The Grace Point leadership team has made the decision to temporarily move to ONLINE SERVICES ONLY until further notice.
Our Worship Service Schedule will be regularly updated below.
Most other on-site programs are still on hold or moved to online at this time.
WORSHIP SERVICE SCHEDULE
ONLINE SERVICES ONLY at this time. On-site services to resume soon. Stay posted.
- Sunday, March 7 @ 10:30 AM - Online livestream only
- Sunday, March 14 @ 10:30 AM - Online livestream only
We have put together a weekly devotional for families with young children to prepare and journey towards Easter. As we approach Holy Week, which includes Palm Sunday through to Easter Sunday, the devotional will follow a similar format including a quick video from a familiar face, discussion questions, some hands-on activities and a prayer.
CAN WE PRAY FOR YOU?
Is something weighing on your heart that you would like us to come alongside you in prayer for?
Online prayer requests can be submitted using the link below.
Groups are a great way to spur on spiritual growth and to provide opportunity for connecting with others. Click on the links below for details and check back regularly as new opportunities will be added in the coming weeks.
We’re glad you’ve taken a moment to check us out!
We hope to answer as many of your questions as possible.
When we go to church, whether it’s for the first time in years or the first time ever, we long to find a place we can feel at home…
a place where we feel safe and welcome…
A PLACE TO BELONG
Whether you’re exploring Christianity, struggling with life’s difficulties, or looking for a church home, we’re here to help. Grace Point Church of God is a multi-generational congregation of believers who gather for worship, instruction, prayer, encouragement, mutual accountability, and community with each other. Together, let’s seek to follow Jesus, love God and love people.
CURRENT SERMON SERIES
To thrive: "to progress toward or realize a goal despite or because of circumstances" (Merriam-Webster).
Are you into New Year’s resolutions? A new year, a new opportunity, a new start? Good for you! But as you set your goals and make plans you also know, you have no control over your circumstances. Just think of 2020. Who could have foreseen the impact of COVID 19 on your life? You do, however, have control over your responses to unpredictable circumstances. Your responses can be either reactionary or they can be anchored in a deep trust in God. The apostle Peter addresses first century Christ-followers who experienced constant harassment, slander and abuse from their neighbors and friends. By reminding them of their faith and its implications he encouraged them to thrive despite of their challenges. Let’s listen to Peter’s ancient letter over the next several weeks and discover how we can thrive in 2021.