Join us for our annual business meeting happening at the Brentwood Library at 6:30PM on Wednesday, March 20th! This is our chance to talk through GracePointe's business: our goals, our needs, and our dreams together–this meeting is about you. All are welcome, and there will be a time for questions. Plus, we'll have some light refreshments to share!
Join us for our Sunday Gathering at 10:30AM with founding Pastor Stan Mitchell and incoming Pastor Josh Scott–we’ll have fresh coffee, warm hearts, and a seat waiting just for you.
Our Books & Brews gathering for the month of March is centered on Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber's brand new book "Shameless", an important dive into purity culture and sexuality, broadening the conversation around sexual ethics. We'll be gathering at Fido at 6:30PM on Tuesday, March 26th! Here's the book's description:
Christians are obsessed with sex. But not in a good way. For nearly two thousand years, this obsession has often turned destructive, inflicting pain, suffering, and guilt on countless people of all persuasions and backgrounds. In Shameless, Bolz-Weber calls for a reformation. To make her case, she offers experiences from her own life and stories from her parishoners alongside biblical theology to explore what the church has taught, and the harm those teachings have caused.
Along the way, she re-examines patriarchy, sex, and power with candour but also with hope, because in her heart she believes the "Gospel is powerful enough, transgressive enough, and beautiful enough to heal not only the ones who have been hurt but also those who have done the hurting."
Fill up your water bottle, dust off your walking shoes, and join GracePointe Youth for a trek around Radnor Lake on March 30th. We’ll meet in the west parking lot visitor center at 9:30AM and begin our hike at 9:45AM.
We're incredibly excited to have Sara Cunningham, founder of Free Mom Hugs and author of How We Sleep at Night, joining us for our gathering on March 31st. Sara is strong ally for the LGBTQ+ community, doing justice work and activism in a beautiful fashion. She's been featured in a variety of news outlets, including the Today Show, People Magazine, and the Washington Post. The rights to her story were recently purchased by Jamie Lee Curtis!
Her work is close to the heart of our community, and we won't be taking this opportunity for granted. Invite your friends! We'll see you on March 31st at GracePointe.
Care Groups are the trellis to GracePointe's vine. They provide opportunities for deeper connections outside of a normal Sunday gathering, facilitating space for conversation and the building of relationships. They provide a safe intimate environment that allows you to settle in.
We meet in homes once each month and share a meal, stories and friendships. There are groups located throughout middle Tennessee and we help you find the right “fit”. Everyone is welcome; it’s where community can become family.
Interested in joining and/or leading a Care Group? Visit the Care Group page!