(GYM) Grace Youth Ministry
The GYM exists to connect with other disciples, worship God, grow in faith and obedience, serve the world, and reach the lost with the good news of Jesus. We accomplish our purposes and values through a variety of meetings and events.
We understand that students are not only the church of the future, they are the church of now. And with that in mind, we look for fun, creative, life-giving ways to speak God's truth into their lives so that they in turn can go and change their world through obedience to Jesus Christ.
Our community is made up of teenagers in public and private schools and homeschool students grades 7–12. It is our desire that each student involved in the GYM would make the decision to follow Jesus with their whole lives, understanding that the Christian faith isn’t just about Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights, but encompasses the whole of who we are.
Students gather for a fun game, worship, food, and a biblical message.
GYM Life groups
All high school students are invited to participants in Life Groups that meet throughout the week led by one of our Youth Leaders. Each group is divided by grade and gender. The next 6-week Life Group session begins week of March 25, 2018. For more information or specific times/meeting, contact Hannah Gentry.
Sundays, 9:45am & 11:45am
Discover is a large group meeting for our junior high students that meets Sunday mornings, 9:45-10:35 am (2nd part of 1st service) and 11:45 am-12:35 pm (2nd part of 2nd service) in the Life Center.
Students gather for a quick snack, fun game, and Bible lesson followed by table discussion divided by grade and gender.
This weekend is designed to honor our graduating class of 2018! Our Graduate Dinner, a special dinner for seniors and their parents, is held on May 5th. Graduate Sunday is May 6th where we honor and pray for our graduating class during both services.
Junior high hello/goodbye party
May 30th 7PM
This special event is open to all current 7th and 8th grade students and their parents. Also, any current 6th grade student and their parents are invited! We will welcome and say "hello" to the incoming 7th grade class and say "goodbye" to the current 8th grade class as the transition to high school.