Frequently Asked Questions

What can I expect when I visit?

Services last about one hour and are designed to be a comfortable and safe place for real people with real questions and real issues to take steps in their relationship with God. Parking & guest services volunteers will help you find where you need to go. We typically sing a few songs and then hear a message either from our lead pastor, Justin Grunewald, or via video from Andy Stanley.

 

Do I have to dress up?

Be yourself. Wear what you are comfortable with & expect to see a lot of people in jeans.

Is there a place for my kids?

Yes! We have environments for infants to middle schoolers. Check out our Family section with the different ages at the top main menu of our site.

What denomination is Citrus Point Church?

We are a non-denominational church. Our foremost desire is to be an attractive environment for those who do not regularly attend church. For the most part, our feeling is that denominational titles mean more to churched people than those new to church. In fact, we believe there are more disadvantages to a denominational title than there are advantages. We try to clearly state what we believe on the “Our Story” page of our website.

What does it mean that we are a “Strategic Partner” of North Point Ministries?

North Point Ministries is the parent organization of which North Point Community Church, Buckhead Church, Browns Bridge Church, Gwinnett Church, and Watermarke Church are a part in Atlanta, Georgia. Citrus Point Church is a strategic partner of North Point Ministries. That means that we have the same mission, strategy, values and beliefs as North Point Ministries, but are a separate entity.