The student ministry at Grace Community Bible Church is for all current 7-12th-grade students and their families. Click the next tab for more information on our weekly Bible studies and upcoming activities.
The student ministry at Grace exists to help equip students and their families with biblical foundations for life. Through worship, defined as the teaching of the Word, singing songs of praise, acts of service, and fellowship with one another, we desire to see young men and women grow into passionate disciples of Christ who have a solid foundation that is rooted in the Bible, and who live out their faith in the contexts of their homes, schools, and daily lives. We also value the provision of a safe community for students, enabling them to partake in each others’ lives and to make memories together as they study God’s Word, serve together, and participate in activities designed to have fun and build relationships.
Bible Studies And Events
SUNDAY MORNINGS (9:45-10:45 AM)
Sunday mornings are a great chance to connect with one another and dig deeper into the Bible! Grab a doughnut from the coffeehouse, then hang out with friends and study God’s word. Middle school and high school meet separately.
WEDNESDAY NIGHTS (7:00-8:30 PM)
Gather together with friends for pizza and games, followed by worship and Christ-centered, student-oriented preaching from the Bible. Students split into small groups by grade and gender for a time of discussion afterward. It’s a mid-week refocusing on Jesus while having some serious fun!
Friday Night Youth Hangout (8:20-10:00 PM)
During the school year, after AWANA YM, come join us from 8:20pm – 10:00pm for a great time of fun-filled fellowship and community every Friday night! This is a time for students to come out and hang out at the REC Building. Bring a Friend!
- Every year, in February, we come together with other local church bodies for a time of worship, fellowship, and service to the local community at a conference-type event.
- Every month, on the last Wednesday of the month, we have what’s called Small Group Night. This is a time where we break the regular flow of events and have a time that is dedicated to fellowship and growing as a community. From 9-Square-In-The-Air, to Ultimate Frisbee, to just hanging out and playing pool or sitting around the couches and talking, this is a time for students to grow in their relationships with one another while having fun!