Groups exist to create places of authentic community where people can be known, cared for, encouraged and challenged to grow spiritually. It is the primary place where people of Grace Point are discipled.

Small Groups are typically 5-12 people who commit to meet regularly with one another to build intentional relationships and biblical community. Our Small Groups meet different nights of the week. Most groups meet in homes, while some meet at the church building. We also have men’s and women’s groups that meet during the day and in the evening.

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Types of Groups

Life Groups - a space for people to intentionally share their lives with others, grow spiritually together, and encourage each other through the highs and lows of life.

Care Groups - members offer and perform specific areas of care, support and encouragement to other church members in need due to illness, divorce, grief and various personal needs.

Bible Studies - devoted to the study of God’s Word through group interaction, where questions can be asked and explored in greater depth, and a place where members can begin the process of application and accountability with one another.

List of All GP Groups

starting point

Are you new to Grace Point? Looking to get connected with others in a group setting who are also new? Then, the Starting Point is just for you!

The goal of the Starting Point is to provide a safe place to experience groups at Grace Point with other folks who are new to Grace Point through a six-week, small group gathering. Each Starting Point group is led by 2-4 leaders who have called Grace Point home for a while. You are in great hands! We promise!

Interested in joining a Starting Point group? Click here!

Support group for special needs families

A group for parents of individuals of any age, with special needs of any type. We will meet the third Tuesdays of each month, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m., at Grace Point. For all who are seeking the love of Christ, the support of an understanding community and growing in their relationship with God through prayer, fellowship and Bible study in a non-judgmental atmosphere. For more information, email Vicki at