Connection Card

The Connection Card is your first step in getting connected at Grace. This is a way for us to get to know you a little better, so we can let you know Grace a little better. All your information is kept confidential, and we will never share it without your permission.


You can fill out a paper Connection Card during worship. Or you can fill one out now by clicking the icon on the right. If you would like to fill out a Connection Card at another time, you can find it online at www.gcsa.me/connectcard

Connection Lunch

5th Sunday of the Month

12:00-1:30 pm

@ Grace Youth Building (20303 W Tejas Trail)

hosted by our Connection Minister, Aubrey Tolentino


GOAL - Discover your mission, join a Story Group, meet other Gracers.

We're not talkin' anything fancy. Just some simple, yummy food and a chance to hang out, listen to music, maybe throw some washers. Everyone is welcome, but newcomers are the guests of honor.


NEXT STEP - Click the icon to RSVP!


UPCOMING CONNECTION LUNCH - SEPT. 29

Next Steps

So you've come to worship a few times, and you love it. What do you do next?

Get connected!

Click on the pics below to find out how you can get involved in the life of Grace.

  • Story Groups

    Story Groups are the Grace Church version of small groups. We have different groups which meet on different days, at different times, in different locations. We have groups geared for different demographics. Our goal is to have a Story Group for everyone who wants one. The purpose of Story Groups are to hear God's story and to share your own.

  • Fellowship Events

    We are a laid back, shorts and flip flops, grillin' in the backyard kind of people. We're not real fancy, but we are real fun. We enjoy hanging out together and we hope you will join us. We try to have some kind of fellowship every month or so. Click the pic to find out more.


  • sunday teams

    Sunday Teams are the simplest way to serve and one of the best ways to get to know other people. We have a variety of teams to meet a variety of needs. There is a team for any kind of personality type. Check out the different options and find the Sunday Team that is right for you.

  • Service Events

    Service is part of who we are at Grace. But you don't have to be a Gracer, or even a Christian, in order to serve with us. Everyone is invited to serve others. Our goal is to have at least one service opportunity each month. We serve through partnerships we have developed with other non-profits or ministries.

Partners in the Gospel

I thank my God in all my remembrance of you, always in every prayer of mine for you all making my prayer with joy, 

because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now.

- Phil 1:3-5


Grace Church doesn't have members. Clubs have members. Grace isn't a club. 

Grace is the Church, the living, active Body of Christ.

Grace Church has partners -- partners in the gospel.

A partner in the gospel is one who actively engages the mission and lives out the values of Grace Church.


One piece, not the only piece but an important piece, of living as a partner in the gospel

is sacramentally professing your faith during worship.

  • baptism

    Baptism is one of the two sacraments of the Church. Baptism with water in the name of the Trinity is the initiation rite into the family of Christ. Anyone who professes faith in Christ and accepts him as Savior is welcome to be baptized.

    We love baptizing people at Grace! We can arrange a baptism on any Sunday except during Advent & Lent. Click the pic to fill out the form.

  • confirmation

    Confirmation is one of the five sacramental rites of the Church. A duly consecrated Bishop lays hands upon the confirmand, invites a public proclamation of faith, and prays over him or her. Anyone baptized with water in the name of the Trinity is eligible for confirmation. We hold confirmation when the bishop visits in December.

  • reception

    Reception is the language we use to receive a confirmed member of another denomination into the Episcopal Church. It is a sign that our denomination recognizes the confirmation of another denomination as valid. If you have been baptized AND confirmed in the ELCA, UMC, or Roman Catholic Church then you can be received when the Bishop visits in December.

  • reaffirmation

    If you have been baptized AND confirmed in the Episcopal Church, yet you wish to make a renewed public affirmation of your faith, then reaffirmation is the step for you. You can reaffirm your faith any time we have a baptism at Grace, or when the Bishop visits in December. 

  • transfer

    If you are an Episcopalian whose letter of membership currently resides at another Episcopal Church, this is the form you use to request they transfer your membership to Grace Church.

  • Family form

    The Family Info Form is how we gather information for our database. We hold this information in confidence, and never share it without your permission. Even if you have filled out a Connection Card (and we hope you have!), please assist us by filling out this form. Help us help you.

  • photo consent

    We hope you have noticed all the wonderful photos on our website. Every photo we use is one of our own. But we need your permission to post or print a picture of you. So we respectfully beg and plead every adult to fill out a Photo Consent Form. It's super short. And parents, we need your permission to post pics of your kids.

Connection Ministry

Connection Ministry is the art of helping people move from outside to inside. It includes hospitality, welcoming, follow up and relationships.


Aubrey Tolentino is our Connection Minister. You can find her most Sundays at the Got Grace? table in the back of the chapel after worship. She can help you get connected in the life of Grace.


And if you fill out a Connection Card and give it to her, she will give you a free gift. Seriously.