What to Expect at LifePoint Church
At LifePoint Church, you'll be welcomed into a friendly, casual environment by people who are excited to see you. We want you to have an idea of what to expect when you arrive at a LifePoint. All you have to do from here is come as you are and find out more for yourself!
At a weekend service, here is what you can expect:
Find your Opportunity:
Everyone wants to find a place where they belong. Whether you’re new to church, new to LifePoint, or have been attending LifePoint for a while, we want you to find your place – a place where you can feel supported, encouraged, and loved. Class 101 is designed to help you understand the foundation of LifePoint Church and to help you get connected to our church family. Click here for more information and to register.
We have a special experience just for preschool or elementary students! You can visit LifePoint.online/kids to find out more and resources just for them!
United Student Ministries is here to help students in Middle School or High School grow in their faith, their relationships, and their character. We are a family that invites you to belong and become the person God has created you to be. Stay up to date and help them stay connected @ lifepoint.online/usm/
Did you know that you’re designed to live in community? You can face life with the kind of love and support God has in mind for you. God has designed us for relationships, and LifeGroups are important to grow in our friendships and in our faith. Life is better together! Click here to find out more.
Meet the Pastor
God brought Pastor Kevin and Mary Whitacre to LifePoint in 2003 in order to bring vision and direction to a church that is now thriving and growing under their leadership. As a courageous leader and a dynamic speaker, Pastor Kevin has a heart for the Pioneer Valley, and to invest in and build up other leaders. Mary oversees the LifePoint women’s ministry and is an influential voice for women throughout New England. Their family lives in Granby and they enjoy traveling, the outdoors, and being with their kids.