About Grace Point Fellowship
Grace Point Fellowship exists to glorify God through transformed lives.
How do we do it?
Love God. Love Others. Live The Gospel.
You can click on the links above to hear more about what we believe these actions to mean.
At Grace Point you will find people from every background and in many different stages of life. The one thing that unites us is our relationship with Christ and our love for one another. We know we have a long way to go, but we are committed to the journey and welcome anyone to join us.
History of Grace Point Fellowship
In November of 2014, Grace Point Fellowship (GPF) began because we wanted to form a fellowship that could and would reach those who were unchurched and the “de-churched” (and people who are just churched out). We wanted to offer real relationships, meet real needs, and help heal real hurts.
Our fellowship began three years ago when a few families, their friends and neighbors would meet in each other’s homes to pray for one another and our community and to study the bible together to discover our purpose and God’s plan for us in our homes, community, and the world.
The reason was simple: Love.
Our purpose statement reads; “Our purpose is to connect people to God through a relationship with Christ so that they can connect with others like Christ.”
Grace Point’s objective is to create community that leads to communion in uncommon ways.
Coffee Shops and Conference Calls.
Rented Conference rooms and Buffet restaurants.
Parks and Parking lots.
So, Grace Point has never been about a building or one location.
Anywhere and in anyway two or more can gather in the name of Jesus we want to create community.
Today, using technology Grace Point has fellowships in Virginia, Chicago, New York, and Mississippi
The point of Grace Point is connection and relationships.
To provide a place where the depressed, the hurting, and hopeless can come and find help.
To be a place of family, community, and hope.
At Grace Point we don’t want to only tell people about God’s love we want them to feel it as we put feet to our faith in service to the community.