city groups

AN ENVIRONMENT OF COMMUNITY & SERVICE

Vision

City Groups are outward living communities that gather for fellowship and outreach in the city and for the city. This is where members of GracePoint find accountability through scripture, encouragement in gathering, and support as they pursue Jesus. City Groups meet at various timesand locations throughout the week. 

city groups:

Twenties and Thirties - Brothers Group 

This twenties and thirties group consecutively meets on three Tuesdays per month at 7:00 PM in Coppell. It primarily consists of young marrieds and singles.

Twenties and Thirties - Meads Group 

This twenties and thirties group consecutively meets on three Tuesdays per month at 7:00 PM in Lewisville. It primarily consists of young marrieds and singles.

Twenties and Thirties - Moreau Group 

This twenties and thirties group meets bi-weekly on Saturdays from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM in Grapevine. This group primarily consists of young families and singles.

All Adults - Wolfe Group

This group meets on Sundays from 4-5:30 PM and consists of adults, single or married. Childcare available.

All Adults - Presley Group

This City Group meets every other Sunday at 6:00 PM. There is no childcare for this group, but there are times where kids are invited to join in the fellowship.

Adults 50+ - Tanner Group  

This group meets every other Sunday evening at 6:00 PM, and includes adults 50+, many of which are empty nesters.

Adults 50+ - Phillips Group  

This group meets on 1st and 3rd Wednesdays. The men and women in the group will meet separately on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. We plan to gather for dinner on the 4th week of each month. Locations will rotate between homes, the church, and restaurants as scheduled.

Adults 60+ - Newman Group 

This group meets at GracePoint on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 PM in the Guest Suite. This City Group is open to adults of all ages (though most in the group are empty nesters).

CITY GROUP FAQS

What is a City Group? 

 The purpose of a City Group is to join together with other believers for fellowship, Bible study, prayer, and service. They aim to unite on scripture and maintain an outward focus to serve the community and invite others to be apart. Groups meet regularly all over the community.

What Can I Expect During a City Group Meeting? 

Each group meeting includes fellowship, Bible study, prayer, and service projects/planning.

Can I Invite People Who Don't Attend GracePoint? 

Absolutely! This is one of the greatest desires of City Groups: That others would be exposed to the truth through biblical community. Invite your friends, neighbors, and family members to your group to introduce them to Christianity and to other members of GracePoint Church.

What About Childcare? 

Each group creates their own childcare plan:

-Parents plan their own childcare needs.
-Some groups hire a sitter to watch all the children from the group.  The cost is usually shared among group members.
-Group members take turns watching the children during the City Group meetings.
-Children participate in City Group meetings.