All three of our services will be on campus and online: Saturday at 5PM and Sunday at 9AM and 10:45AM. We will continue to have both cleaning and safety precautions. You do not need to reserve a spot ahead of time, just come!

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Weekend Experience

As the church, we view our role as a partnership with families to intentionally develop and grow a teenager’s relationship with Jesus. Grace Students is our ministry environments for students 6th through 12th Grade. Our weekend environments are designed to be a fun safe place where each student will experience large group teaching and small group discussion with a consistent leader.

Middle School (6th-8th Grade) meets during the 10:45 service each Sunday.

High School (9th-12th Grade) meets Sunday evenings 6:30-8PM.

 

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Grace Students Events

Camp

Camp is an opportunity for students to get away from their usual routine and distractions for a fun week focused on faith and friendships. It is a unique opportunity that is often a milestone in the faith journey of young believers and the highlight of their summer!

 

Middle School Day Camp

(Middle School Camp is for students entering 6th grade, through 8th graders in the 2021/2022 school year)

Middle School Day Camp is July 20-22, 2021 at Black Diamond Camp. This is a day campfrom 8:30AM to 5PM each day with drop off and pick up at the camp.
The cost is $169 per student or $159 if registered by June 20 (some partial scholarshipsare available).

Click HERE to sign up! Space is limited so sign up today!

 

High School Camp

(High School Camp is for students entering 9th grade, through 12th graders in the 2021/2022 school year)

High School camp is July 25-30, 2021 at Black Lake Bible Camp.
The cost is $375 per student or $350 if registered by June 13 (some partial scholarships are available).

Click HERE to sign up! Space is limited so sign up today!

 

If you would like to sponsor a high school student so they are able to go to camp, you can give HERE and click "Student Scholarships".