Coppell Student Media

GracePoint students make connections to Passover in Christian religion

GracePoint students make connections to Passover in Christian religion

April 18, 2014

By Christina Burke Managing Editor In place of its usual Wednesday student service, GracePoint Church in Coppell put on a special event in honor of the oldest holiday in the world - Passover. This unique service took place in The Student Center across from GracePoint Church on Wednesday night. Passover...

GracePoint Church hosting special Easter events

March 26, 2013

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor Easter is one of the most important events of the year for any church, but this year GracePoint Church (formerly First Baptist Church Coppell) is taking extra steps to ensure that they are offering the most exciting and enriching Easter experience possible - for members...

Easter bunny hops in early for EGGstravaganza

April 2, 2012

Corrina Taylor Staff Writer This year's annual EGGstravaganza is planned for Saturday, April 7. The hunt will begin at 11:00 a.m. at Wagon Wheel Park. Be sure to arrive on time because the eggs are sure to go quickly! There will be four different age groups and each will have their own field to hu...

Annual community events for 2011

March 28, 2011

Ashley Attanucci Web Manager Goodbye winter 2010, hello new year's spring! With the ushering in of cheery weather, the City of Coppell has published its dates for yearly family-fun traditions, like the upcoming EGGstravaganza, a free egg hunt at Wagon Wheel Park starting at 11 o' clock on April 23,...

Spring is in the air

February 26, 2010

Frances Ruiz Staff Writer I can almost feel it. Almost. If I try really hard I can remember what it feels like to have a fun day at the park; just being outside in the great weather and enjoying the sun. I know, I know. Those days aren't here yet, but they'll be coming up quicker than you know...

Lent begins again

February 17, 2010

Ellen Cameron Staff Writer After the hoopla of Mardi Gras, which was significantly dampened by the weather, the 40 days of Lent began today, on Ash Wednesday. The effects are obvious in the school, and sometimes tangible. Students with dark (and often smeared) crosses of ash are Catholic and sometimes...