Next Steps


Thank you for taking this opportunity to look closer into who we are as a church. I believe that the deeper you look into Grand Parkway, the more you will find us to be a simple church motivated by consequential truth. The people who make up this church are authentic, Godward and welcoming to everyone, so you can relax and be yourself!

What if I need to talk to someone?

We want to be here for you when life happens. Whether that means walking with you through your struggles or sitting down over a cup of coffee to digest a sermon, we are here. If you need to speak to a pastor, simply contact us by calling 281.277.2200.

We’re glad you’re here, 
Neil McClendon, Lead Pastor


How do I become a member?

Starting Point is a class designed for those who are interested in membership. This class is offered throughout the year; take a look at our website for upcoming dates. If you’d like more information, you are welcome to meet with a Pastor before the next available class. 

Contact Travis Dunham, Connections Pastor


Worship + 2

Our hope is that everyone will learn to know, enjoy and glorify God. This includes corporate worship, as well as being a part of a biblical community, and serving God in an area of ministry that you are passionate about. 

Contact Travis Dunham, Connections Pastor


Find Your People

Grand Parkway offers many environments to foster the deep relationships we were all made for. These opportunities include Bible Studies on Sunday mornings and Community Groups that meet on a variety of days throughout the week.

Find Your Ministry

A great way to make friends and make a difference is to get involved. We believe everyone should serve the Kingdom in some way. Let us connect you with a ministry leader in areas for which you are passionate: Kids, Students, Men’s or Women’s Ministry, Bible Study or Community Group leadership, Care Ministries, Missions, Music & Production, First Impressions, Medical, and Hospitality.

Contact Travis Dunham, Connections Pastor



1. Baptism should only happen after conversion.

2. Baptism symbolizes the death, burial and resurrection of Christ and identifies the person being baptized as having undergone the same process.

3. Baptism is an act of obedience. The Bible talks about this in Matthew 3:13–17; 28:18–20; Acts 2:36–38; 8:26–38.


Jesus never said when and how often believers should observe Communion (the Lord’s Supper). Therefore, we are free to observe this ordinance when it is most appropriate and effective for our church family. At Grand Parkway we observe communion quarterly. The Bible talks about the Lord’s Supper in Mark 14:22–26 and  1 Corinthians 11:23–29.