What Is the Students Ministry?

‘Students’ at Grace Midtown is what you might have grown up calling Youth Group. Students include all middle and high schoolers from grades 6-12 and meet weekly during the second church service at Grace Midtown.

Why Should I Join Students?

Middle and high school can be challenging stages of life to navigate. Grace Midtown’s Students group has a mission of leading students in playing games, deepening friendships, and hearing Bible-based teaching every week.

Who Is Able to Join?

All kids in middle and high school (grades 6-12) are welcome.

Where Do You Meet?

Students meet on Sunday mornings in the “Nook” at the old auditorium.

When Are the Students Gatherings?

Student gatherings are held at 10 am. For those in grades 9-12, High School House Church is a great way to get more connected with the church and spend an evening each week worshiping together in a community. Reach out to to learn more.

How Do I Join Students?

Interested in leading with the Students team? Reach out to to learn more and get plugged in. If you are (or are the parent of) a middle or high school student, come to the church at 11 am and a volunteer will direct you to the Student gathering. Check the Students page for the latest updates on upcoming events for middle and high schoolers.

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