We work hard to create environments that are genuine and relational. Our weekly programs and events target teenagers from seventh to twelfth grades.
We want to help students connect to other students who love Jesus, deepen their personal relationship with God, and give them tools to share the Gospel in their school and community. Regardless of where you may be in your faith, we invite you to come and experience Jesus on a personal level and see the difference He will make in your life!
Date: March 27-29
Don’t miss this opportunity for your student (7th-12th Grade) to be a part of this amazing weekend! This is a weekend designed to draw students closer into a loving and personal relationship with God and we are sure to have a ton of fun while doing it! I guarantee your student will love it and don’t be shy! Bring other people along too! We desire for these students to walk as disciples of Jesus who make disciples and we are excited for the steps that will be towards that this weekend and the relationships they will form with leaders and with each other! See you there!
Price: $40 (includes t-shirt)
Discounted price at the Sign-up Rally (March 4): $30
Make all checks payable to Grace Baptist Church
Sunday Mornings @ 11:15am
Our student community groups are divided by grades and led by an adult shepherd. Our class begins with a large group activity followed by teaching and ends with discussion in their community group.
Wednesday Nights @ 6:30pm
The Student Ministry meets as a large group on Wednesday nights for a time of worship and teaching.
WHO (Wednesday Hang-Out)
Once a month we meet at a local restaurant to have dinner together and live in community.
One week out of the summer we take students to camp. The purpose of camp is for students to have an encounter with Jesus Christ. The Bible tells us when we encounter Christ, we can’t help but leave changed.
DNOW (Disciple Now Weekend)
DNOW weekend exists to point students to a lifelong walk with Jesus. This is done with large group worship times, home mission projects, and small groups that meet in host homes. By the end of the weekend the goal is to have refreshed students going out living in community with each other and sharing the Gospel with those around them.
At Grace, we want every family to feel welcomed here. Our student minister will speak with you about how best to insure your child's safety and care while engaging in all we have to offer.
Safety is important to us in the Student Ministry. All adult volunteers and leaders in our ministry must complete a background check and are trained before working with our students.