If you spend any time around our church at all, you'll quickly learn one thing: we love students. They're smart. They're funny. They're bold. And they're bursting with potential. We truly believe that the middle and high school students in our midst are world changers in the making. 

That's why student ministry is such a huge part of what we do at Grace. We want to guide our students in developing a personal faith in Christ as they step into their specific roles in the story He's writing with their lives. We work hard to create environments that engage students in good conversation about God, encouraging them to ask questions, search out answers, and truly learn to listen to His leading in their lives. And maybe even have a little fun while they're at it! After all, if life in Christ is truly the best life we can live, shouldn't we encourage our students to enjoy living it to the fullest?

We know that the middle and high schools years are a time where students are most in need of kindness and community and someone to walk alongside them as they grow. Our student ministry provides just that, connecting students with one another as well as with leaders who want to support them in their journeys. Middle and high school groups meet together every Wednesday, each night focuses on worship, teaching, and small groups to encourage students in their faith.

Alive Student Ministry exists to connect students to Jesus and to each other.

Students in grades 6th-12th meet together on Wednesday nights from 5:30-8:00 PM for Worship, Teaching, Fellowship and FUN! 

For more information contact Youth Pastors, Jeff and Jessica Evans.

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Alive Calendar

Wednesdays, March 20th & 27th

Students will be making cards for hospitalized kids during the youth group meeting.  All materials will be provided. 

Wednesday, April  17th

6:00-8:00 PM



Invite your whole family to join us for a fun night of skating at Skate City (formerly Woodmere Skating Center) 

BRING:   Money for concessions and games. 

If you are bringing younger siblings, they will need to bring 1 dozen candy or prize filled Easter eggs and a basket. 

There will be 2 separate egg hunts:

     -  Ages 1 through 5

     -  Ages 6 through 12