GracePointe Baptist Church

Who We Are

Pointing seekers to the encounter, experience and expression of God's Grace

We're a relational group of believers that are committed to loving God and each other, and reaching out to our communities with the person of Jesus Christ.



English, Spanish


Our Services

Service Times

  • 10:00am - BUILD – Biblical Understanding, Inspiration, and Life Development
  • 11:00am - Worship
  • 07:00pm - REFILL – Prayer and Bible Study
  • 07:00pm - Men's Group (twice a month)

What to Expect

What are services like?
As a smaller church, we're very relational and love to make everyone feel welcome, without invading their personal space. We understand that people attending for the first time don't want a lot of attention drawn to themselves, but at the same time want a warm and genuine welcome from someone. Our services consist of 4-5 songs at the beginning, followed by the message, and ending with one more song before dismissal.

What is the community like?
As a multigenerational church, we understand the importance of having all age ranges represented. Much like a biological family, churches need the wisdom, stability, and perspective of the older generations coupled with the energy, passion, and vitality of the younger generations.

What if I'm not a Christian?
No matter where you are in your spiritual journey, you'll feel welcome here.


Russell Woolbright

As a preacher's kid (pk), I was raised in church ever since I can remember. I came to personal faith in Christ as a teen, entered ministry as a missionary, spent 15 wonderful years in Brazil, 4 years in the Boston, Massachusetts area, and then returned to my roots here in Texas. We started GracePointe with the goal of reaching those who might not respond to a typical, traditional church ministry. We also have more of a missionary mindset—we'll to do what it takes to get the job done for the Lord. Our invitation is simply this—Come and See.

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