Grace Point Church of Northwest Arkansas

As you arrive for a worship gathering, there will be lots of help! Greeters will help you find the way into our building, then direct you to CHILDREN and PRESCHOOL CHECK IN if you have little ones (see information below in Frequently Asked Questions). 

You might want to grab some coffee (it’s free!) and a snack in our Beyond Borders Cafe before worship.

The quickest and most effective way to get involved in Grace Point is through our Communitas small groups. Explore the options and get more information HERE.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is worship like at Grace Point?

Our worship is an inviting celebration that we hope will inspire and encourage everyone’s participation. We try to develop a creative worship atmosphere into which any person can enter and hear a clear Gospel message, and grow in their faith. We believe worship is not something you watch, it is something you live. Bring your worship and join us.

What do you believe?

Great question! It’s one of the first things most people want to know, and we certainly want you to be well informed about who we are, what we believe, and how our church is structured. The best way to get to know us is to attend our NORTH POINT New Members’ Class, offered about three times a year. CLICK HERE for information on our next class.

In the meantime, here’s some information on our beliefs that may help you understand Grace Point’s “DNA:” CLICK to read about GPC’s beliefs.

What activities do you offer for my younger children?

During our worship gatherings, we provide excellent, loving, secure care for children through Grade 5. Preschoolers go to Wee World for age-appropriate care and training. Grades K-5 go to KidNation, in the Student Building, for a high-energy large group gathering in which they worship and study in a kid-friendly environment. They then go to small groups where they build community with each other and with their small group leaders.

What do you offer for Junior High and High School Students?

Junior High and High School students worship in the main gatherings on Sunday. On Wednesday evenings, grades 6-12 have a Large Group gathering. These are energetic student-themed times of worship, study, and fellowship. Student Small Groups meet on Sunday evenings. Students are offered seasonal camps, ministry and mission opportunities, and a variety of fellowship activities throughout the year. Many of our students serve in various ministries on an ongoing basis, and are an active part of our church’s mission efforts, both at home and abroad.

Do you have Bible Study Classes for adults?

Our  Communitas Groups meet on various evenings in members’ homes or at the church campus; some meet weekly, others bi-monthly. These groups provide a time of Bible study (usually centered around the pastor’s message from the previous week) lively fellowship, and a caring group of fellow believers who support, encourage, and pray for each other. Some groups provide child care as needed. See our Communitas Groups page for more information.

How do I become a member of Grace Point?

Please see our HOW TO JOIN page. You can read more about our beliefs at GPC HERE.


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