I'm New Here
"Dear friends, let us love one another, because love is from God." 1 John 4:7a
Welcome to Grace Point! We’re glad you’re interested in finding out more information about our church family. We are a church plant that will be launching in the Lake Norman area in 2020! This web app will answer a lot of your questions.
Plan Your Visit
We want to make sure your visit to Grace Point is easy, enjoyable, and meaningful. Click the "Plan Your Visit" button for helpful information in planning your first visit to Grace Point.
What are the core beliefs of Grace Point?
We are evangelical Christians who place high value on making the name of Jesus known. Click the "Grace Point Overview" button for helpful information about our beliefs, mission, values, and vision.
When are the service times?
Sundays at 10:00am at the AmStar Theater in Mooresville.
We have three more preview worship services before launching weekly services on Easter Sunday, April 12th.
Our weekly worship services will LAUNCH on Easter Sunday, April 12, 2020 at 10:00am at Lowe's YMCA (170 Joe Knox Avenue).
What's the music like?
Modern Contemporary. Worship services are vibrant, Spirit-filled, and engaging.
What's the preaching like?
How should I dress?
Comfortable. Most people dress casually, but wear whatever makes you feel more comfortable. Dress up or dress down. We're just glad you're here!
Where do I go when I arrive?
Stop by the New Here Tent. Our team would love to help guide you to the right place.
How long is the worship service?
Our Sunday morning worship services last about 80 minutes. During that time, you will experience engaging worship music coupled with biblical teaching designed to move you toward a lifelong walk of application and response.
How do I get connected and build relationships?
Can I attend Grace Point if I'm ____________?
Yes! No matter what your "blank" may be (divorced, single parent, recovering addict, LGBTQ+, atheist, skeptic, etc.), you are welcome at Grace Point. We want to provide everyone with an opportunity to hear and understand the Gospel message.