Youth Ministries at Grace Church

A safe place for youth to belong and have fun

We truly believe our children’s ministries will change the lives of your kids by bringing them a greater sense of hope and joy, and by being a part of a community of friends and adults that strive to be more like Jesus together. Jesus said that all must enter the Kingdom of Heaven with hearts like that of children. In their innocence and excitement for life, we pray that your children would discover at Grace Church how much Jesus loves them and that He has a beautiful plan for their lives, even through the hardships.
All programs take place in our Education Wing and Fellowship Hall. Our staff volunteers are qualified, background-checked individuals, many current or retired school teachers!  Click on a program below to learn more or to register your child! 


Sunday School

Located on the north side of the building, in the hallway of the Main Office, our nursery is located near the sanctuary entrance so that you can leave worship and tend to the needs of your child at any time. Our nursery is staffed by a trained and background-checked, trusted adult, so that you can be in worship even though you have a young one to care for.

Journey On Summer Camp

TBA Summer 2020
@ 5:30 – 8 pm
AGES 3 to 13
Journey On is a one-week, evening program that is sure to be the highlight of your summer! In addition to daily Bible lessons, free dinner, and a special X-Factor challenge each night, youth get to choose a track that they will participate in for the whole week: volleyball, soccer, basketball, art, or board games! Our program is tailored to youth ages 3-13 and our amazing teachers make this week interactive, engaging, and memorable!


@ 5:30 – 8 pm
AGES 3 to 18
Geronimo! is an after-school program for students that helps youth achieve their full potential and prepares them for a successful future. Geronimo! students engage in fun, hands-on, interactive sessions of creative arts, teambuilding, Bible study, and academic tutoring in a small group of peers and supportive adult mentors. All students eat dinner together as a family each night of the program and start the evening with math and literacy games or academic tutoring for students who need help with homework. The program is supported by the community and free to all students. More information.