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Listen to sermons from GracePointe's pastors and guests. GracePointe exists to reflect God’s glory, point our community to His grace, and make disciples of Jesus. We'd love to have you join us in person! We meet every Sunday at 10am inside Greenwood Christian Academy, 5251 John Tyler Highway, Suite 37 Williamsburg, VA 23185. For more information visit us online: gracepointeva.com
 
Catch up on the most recent talks from GracePoint Sydney. Or listen again to them if you've missed something important. This web page is updated soon after each church service with the latest talk every Sunday. We also occasionally post some talks from special events such as seminars and retreats. Subscribe using your favourite podcast app so you don't miss a talk.
 
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We’re excited to be diving back into Bible Stories for Grownups, this time focusing on the Synoptic Gospels! For week 1 of this series, we’re studying Jesus and the Canaanite Woman—what did this story mean in its time, and what does it mean for us today?To promote the safety of our community and neighbors, GracePointe is gathering online at gracepo…
 
In the wake of the empty tomb, the earliest followers of Jesus were reckoning with a new reality. Who is Jesus? What does this resurrection mean? Where do we go from here? Join us Sunday as we gather virtually for Easter together and ask those same questions, nearly 2,000 years later. What does the resurrection of Christ, the Divine incarnate, mean…
 
We are going to tell the good part before we go into the details of Jesus’ last hours on earth, focusing on the resurrection passage of John Mark will help us see the climax of his message, that HE IS RISEN; and thus is declared to be the one who brings rebirth to the whole world!Von Jonathan Woodall
 
The cross was central to the faith and experience of early Christians. Paul even distilled his message into 2 words: Christ crucified. Many of us have understood the cross one way for much of our lives, seeing Jesus’ violent death as atoning for our sin, absorbing God’s punishment on our behalf. How do we look to the cross as Progressive Christians…
 
From the anointing of Jesus to the denial of Peter, Jesus is preparing to die. But Jesus will die alone because it is our tendency to abandon situations that are rough and chaotic, but also Jesus had to do this alone because it was his mission to accomplish so that those who had abandoned God throughout the ages might be reborn in Jesus.…
 
We’re delighted to have Rev. Tonetta Landis-Aina, pastor of Resurrection City Church in Washington, D.C., joining us as a guest speaker in our gathering!To promote the safety of our community and neighbors, GracePointe is gathering online at gracepointe.net. Follow @gracepointetn on every social media platform for regular updates and Progressive Ch…
 
There is a real difference between being a world power and being God’s Kingdom. At the time of Christ there were several leaders who trusted in the Temple and the Jerusalem walls. This was where God was, and Jesus warns us against this type of faith. Jesus tells his disciples that the Temple would be destroyed and the life that the leaders thought …
 
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