Frequently Asked Questions

Question: What do people wear to the Sunday Service?

Answer:   Grace Point Church encourages people to to wear what is comfortable and enables you to glorify God.

Question: What should I expect when I arrive for Sunday Worship?

Answer: Please feel free to park in the Visitor Parking spots near the main entrance. There will be greeters at the door who will be glad to escort you to the appropriate place. They can help you find the nursery or children’s ministry area, should you need childcare during the worship service. We recommend you arrive about 10 minutes before the scheduled service times to allow enough time to check your child in before the service. Your child’s church experience and personal safety are important to us, which is why we have a safe and secure children’s ministry area and a registration and check-in system in place. We also will alert you via text or a number system should your child need you. We sometimes invite everyone to stand and greet one another with handshakes, but you will not be singled out as a visitor.

Question: What version of the Bible is used at Grace Point Church?

Answer: Our Pastors use the English Standard Version (ESV) for preaching and teaching. However, many people who attend our services use other translations such as: New American Standard Bible (NASB), New King James Bible (NKJV), Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB), New International Version (NIV), and King James Version (KJV).

Question: How are decisions made at Grace Point Church?

Answer: Grace Point Church is a congregational church that is elder-led. Our elders shepherd and oversee the ministries of Grace Point Church. The members of Grace Point Church vote on important decisions such as the call or dismissal of pastors/elders; receiving or excluding members; affirming an annual Budget, making amendments to the constitution and by-laws; and the purchase, sale, or expansion of property and buildings.

Question: Is Grace Point Church affiliated with any denomination?

Answer: Grace Point Church is affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention.