An Overview of Turning Point Community Church’s Groups

A master of arts graduate of Honolulu University, Pastor John Wagner earnedhis major in theology and religion. Committed to helping people engage in a deep relationship with Jesus Christ, Pastor John Wagner currently leads Turning Point Community Church.

For more than five years, Turning Point Community Church has dedicated itself to community outreach, worship, and faith-building in and around Lubbock, Texas. In addition to its two weekly Sunday services, the church provides several small group and fellowship options for its members and visitors.

Students. Options for students in grades 6 through 12 include The Point. There, youth learn ways to engage in their community and study the scripture. Whether students are new or lifelong church members, Turning Point teaches elements of the Christian faith.

Potpourri, led by Ilena Wagner. A place for women to connect with each other and grow in their faith and understanding, Potpourri is inspired by the book of Ruth. With a number of community groups throughout the year, Turning Point ensures there is a good fit for everyone.

Community Groups. Turning Point offers small groups for adults at different year-round sessions, ranging from bible studies and potluck groups to softball games and relationship groups. Always on the lookout for new groups, the church frequently adds to its roster.

Children. Divided into Starting Point, for infants through kindergarteners, and Kids Point, for children in first through fifth grade, the church helps children grow socially and mentally while learning about Christ’s teachings.

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