WHAT TO EXPECT AT
JOIN US SUNDAYS 10:15 AM & 11:15 AM | 2203 15A ST SE, CALGARY, AB
At this time, we are offering two service times to accommodate limited numbers due to COVID-19 regulations. Please register to attend here.
BEFORE & AFTER THE SERMON
Our church service starts at 10:00 AM and goes until approximately 11:30, but feel free to stay even longer! We're big on community here at Gracepoint... so when you arrive, you can expect to find people standing around chatting, grabbing coffee or tea and finding their seats. Feel free to sit wherever you like.
We have parking available beside our church building, on the street, and additional parking
available at the YW Sheriff King's Home next door.
Non existent. We don't care how you show up, just that you do!
FOOD & DRINK
Coffee and tea is on us. We often serve timbits or sweet treats - enjoy, sit wherever you like, and make yourself at home! We also have UDON Sunday’s (lunch after the services) at least once a month (free for visitors). We love to eat together!
We strive to provide a safe environment for kids and families. We offer Children's Church downstairs for preschool through grade five. If you bring your kids, you’ll check them in and out each Sunday through our volunteer managed sign-in sheet. Volunteers will monitor the hall during the service to ensure your child is safe at all times. All of our kids ministry volunteers must pass background checks.
Our teaching is centered on the person of Jesus, the message of God’s grace, and inspired from the Bible. We believe in teaching practically out of the Bible and allowing the Holy Spirit to speak through our pastoral team. We don’t just want to just give you information, but teach for transformation that will equip you to live a life empowered for Jesus!
Worship is a vital part of our service and relationship with God. In our community, we enjoy quality live music and singing as part of our worship to God. Our church services are vibrant and modern, with thoughtful, inspirational lyrics, as well as times of prayer and scripture. Don’t be surprised when some people raise their hands or clap as a sign of praise while singing, and don’t feel obligated to do so yourself.
If you have any specific questions, please email Brian Lavender at email@example.com.