Our mission is to help people live Jesus-centered lives.

The Chapel

At Grace, we exist to help people meet, follow, and share Jesus. We currently carry out this mission with inviting, engaging, and active services at our three campuses in Pickerington, Licking Heights, and Upper Arlington. Seeing a need in the landscape of people searching for God, we want to forward Grace’s mission in a new and unique way, continuing our model to meet people where they are.

The Chapel is a key part of this mission. In fact, the very purpose of The Chapel is mission. There are many people in our local community who long for a transcendent church experience to inspire rest and reverence as they worship God. The Chapel is committed to reaching lost people with a church experience that connects the transcendence of God to His people.

The Chapel services are reflective, slow-paced, and contemplative, with Biblical teaching delivered by one of Grace's teaching pastors via our video technology. The style of service is a purpose-filled liturgy that seeks to encourage rest from the chaotic suburban lifestyle most of us live. Worship is reverent, but vibrant, in an intimate setting for all of those who are seeking God.

As with all of our campuses, Grace offers age-appropriate weekend opportunities for children and students ages six weeks through twelfth grade. Find out more about our Family Ministries!



Campus Pastor

Pastor Dan Case is the Chapel's campus pastor. Dan came to know Jesus as his savior when he was in High School. He felt the call to go into ministry and attended Cincinnati Christian University where he graduated in 2001. Dan has many years of ministry experience where he has worked with youth & worship ministry. Dan and his wife Keela have led the Chapel for two years. Dan can be reached here.








MIX is an event that understands middle school students need their own experience.

Why Mix?

MIX is a five-day summer event specifically designed for students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grades. It is intentionally crafted in ways that will engage middle school students through tactile, interactive and fun activities coupled with Bible-based teaching and small group interaction.

MIX is an event that understands middle school students need their own experience. This age group is at a unique time in their lives – they’re growing and learning different than any other age group. They’re still young enough to need to play, but old enough to start understanding some core ideals that will stay with them the rest of their lives. For this reason, MIX isn’t designed for high school students, or for preteens. It’s specifically designed for sixth, seventh and eighth grade students – it’s their chance to be exactly who they are: to play, listen and learn as themselves.

It’s also created for adult leaders to build relationships with students that will last long after the MIX experience. At MIX, your students will come to understand their identity in God’s Kingdom, and be challenged to embrace the Kingdom work He has prepared for them.

When & where

DEPARTURE - Monday, June 22 (additional information TBD)

RETURN - Friday, June 26 (additional informaiton TBD)

What we do

MIX is planned, organized, and executed by middle school experts. Counselors, teachers, social workers, mental health professionals, pastors, and parents work together to guarantee that MIX is perfect for 6-8th grade students. We will have dynamic worship services, engaging main sessions, impactful small group times, and crazy fun games! 


In an effort to partner with you, we have broken down the camp payments into more manageable chunks. When registering your student(s), you can either pay in full or pay the deposit, which is $100. If you pay in full, no further payments are necessary.

If you choose to pay the deposit, the following payment schedule will be used:
    •    A $100 payment towards your balance will be due on March 15.
    •    A $100 payment towards your balance will be due on April 15.
    •    A final payment of $80 will be due on May 15.

For questions surrounding payments and MIX camp, contact Rothen.Bedford@gracefellowship.cc

What to bring/packing list

  • Twin bedding (a pillow and sheets/sleeping bag)
  • Clothes for 5 days (specifically clothes that can get wet and/or dirty) 
  • Toiletries
  • Towel
  • Bible
  • Notebook
  • Pen

**Students should not bring anything of great value. Students can bring cell phones, but phone use will be limited and left to the discretion of the student's leader.

***Students can bring spending money to buy things from the camp store or vending machines, but they will never need any money to participate in camp activities.