Teresa said, “In the absence of clarity we learn trust.” We believe that we can trust the heart of Jesus even when we don’t understand His ways. This is the essence of faith. We come to Jesus as individuals and He deals with us as individuals. He never focused on the differences of those who followed Him and neither does Grace Pointe. However, He did address their common needs and developed “His image” in their unique lives. Therefore we believe we gain strength from our individual differences both personally and as a fellowship.
Sunday morning services
- 10am – Christian Education Classes
- 11am – Worship Experience & Sermon
- Nursery and child care available
- 6:30pm Prayer Service in our “Upper Room”
But because of his great love for us, God, who is rich in mercy, made us alive with Christ even when we were dead in transgressions—it is by grace you have been saved.~ Ephesians 2:4-5