• GracePointe Baptist Church
  • GracePointe Baptist Church
  • GracePointe Baptist Church
  • GracePointe Baptist Church
  • GracePointe Baptist Church
  • GracePointe Baptist Church

Who We Are

Pointing People to God's Grace Because God's Grace Is the Point

Authentic, warm, and relevant; Christ-centered, Bible-preaching; Casual dress and comfortable atmosphere. Children's, you, and adult ministries. Theologically conservative, but progressive and creative in apporach.

Our Services

Service Times

  • 09:45am - Sunday School
  • 10:45am - Worship
  • 07:00pm - Youth Group and Adult Bible Study

What to Expect

What are services like?
Our services are structured, but not strictly so. Whether you grew up in church or are visiting a church for the first time, you will feel comfortable. Our music usually includes guitars, drums, and singers, but also sing a traditional hymn by organ most Sundays. The preaching is Biblical, practical, and immediately applicaple. People tend to dress casually, though you can be comfortable dressing how you like (except immodestly). You will always have an opportunity to find out more about what you learned or what you need.

What is the community like?
We are located in a suburb of Lynchburg (Madison Heights), and are situated in a residential community of mostly middle-class working people.

What if I'm not a Christian?
If you are not a Christian, you will be welcome, and will be treated with warmth. However, our goal is to bring you to Christ in a personal relationship with Him. Regardless, you are always welcome to worship and interact with us.


Greg Tyree

Greg Tyree

Pastor Greg Tyree is a native of Amherst County and founded GracePointe in 2005. He has pastored in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, as well. As a bi-vocational pastor, Pastor Greg also serves the community as Family Services manager at habitat for Humanity. He is married to Lois. They have two grown children, Lauren and Stephen.


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