At Grace, our goal is to help people live Jesus-centered lives, and that goal extends into both our children's and student ministry areas. The Family Ministry at Grace Fellowship exists to help families become more connected to our church so that they can become more intentional at home. We offer age-appropriate opportunities for children and students from six weeks old through graduating high school seniors in our weekend services, small groups, events, camps, resources, relationships, and more.
For children from birth to 5th grade
We love to welcome families – both new and familiar – to Grace Fellowship, and we can’t wait to see you and your little ones at NEXT, our children’s ministry program. NEXT offers unique, age-appropriate environments for children between six weeks old and fifth grade. When you arrive to your campus, simply come to the NEXT area and check your child in using our computer-based system before heading into the service.
We want you to be able to participate in the service and focus your attention on worship, the message and especially on God. While you do that, we also want to see your child develop a solid faith foundation and get to know Jesus alongside other children their age in an environment that has been created just for them. Through storytelling, upbeat music, exciting videos, interactive games and partnership with you and other parents, we build relationships that will point them to Jesus.
For students in grades 6-8
678 is a ministry specifically designed for 6-8th grade students! We provide a safe place for students to connect with each other and safe adult leaders through our weekend services and Sunday evening small groups. During the most inconsistent phase of life, 678 exists to provide consistent love and affirmation as students figure out their personal faith journey!
For students in grades 9-12
High School Ministry at Grace is committed to making sure every high schooler feels cared for and known for through Sunday night student groups and monthly Gatherings. In these settings, students can grow in faith, share their stories with one another and begin living a Jesus-centered life.